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AROUND ELK RIVER CROSSING
(Iichiilikaashaashe Alahiilappiio)

There are many site to see all around Park County, Livingston, MT. 

Livingston Round-up happens every year in the month of July 1, 2, 3, 4 2024. It offers the Rodeo all 3 nights, Fireworks all 3 nights, Parade, Kiddy rodeo, Queen contests, Downtown vendors, and at the rodeo. You can watch the fireworks from your Tipi every night. A sight to see!!!

Livingston offers many restaurants, shops, coffee shops, Railroad museum, fishing shops, and more!

Bike riding, horseback riding, fishing, kayaking and more.

Travel 50 miles south of Livingston on HWY 89 through Paradise Valley to Gardiner, MT to see the Roosevelt Arch, and adventure to Yellowstone Park. Make a day trip or 2 or even 3!!!

Bozeman offers many shops, restaurants, and never miss the Museum of the Rockies!

FORT PARKER

The First Crow Indian Agency

The site of Fort Parker has been preserved. Take a ride just East of Livingston off I-90, Exit 343, right on the Frontage Road. Learn more of the History of the Crow Nation!!

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THE LIVINGSTON ROUNDUP 

LIVINGSTON, MT.  JULY 1, 2, 3, 4, 2024

THE SLEEPING GIANT

Livingston offers, Music, Restaurants, Stores, Community events, and Museum to Visit.

Clip on Explore Livingston to learn more!!

MUSEUM OF THE ROCKIES

MONTANA STATE UNIVESITY

600 W. KAGY BLVD

BOZEMAN, MT. 59717

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Plan a Day Trip to Yellowstone National Park, 50 Miles South on Hwy 89! Driving through Paradise Valley follow the Yellowstone River viewing all the beautiful sites along the way. Stop in Gardiner, MT at the Shops, grab a bite to eat, then into the Park you go. It usually takes 2 to 3 days to see all there is to see in the Park. Cooke City to the Northeast entrance, West Yellowstone, MT to the West Entrance, Jackson Hole, WY to the South entrance and Cody, WY to the East entrance. Enjoy it all then back to the Tipi you go for rest and relaxation!!!

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