Go beyond Yellowstone year-round to access off the beaten path wild and scenic places near Livingston, including fourteen fishing access sites, several dozen trailheads linking hundreds of miles of trails and National Forest Service land with abundant lakes, streams, and mountain peak summits, and Bridger Bowl ski resort; all within an hour drive.
Rent bikes, snowshoes, cross country skis, kayaks, rafts, stand-up paddle boards, and book guides for fly fishing, white water rafting, horseback riding and wagon rides, and hunting in season.
Take advantage of hundreds of miles of trails with hiking for all skill levels, rock climbing, mountain biking, cross country and backcountry skiing. Bring your camera and binoculars to capture the abundant wildlife and breathtaking vistas. Pack a picnic with provisions from our abundant gourmet wine, beer, specialty and local food markets, bakeries, breweries, delis, and coffee shops.
Enjoy the legendary big sky at night with stories around a bonfire, star gazing, boogeying to live music, and a Montana must – soaking in hot springs!
Parks & Trails and Livingston Recreation
Get inspired with the new Explore Livingston Field Guide.
Livingston Area Parks, Trails & River Access
GIS Interactive Map
Downloadable PDF Map
Park County Fishing Access Sites
Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks
Favorite Trails from Dan Bailey's Outdoor Co.
Six Trails in Livingston, Montana from Traveling Mel
Hike Suce Creek from Traveling Mel
Livingston Peak Trails from Traveling Mel
Best Trails in Livingston from AllTrails
Seasonal Outdoor Recreation
Swimming Pool and Splash Park
McNair Gravity Skate Park
New Park County Recreation Rink with indoor skating at the Fairgrounds, weather dependent, the Lagoon is skateable during cold enough temperatures too.
Cross Country Skiing, locals favorites: