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The Bozeman Lifestyle

For decades, Bozeman has attracted adventurers, outdoor enthusiasts and people seeking a certain lifestyle in the American West. People came here to live, work and enjoy everything the landscape had to offer. They raised families here and left a legacy of a love of place and community that continue today.

At Six Range, we celebrate the balance that is Bozeman life. By focusing on green space, shared amenities and community gathering, we have created a neighborhood unlike any other that currently exists here. Situated at the southwest corner of Ferguson Avenue and Babcock Street, Six Range is at the heart of Bozeman’s West Side community. The neighborhood was designed to be environmentally conscious and community centered. The result is a thoughtfully created community that invites people to celebrate all that this great place has to offer.



There's a reason Bozeman keeps topping lists of the best places to live. From the outdoor offerings to the cultural opportunities and the overall quality of life, there's no better place to call home. Here are some of our favorite features about living in this mountain town.


Quickly becoming a cultural hub of the Treasure State, Bozeman is home to many new and established music venues and theaters offering live music and theater productions. On Main Street, you’ll find the Ellen Theatre and the Rialto. The Elm and Armory Music Hall are downtown, offering life music.


With Bridger Bowl down the road and Big Sky Resort just a short drive away, Bozeman has become a destination for skiers and snowboarders, drawing people from around the world to swish down the nearby slopes.


Montana’s rivers are legendary and Bozeman is home to some of the best. In just minutes, you can find yourself on the banks of the Madison, the Gallatin or the Jefferson. Whether you’re an avid fisherman or just like to soak up the scenery, our rivers are a must-see.


When John Bozeman came here in 1864, the town was little more than a supply stop for prospectors hoping to strike it rich. Bozeman and the surrounding areas are rich with living history, reminding us of the gold rush days of the past.

Broader Bozeman

Drive outside Bozeman and you’ll find all of the best Montana has to offer. Explore alpine meadows, fish or float world-class rivers, ski or snowboard, or visit Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. Soak up the history of mining towns, ghost towns and pioneer adventures of days past. Every road leads to a new adventure.