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Adventure Days (seasonal)

Eagle Mount

http://eaglemount.org/programs/adventure-days/

6901 Goldenstein Lane
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 586-1781

Summer in Montana is time for outdoor adventures! If you love hiking, rafting, fishing, kayaking, rock climbing, music, camping, and hanging out with a great group of people, Adventure Days at Eagle Mount is for you. This program offers a mix of activities that get you outdoors and moving!

Aquatics

Eagle Mount

http://eaglemount.org/programs/aquatics/

6901 Goldenstein Lane
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 586-1781

Eagle Mount’s Aquatics Program offers year round therapeutic recreational opportunities to qualified individuals with a wide range of disabilities in southwest Montana. With the support of a trained and dedicated staff and caring volunteers, people with disabilities enjoy the freedom of movement and powerful healing unique to water. From learning to swim to regaining strength and balance, the warm salt water offers all participants the opportunity to expand personal fitness and well-being.Aquatics Program offers year round therapeutic recreational opportunities to qualified individuals with a wide range of disabilities in southwest Montana.

Belgrade Splash Park

Belgrade Parks and Recreation

http://ci.belgrade.mt.us/parks/

205 E. Main Street
Belgrade, MT 59714

Phone: (406) 388-3760

A great way for the kids to cool down, located at Lewis & Clark Park, 205 E. Main Street in Belgrade. Splash Park hours of operation - 9 am - 9pm (weather permitting)

Bogart Pool

Bozeman Recreation Department

http://www.bozeman.net/Departments-(1)/Park–Rec-Cemetery/Recreation/Aquatic/Bogert-Pool

325 South Church
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 582-2290

A public pool with a slide located at Bogert Park at 325 N. Church St. in Bozeman. Call for hours and admission rates.

Bozeman Recreation Department

http://www.bozeman.net/Departments-(1)/Park-Rec-Cemetery/Recreation/Recreation

415 N Bozeman Ave,
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 582-2290

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The Recreation Division has a committed staff that remains focused on program quality and customer satisfaction. You'll find opportunities in outdoor recreation, sports, fitness, and cultural arts as well as a variety of programs in special interest areas such as archery, stand up paddle boarding, yoga, senior fitness, and music taught by contracted instructors who are professionals in our community. For a complete list of Clubs, Groups, and Teams, download the file provided. Please note that Clubs, Groups, and Teams are not affiliated with the Bozeman Recreation Department and the information is updated the Recreation Division.

Bozeman Skate Park

http://www.goskate.com/Skate-Parks/bozeman-skatepark/

North 20th and Beall Streets
Bozeman, MT 59715

Bozeman Skatepark is a concrete, 6,000-square-foot park, and admission is free. The skatepark includes three-quarter bowl and a street course with a pyramid, flat bar, ledges, hips, banks, quarterpipes, and manual pad. Skate park hours: dusk til dawn.

Bridger Ski Foundation

http://www.bridgerskifoundation.org/

851 Bridger Drive, Suite 4
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-2445

Fax: (406) 586-9303

Email: office@bridgerskifoundation.org

Bridger Ski Foundation (BSF) is a nonprofit community ski club based in Bozeman, Montana. Come ski with us! We have programs for all ages, year round. And we groom an incredible network of community Nordic ski trails in Bozeman. In 2015, we became a Gold Certified Club, the highest recognition given by the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Association (USSA). Our goal is to create opportunities through educational and competitive programs in Alpine, Freestyle, and Nordic skiing and to groom cross-country ski trails in the Bozeman community.

Downtown Bozeman Activities

http://downtownbozeman.org/listing/category/area-recreation

PLAY! Hit the slopes, catch a show or attend a local farmer’s market…Bozeman has a diverse cultural scene that satisfies every interest. • Music on Main • Lunch on the Lawn • Art Walks • S.L.A.M Festival • Bogert Farmers’ Market • Big Sky Farmers’ Market • The Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market • Downtown Trick-or-Treat • Downtown Bozeman Christmas Stroll

Exercise Programs for Seniors

Bozeman Senior Center

http://www.bozemanseniorcenter.org/

307 North Tracy
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 586-2421

Email: info@bozemanseniorcenter.org

At the Bozeman Senior Center, we feel staying fit and active is important in the aging process. We offer a beautiful exercise room complete with a soft, rubber floor. Various exercise equipment is available for the wide variety of exercise classes we offer. Classes are offered five days a week for all types of fitness and endurance levels. You'll find opportunities for outdoor recreation and fitness as well as a variety of programs in special interest areas such as hiking & walking, pedometer walking, arthritis fitness, and yoga. Classes are taught by certified fitness instructors.

