Meadow Village, Town Center, and Big Sky Base Area make up the larger area of Big Sky. A handful of other nearby towns in close proximity to Big Sky offer new experiences, activities and local flavor that are sure to add to your vacation.
With its eclectic mix of professors, artists, ranchers, and sporting enthusiasts, the small Montana town of Bozeman is the ideal place to visit. Outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world come to vacation here.
Located in Southwestern Montana just 1.5 miles from Wyoming and eight miles from Idaho, West Yellowstone shares a common border with Yellowstone National Park and is the Park's only West gateway. It is no wonder that tourism is the main economic factor in town.
Gallatin Gateway was once famous for dude/guest ranches, but today it is a Mecca for tourists who flock to the area for the scenic splendor and to visit Yellowstone National Park.
Island Park, ID which shares the spectacular beauty of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park but without the crowds.
The combination of forested mountains along with access to the beautiful Madison River, yields exceptional opportunities for recreating and especially fishing in the area of Ennis. The uncrowded trails are also a favorite with visitors.