BIG SKY COMMUNITY PARK
Enjoy a 44-acre park in the heart of Big Sky’s Meadow Village that serves as a gathering spot for outdoor fun. The park features sport fields, basketball, tennis courts, Frisbee golf, and access to biking and walking trails in the summer and cross-country ski trails in the winter. The park’s outdoor amphitheater also hosts a variety of shows during the summer.
CRAIL RANCH MUSEUM
Explore the 1902 homestead of the Crail family and get a first-hand glimpse of what life was like as one of Big Sky’s first settlers. The preserved log cabin displays a rich collection of artifacts, photographs and documents relating to the area’s history, dating back to the Native Americans and fur trappers in the area before the Crails came along.
LONE MOUNTAIN TRAIL SCENIC DRIVE
On your way from Bozeman to West Yellowstone or vice versa? Take a scenic detour on the paved but winding mountain road that leads up to the base of breathtaking Lone Mountain, home to Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin. With many scenic overlooks and pullouts along the way, it’s a beautiful way to get off the beaten path and get a glimpse of life in Big Sky Country.
This short hike (1.5 miles round trip) on a well-maintained trail leads back to a spectacular backcountry waterfall. Watch the cascading waters of the South Fork of the West Fork of the Gallatin River tumble down steep rock walls, dine at the scenic picnic tables and study the abundant summer wildflowers. The trailhead is located just behind the Big Sky Town Center.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
Located less than an hour from the West Entrance, many people choose Big Sky, Montana as their base camp for Yellowstone National Park excursions, enjoying the high quality amenities that Big Sky has to offer, along with the spectacularly unforgettable scenery and experiences of time spent in the park.