Gallatin Valley Land Trust (GVLT)

https://gvlt.org

212 S. Wallace Suite 102
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-8404

Email: info@gvlt.org

Hit the trails! Run to the top of Triple Tree or relax in a shady glade along the Sourdough Trail. Bike with the best road bike tires for safety. Walk your dog. Get outside. Take a deep breath. Use the GVLT trail map to help you explore.

Who We Are

The Gallatin Valley Land Trust connects people to the landscapes that surround us through the conservation of open spaces and creation of trail systems. Through our work we provide spaces for children to get outside, protect habitat for our area’s most iconic wildlife species, keep working farms working, and offer world-class outdoor recreation from our Main Street to the Mountains, and so much more.

Gallatin Valley YMCA Programs

http://www.gallatinvalleyymca.org/

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3673 Love Lane
Bozeman, MT 59718

Phone: (406) 994-9622

At the YMCA in Bozeman, MT we are committed to strengthening communities. Every day, we work side by side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income, or background, has the opportunity to participate in Y programs.

Our core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility guide us as we nurture youth development, healthy living and social responsibility in our community.

GoNoodle

https://www.gonoodle.com/

Phone: (406) 414-1644

Email: jmdavis@bozemanhealth.org

GoNoodle is used in schools to help channel kids’ energy for good, not only improving their health through exercise but also boosting their cognitive processing, focus and academic performance. Their content is fun and engaging for students and a number of GoNoodle videos and games also incorporate math, spelling, and vocabulary with the use of kinesthetic and active learning principles. Teachers have the ability to customize this content, which further supports their lesson plans and academic goals for the classroom. While popular in schools, parents can sign up for a free GoNoodle account today by visiting GoNoodle or by downloading the free GoNoodle Kids app from the Apple iTunes store.

Hiking/Biking

http://www.outsidebozeman.com/places/trails

In the Gallatin Valley, we are close to three different mountain ranges—the Bridgers, Spanish Peaks, and Gallatin Mountains—and National Forest land that provides unlimited access to hiking with trails for all skill levels. There are also some great hiking trails that are close to town in Bozeman, including: The M Trail – A 3-mile loop to the top of the M in the Bridger Mountain range. The trailhead is located at the start of Bridger Canyon. Drinking Horse – A 2.2 mile loop to the top of Drinking Horse Mountain, with the trailhead located at the Fish Technology Center at the start of Bridger Canyon. East Gallatin Recreation Area – Also known as Bozeman Beach, there’s a sandy beach, swimming, hiking trails, and a climbing boulder along with picnic tables and a fishing dock. Burke Park/Peets Hill – Approximately 40 acres of open space with miles of trails and great views of Bozeman and the surrounding mountain ranges. Story Hills – Private property that’s opened for public recreation during the day.

Ice Skating

https://www.bozeman.net/government/recreation/recreation-programs

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121 North Rouse Ave.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 582-2905

Some of Gallatin County’s city parks have ice rinks for skating in the winter months. The Recreation Division offers beginner lessons for ages 4-6 and 7-9 that start January 9th and 11th.

To learn more about where and when you can ice skate, check out our Ice Rinks.

Let's Move!

http://www.letsmove.gov/

Physical activity is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle. In combination with healthy eating, it can help prevent a range of chronic diseases, including heart disease, cancer, and stroke, which are the three leading causes of death. Physical activity helps control weight, builds lean muscle, reduces fat, promotes strong bone, muscle and joint development, and decreases the risk of obesity. Children need 60 minutes of play with moderate to vigorous activity every day to grow up to a healthy weight.

