As a visitor-focused organization in Montana’s Yellowstone Country, you are an integral part of Montana’s travel industry, which supported an estimated 43,900 jobs for Montanans and contributed $5.8 billion to our state’s economy in 2022. As you know, marketing our communities and unparalleled outdoor experiences helps bring visitors to browse to our local shops, dine at our restaurants and cafes and book rooms at our lodging facilities—all of which helps keep these amenities available for us to enjoy as residents.

Through pandemic, fire and flood, you’ve kept visitors and residents at the heart of everything you do. And so have we. Community pride runs deep here, and discovery is a joint effort. Together, we’ll keep working to make sure visitors to our region feel the connection we have with our communities, our tourism partners and our unparalleled surroundings for a full Yellowstone experience.


Carbon County

Alpine, Bearcreek, Belfry, Bowler, Boyd, Bridger, Edgar, Fox, Fromberg, George Place, Joliet, Luther, Montaqua, PetersonPlace, Red Lodge, Richel Lodge, Roberts, Rockvale, Roscoe, Selmes, Silesia, Warren, Washoe

Gallatin County

Amsterdam, Belgrade, Big Sky, Bozeman, Bridger, Churchill, Four Corners, Gallatin Gateway, Gallatin River Ranch, HebgenLake Estates, Hillman, King Arthur Park, Logan, Manhattan, Maudlow, Ponderosa Pines, Sedan, Springhill, Three Forks,Trident, West Yellowstone, Willow Creek

Park County

Brisbin, Carbella, Chadborn, Chico, Chimney Rock, Clyde Park, Contact, Cooke City, Corwin Springs, Emigrant, Gardiner,Grannis, Hoppers, Hunters Hot Springs, Independence, Jardine, Kotke, Livingston, Miner, Pine Creek, Pray, Silver Gate, SouthGlastonbury, Sphinx, Springdale, White City, Wilsall, Wineglass

Stillwater County

Absarokee, Beehive, Columbus, Dean, Fishtail, Meyers Creek, Molt, Nye, Park City, Rapelje, Reed PointSweet Grass CountyBig Timber, Carney, Greycliff, McLeod, Melville, Meyers Creek, Quebec, Sourdough

Sweet Grass County

Big Timber, Carney, Greycliff, McLeod, Melville, Meyers Creek, Quebec, Sourdough