Livingston, MontanaMoving Offices
Livingston, Montana 59047
With storefronts that recall Livingston's past as a trading post on the Yellowstone River, this community is steeped in history. There's been a spirit of adventure ever since the town became the first gateway to Yellowstone National Park. It's home to one of the largest rodeos in Montana as well as museums with genuine cowboy memorabilia. Still a rural community, it has a long tradition of appreciation for the outdoors. The Yellowstone River, the longest free-flowing river in the United States, emerges from the Gallatin Mountains before flowing across the plains towards Billings, which is the largest city in the state and a two-hour drive from Livingston. The town sits on the river's banks, minutes from some of the best trout fishing in the world. The international Federation of Fly Fishers settled its headquarters here, and many outfitters and guides can show you the best fishing along the blue-ribbon river. Visit nearby Yellowstone National Park, where Yellowstone Caldera, the largest supervolcano on the continent, sits. The wild lands reaching out from Livingston in all directions offers biking, hiking, camping, and endless other opportunities for outdoor recreation. Livingston has its own animated downtown scene with restaurants and nightlife, but Bozeman, just a half hour west, offers a rich smorgasbord of dining, culture, and arts.