Discover Livingston, Experience Paradise

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Discover Livingston, Experience Paradise
    Livingston, Montana is located about 1 hour north of Yellowstone Park and was the original entrance to the Park. Surrounded by three awesome mountain ranges, the historical town of Livingston is home to some of the best trout fishing in the world. Fisherman return year after year to fly fish on the Yellowstone River and relax in paradise.
     There are plenty of 
adventures awaiting you in Livingston, Paradise Valley, and surrounding areas. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, white water rafting, and of course Yellowstone Park with its abundant wildlife, canyons, waterfalls, thermal features, hot springs, geysers, and paint pots. 

    Long before the white man arrived, the Shoshone, Bannock, Blackfoot and Crow Indians called this area "The Valley of the Flowers". This was a sacred, natural territory used for hunting. The first white people to enter the local area were the famous Lewis and Clark along with their party including Sacajawea. Jim Bridger (the famous scout and mountain man) wintered with the Crow Indians near Emigrant in 1844-45. In 1864 gold was discovered bringing an influx of miners and settlers making Livingston a town in 1882 with the coming of the Northern Pacific railroad.

     Visit our historic downtown area. Picture it as it was when Calamity Jane was in residence. Livingston, along with Deadwood, S.D., were both the home of Calamity Jane, whose given name was Martha Canary. Known as a straight-shootin’, whip-crackin’ frontier woman, she at one time lived in a local hotel and ... in the local jail. We have historic buildings, museums, boutiques, art galleries featuring some of the countries most renowned Western Artists, and numerous cafes and eateries to suit everyone's taste.

     For those of you who love to travel by RV, we have many RV and Campgrounds for you to choose from. My personal recommendation is Osen's RV Park and Campground. It's quiet, dog friendly, with all the amenities and hook-ups you need, including Cable TV and WIFI.

     I could tell you lots more, but I don't want to spoil your surprise when you discover Livingston and experience paradise. 

Don't forget to come and visit with us at Indian Nations Trading Post in Livingston, Montana.

Livingston, Montana links of interest:

Online portal and informational guide of Livingston and Park County.

Montana Campground Association
Livingston Museum Association
The entrance to all three of Livingston's world class museums.

Woodalls RV
Livingston Gallery Association
Directory of the outstanding art galleries and cultural centers in Livingston, Montana.

Trailer Life Magazine
Livingston Chamber of Commerce
Great resource for calendar of events of activities, shopping, and other service business here in Livingston.

BMWMOA: BMW Motorcycle Owners of America
Yellowstone National Park
The official website of our country's first national park.

Montana BMW Riders
Montana Kids
State of Montana website specially suited for kids.

Big Sky RV, Inc
Sales, Service and Rentals
Travel Montana
State of Montana travel resource.

Bridger Bowl, Montana
Excellent Ski Facility nearby
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks
Excellent resource for recreation throughout Montana's state land.
Online directory of producers of gifts made in Montana.
Wineglass Trail Rides
Providing horseback riding adventures.

Rubber Ducky River Rentals
Local rental shop.
Safari Yellowstone
Providing excellent tours to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.

Yellowstone Raft Company
A great rafting company.

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