The fourth largest city in the state, Bozeman, Montana, is a college town that is home to Montana State University. In 2001, Bozeman was elected an All-America City by the National Civic League. There are primarily single family homes, along with townhouses and condominiums in the 19 square miles of this city, known for recreational activities, such as fly fishing, hiking, kayaking, and mountain climbing.
Besides beautiful scenery, Bozeman has a number of museums and gardens to visit as well as four national parks and historic areas, including Yellowstone National Park. Bozeman Hot Springs, located in Gallatin Valley, offers natural hot springs, a fitness center, and a spa. Three ski areas are also popular for winter sports. Three city parks offer amenities such as an ice rink, grills, and picnic table. One has an art center and another has a pavilion. You will find plenty of American restaurants, as well as brewpubs, delis, cafes, and sports bars. Shopping options include places to buy antiques, art, crafts, hobbies, furniture, jewelry, and sporting goods.
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