Bozeman is always changing, and it can be tricky keeping up with all the new businesses opening their doors! Here is a list of 10 new businesses in Bozeman.
Cat Show Cat CafeThis one wins for the most unique new business in Bozeman! The cat cafe…
Bozeman is the perfect place to be a kid in the winter because there is a lot to do and it lasts so long! Here is a useful list of ten winter activities for kids (of all ages) in Bozeman.
SkiingIt’s hard to grow up in Bozeman and not get into…
This article was written by Angie Jamison at Bozeman Real Estate Group. To read the original article click here https://bozemanrealestate.group/blog/10-things-you-should-know-before-moving-to-bozeman-montana.
Bozeman is a special place. Those who…
Sadly, so many of our favorite fall activities have been canceled in Bozeman this year. The long-standing hay bale maze is canceled, and our beloved Bobcat football games will not be happening. We’ve updated this list with all the fall…
Western CafeThis one is getting a fresh burst of popularity thanks to the younger generations having found out about it. It’s also where everyone wants to bring visitors to give them the “Montana” experience. What we…
Angie Jamison, photos by Lindsey Hove
This article was written by Angie Jamison at Bozeman Real Estate Group. To read the original article click here https://bozemanrealestate.group/blog/bozemans-best-places-with-patios.
In the past few years, we’ve seen a surge in outdoor seating…
WATCHING THE SUNSET FROM THE M
The College M trail is one of the most popular trails in Bozeman. Just a 10-minute drive from downtown, the M hike has two routes, both climbing 850 feet to the base of the M. The easy route wraps its way up the west…
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Spring hiking in Bozeman can be a bit tricky. Many forest service roads are closed this time of year which makes accessing some of Bozeman’s most popular hikes a bit more difficult. So, when it comes to spring hiking in Bozeman…
Tourism Took OffIf you’ve been in Bozeman long enough, you’ll remember the days when Bozeman became a ghost town in the summer. Once the MSU students cleared out, you could practically hear crickets on Main Street. But now all that has…