After careful consideration of the current circumstances around Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Bozeman Parks and Recreation Department is canceling all recreation and aquatic programming until further notice, effective immediately. The safety of the public and our staff remain our top priority. For local updates and information on how you can protect yourself please visit the Gallatin City-County Health Department’s website.
Welcome to the Bozeman Parks Division webpage!
The City of Bozeman Parks Division is responsible for the overall development and maintenance of 42 public parks, 52 miles of trails and associated sports fields and open space within the City limits.
Many HOA’s are responsible for basic maintenance of their neighborhood city parks.
Much of our parks, trails and open spaces are managed in partnership with local groups, which helps to maximize every dollar. We partner with the Sunrise Rotary Club to improve the East Gallatin Recreation Area, Breakfast Optimists Club is our partner at the Bozeman Ponds, and trails are maintained and developed in partnership with the Gallatin Valley Land Trust. There are many other local groups that help as well.
The Parks and Recreation Department's main office is now located in the Story Mill Community Center, 600 Bridger Drive. For additional info, contact 406-582-2290!
The Parks, Recreation, Open Space and Trails Plan
(Adopted December 2007) *NOTE* - This is a large file that opens best in Internet Explorer.