Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort offers a variety of fun and exciting activities to try including, archery, ziplining, mountain biking, horseback riding, white water rafting and much more! Check out the various options at the Big Sky Summer Activities page! Meeting attendees can access 20% off activities such as the nature zipline, archery guided hikes, and the Lone Peak expedition. Use promo code CSGW2019 when making your reservation.

Montana Folk Festival


One of the largest outdoor music festivals in the Northwest, the Montana Folk Festival (July 12-14) is free to attend and showcases over 200 musicians, dancers, artists, and craftspeople. Enjoy food, drink, and live entertainment throughout the weekend. For more information about performances and festival activities, check out the Montana Folk Festival website.
















Big Sky Country State Fair



The city of Bozeman welcomes the state fair July 17-21. Visitors enjoy fair food, carnival rides, live entertainment, and a taste of Montana. Schedules and ticket information available on the Big Sky Country State Fair website.
















Museum of the Rockies



A world-renowned museum with an abundance of history and science exhibits, the Museum of the Rockies is famous for its comprehensive collection of dinosaur fossils - including a life-size T. Rex! Check out the museum website to plan your visit.
















Downtown Bozeman



An hour drive north of Big Sky, the city of Bozeman offers an array of activities to visitors. In the summertime the Bogert Farmer’s Market welcomes visitors every Tuesday, while Music on Main inspires toe tapping every Thursday. Additional activity options can be explored at the Downtown Bozeman website.
















Montana Bull Riding



Voted “Event of the Year” six years in a row the Big Sky PBR is a week-long event jam packed with art auctions, golf tournaments, street dances, nightly concerts, and of course – Professional Bull Riding. For information and tickets, visit the Big Sky PBR website.
















Yellowstone National Park



A must-see for anyone visiting Big Sky Country, Yellowstone National Park spans nearly 3500 square miles, through Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. The Park is known for its breathtaking geological features such as, The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs, the Grand Prismatic Spring, and the Old Faithful Geyser.


Yellowstone is also home to hundreds of animal species. Driving through the park herds of Bison and Elk, as well as wolves and the Park’s most iconic predator - the Grizzly Bear – can be seen. Plan your visit with information on the National Park Service’s Yellowstone page.


To assist with Yellowstone explorations, be sure to check out these apps:


-Montana On-the Go

-Yellowstone National Park