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Bozeman

Bozeman is for those who want to experience the bustle of a city and the adventure of the outdoors, all within a short distance. From Bozeman, you can easily access two ski resorts, hundreds of trails, and it's just 15 minutes from the airport. Not to mention, it's less than two hours from majestic Yellowstone National Park. But what makes it different from neighboring areas is its vibrant array of boutique shopping, world-class restaurants and nightlife opportunities. It's got a little of everything for visitors seeking excitement around every corner. Plus, there are plenty of options of places to stay for every budget and taste.

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Belgrade

Belgrade is home to the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN), making it an incredibly convenient place to stay for those flying to Southwest Montana. But there's more to Belgrade than convenience — this rapidly growing area is drawing new breweries, bars and restaurants to its idyllic Main Street. It's the perfect place for visitors who want easy access to the airport, along with necessary amenities like restaurants and grocery stores, and a slower vibe than neighboring Bozeman. With Bozeman just 15 minutes away, visitors to Belgrade can have the best of both worlds — access to the bustling city and a low-key retreat at the end of the day.

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Three Forks

Three Forks is Bozeman and Belgrade's more rural cousin, endearingly called "Montana's favorite small town," with all of the Montana charm so many people come here for. Three Forks holds its own, with a quaint downtown that's easily walkable to famous pie shops and steakhouses. A stay in Three Forks also gives you quick access to two nearby state parks, as well as fishing and water activities on four rivers that converge just north of town. Stay in one of Three Forks' historic hotels, and make the easy drive down I-90 to Bozeman when you're craving that city feel.