Main Street to the Mountains

Gallatin Valley Land Trust (GVLT)

http://gvlt.org/

212 S. Wallace Suite 102
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-8404

Fax: (406) 582-1136

Email: info@gvlt.org

Since our founding in 1990, GVLT has been instrumental in building and maintaining many of the trails our community enjoys every day-from Peet's Hill to Drinking Horse Mountain, Snowfill Recreation Area to the Triple Tree Trail – and we have lots more planned.

Museum of the Rockies Summer Camps

Museum of the Rockies (MOR)

https://www.museumoftherockies.org/education/families-teens-children/

600 West Kagy Blvd
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 994-2251

Fax: (406) 994-2682

Email: museum@montana.edu

Geared towards students entering 1st – 8th grade in the upcoming school year, the Museum’s quality summer camps inspire and stimulate learning. Explore a broad range of topics covering MOR’s most popular exhibits while meeting new friends, creating original crafts, and learning new games.

National Institute on Health-Walking Program

http://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/health-topics/weight-control/walking-step-right-direction/Pages/walking-step-right-direction.aspx

Have you been thinking of adding more physical activity to your life? Starting a walking program may be a great way to be more active. And walking on a regular basis may lead to many health benefits.

Skiing & Snowboarding at Big Sky Ski & Summer Resort

50 Big Sky Resort Road
Big Sky, MT 59716

Phone: (800) 548-4486

Bozeman has been voted “Best Ski Town” in a variety of magazines and websites for good reason: it’s surrounded by three world-class ski areas, including Bridger Bowl, Big Sky Ski Resort, and Moonlight Basin. Call each resort to find the best lift ticket deals, along with area snow reports for up-to-date ski conditions: Big Sky Ski & Summer Resort 800-548-4486

Skiing & Snowboarding at Bridger Bowl

https://bridgerbowl.com/

15795 Bridger Canyon Road
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-2111

Email: skitrip@bridgerbowl.com

Bozeman has been voted “Best Ski Town” in a variety of magazines and websites for good reason: it’s surrounded by three world-class ski areas, including Bridger Bowl, Big Sky Ski Resort, and Moonlight Basin. Call each resort to find the best lift ticket deals, along with area snow reports for up-to-date ski conditions: Call Bridger Bowl 800-223-9609

Skiing & Snowboarding at Moonlight Basin

http://moonlightbasin.findyourbigsky.com/

66 Mountain Loop Road
Big Sky, MT 59716

Phone: (800) 760-5658

Email: info@lonemountainland.com

Moonlight Basin is a mountain community energized by outdoor adventure and the endless array of experiences that come with life a the foot of Lone Mountain. Life here is built around all that Montana has to offer: skiing, hiking, biking, fishing. hunting, and a club that offers activities for the whole family - including many designed just for kids.

Sledding

Some popular Bozeman sledding hills include: Peet’s Hill, at Church St. & Story St. on Bozeman’s south side. Snowfill Park, just past the Bridger Creek Golf Course on McIlhattan Rd. Dinosaur Park, corner of Oak St. and Davis Ln.

Summer Trails Challenge

GVLT

https://gvlt.org/events/

212 S. Wallace Suite 102
Bozeman, MT 59771

Phone: (406) 587-8404

Email: LAURA@GVLT.ORG

Celebrate the summer and help GVLT raise funds for trails by participating in GVLT’s Summer Trails Challenge

In 2016, between National Trails Day on June 4, and the solstice on June 21, community members were encouraged to record and report how far they walked, hiked, or biked on area trails, any trail. 1 mile=$1 for GVLT!

2016 Trails Challenge Update: We did it! Together we logged over 20,000 miles which means we met the match for the $20,000. Thank you to all the businesses who supported this event.


Therapeutic Horsemanship

Eagle Mount

http://eaglemount.org/programs/therapeutic-horsemanship/

6901 Goldenstein Lane
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 586-1781

Eagle Mount’s Therapeutic Riding and Equine Assisted Activities Program is active year round in the Cyndi Fonda Therapeutic Riding Center. Our facility is a Premier Accredited Center (PAC) of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship – International. This distinction of excellence puts our program in the top 200 of over 850 member centers affiliated with PATH, ensures that all riding instructors are PATH Certified Instructors and that our volunteers are trained in every aspect of therapeutic riding with the emphasis on safety.

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