Bozeman, Montana and surrounding areas offer plenty of opportunity to get in some refreshing swimming time, from diving into the city pools to dipping in invigorating hot springs.
- Places to enjoy the water near Bozeman include public swimming pools, hot springs, private campground pools and lakes.
- Fees are generally charged at all public swimming pools and hot springs.
- As much fun swimming is, it also presents some dangers.
One of the healthiest and easiest activities for all ages and all experience levels is swimming. Adults and children alike love to frolic in the water whether it be in a man-made pool, a mountain stream, a lake or a river.
You will find plenty of places to swim and enjoy the water in and around the Bozeman area.
Where to go Swimming
In the City of Bozeman
- The Swim Center
1211 West Main, Bozeman
The Swim Center is a 50-meter, eight lane indoor aquatic facility. The crystal-clear water is kept at 84F. The spacious pool is equipped with a slide, diving board, life jackets, recreation toys, water aerobic equipment, and large inflatable pool toy.
- Bogert Pool
325 South Church, Bozeman.
Open only during the summer season, Bogert Pool has an amazing 26-foot tall triple-tube water slide. The diving board on the south deck is open during recreation swim hours. The shallow pool, with depths from 1 to 3 feet, is ideal for young children.
In the City of Livingston
- Livingsotn Municiple Pool
on the corner of 2nd Street and River Drive
Outdoor pool - summer only and includes swimming lessons, lap swimming and open swimming.
Nearby Hot Springs
- Chico Hot Springs
Located in Pray, MT, a half hour north of Yellowstone. The hot water can be soothing after a hard day of fun filled activities.
Bozeman Hot Springs & Spa
81123 Gallatin Rd - US Hwy 191.
Open year-round, Bozeman Hot Springs offers an oasis for those seeking a healthy retreat as well as a great spot for families looking for fun.
- Norris Hot Springs
Located at the crossroads of some of Montana's most scenic drives. West Yellowstone to Helena, Butte to Bozeman, with the Lewis and Clark Caverns and the majestic Madison River minutes away.
Open year round, travelers discover a unique place to relax, refresh and enjoy in every season.
In additional to the locations mentioned above, various private campgrounds in the area have swimming pools, and various public campground are located near lakes where swimming is also an option.
Rentals & Fees
Public municipal pools and some private campground pools charge a fee. Fees are also charged at all of the hot springs. Charges and fees may vary so it is best to check ahead. Many facilities also have swimsuits and towels for rent.