Bozeman MT Vacation Guide

Visit Bozeman Montana on your next trip to the west. Summer or winter, no matter the season this destination has a wide variety of activities and attractions to explore and enjoy. Take in the magnificence and beauty of Montana from the deck of any of our well-equipped Bozeman vacation rentals, the view will be sure to whisk you away! If you're in search of rest and relaxation our mountain rentals will provide just that and so much more.

Plan Your Bozeman Vacation

Interested in visiting the Bozeman area of Montana? We have all you need in one place to start planning the ultimate vacation. Browse our resources to get started! If you need additional assistance please contact Stay Montana, we are happy to assist you.

 

Things to Do in Bozeman

Bozeman is a premier travel destination for any season. In the warmer, summer months get out on the trails for a day hike or backpacking trip in the Gallatin or Bridger mountains, enjoy some of the West's best fly-fishing on the Madison River, or raft the Gallatin River. In the snowy months, hit the slopes at Bridger Bowl to ski the cold smoke, or take the short drive to Big Sky. There are so many things to do, see and explore in and around Bozeman!
 

Visit Downtown Bozeman

Any time of year, relax in historic downtown Bozeman, taking in the local culture: grab dinner at Open Range, coffee at Wild Joe’s, or simply walk Main Street, wandering the local bookstores and shops. For a good burger and great, local beer, stop in Bacchus Pub beneath the historic Hotel Baxter. For a night out, the Ellen Theatre in downtown Bozeman is the perfect spot to catch the latest independent film or documentary.
 

When to Visit Bozeman

Bozeman is hoppin' in the summer! With numerous events and festivals taking place like the Sweet Pea Festival and MSU Graduation, unless you are attending one of these events there are other less busy times of year to visit like fall. Fall is an ideal time to visit the Bozeman as area temperatures are milder than summer and the crowds have died down.

Come wintertime, be ready for snow! The area can experience early snow and it can get deep fast which is great news for skiers, boarders and winter sports enthusiasts!

Traveling to Bozeman

There are many options when traveling to Bozeman. From regional airports to ground transportation, you'll get exactly where you need to go. If you need assistance arranging transportation be sure to contact our office for guidance.

There are over 15 direct flights to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. Carriers include Delta, American Airlines, Alaska, United/United Express, Frontier Airlines and Allegiant Airlines. 
If you are considering driving be sure you have your vacation rentals exact address, contact us for more information. Or come visit us at the office, we can't wait to meet you!
Airport Shuttle, Uber, and rental car options are available from Bozeman Airport. Rental cars are recommended. Or check out our local shuttle service, Streamline Bus.

Bozeman Weather

Bozeman is at the confluence of many geographical features. The Bridger Mountains, Tobacco Root Mountains, Big Belt Mountain, Horseshoe Hills and much more all surround this beautiful area. With warm summers and typically cold, snowy winters Bozeman gives way to lush vegetation. Day to night temperature changes can be significant.

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Average High 35 38 47 56 65 73 83 82 72 58 43 33
Average Low 14 17 24 30 38 44 50 48 40 32 21 12

Frequently Asked Questions

Below find our most frequently asked questions about Bozeman. Find more information on the surrounding areas here.
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