Bozeman is located in Southwest Montana and has a population of around 38,000. Providing a small town atmosphere, with great amenities and pleasant people. We have a wide variety of restaurants, and shops to enjoy. Bozeman is home to several great museums, and has a huge selection of outdoor activities available. We hope you’ll enjoy some of the great places the city of Bozeman has to offer during your trip.

This year’s conference will be hosted at The Commons at Baxter & Love, a conference center on the outskirts of town (map)

There are lots of options for places to stay in Bozeman. Some options are Homewood Suites, the Hilton Garden Inn, and the Fairfield Inn (there are many other available hotels).

June can still be a little dicey for camping. If you have gear that will keep you warm at night or a camper, you’ll find camping spots are usually less packed than in July and August.

There are several great museums in Bozeman. The Museum of the Rockies is a great place to learn about Dinosaurs, Outer Space, and other cool stuff. The American Computer Museum is one of the oldest computer museums operating. They have all kinds of great examples of just how the computer and technology industry has progressed over the last century. The Children’s Museum of Bozeman has a calendar full of fun activities for kids, including hands-on building activities, painting, and movie nights.

There are lots of other summer activities to take part in. The Bozeman area has a tons of Mountain Biking trails (Shafthouse, Bangtail BMA, Hyalite, Mystic Lake, Leverich

Canyon). There are also many great hiking trails (Cottonwood Canyon, Bozeman Creek, Truman Gulch, Fairy Lake, The ‘M’ Trail).

If you’re into beer and small town breweries, we have several. The Bozone (Bozeman Brewing) is in the Northeastern section of town. Madison River Brewing is in Belgrade, which is 7 miles away. 406 Brewing Company, which is on the North end of town near Rouse. Outlaw Brewing, behind Target and Staples. Bridger Brewing, across from the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse.

There are several great fishing rivers nearby as well. The Yellowstone is just 30 minutes to the East. The Gallatin is just outside of town to the West. The Madison is about a 40 minute drive to the West towards Norris.

Other great Bozeman resources to checkout are The Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce and The Bozeman Convention and Visitor Bureau