Gallatin Gateway was named because it is a major gateway into Yellowstone National Park. Once famous for its dude ranches, today, tourists of all types find themselves enjoying this friendly community on their way in and out of Yellowstone.
Gallatin Gateway MT is conveniently located southwest of Bozeman, between the north and west entrances to Yellowstone National Park. The area is also between Big Sky Ski Resort and Bridger Bowl Ski Resort.
From rustic western cabins to restored historic inns, from hotels/motels to guest ranches, Gallatin Gateway and the immediate surrounding area has much to offer for guests seeking a good night’s lodging.
No matter what your taste buds are hankering for, you'll find something to satisfy that craving. Cafes, restaurants and even a steak house are present and just waiting to seat you for a fine meal.
As the gateway to the Gallatin Forest, Gallatin Gateway is known for its rich assortment of outdoor activities. You can enjoy horseback riding, horse pack trips, hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, sightseeing and photography. In addition, don’t forget to check out any possible barn dances that might be held while you are in the area.
As Gallatin Gateway is only 11 miles from Bozeman, with a short drive you can be in the city where you will find historic districts, historical buildings, museums, theaters, and much more.
While in Gallatin Gateway, you can stop in to see the restored one-room log school called Little Bear School House Museum.
Travel north on US 191 until you get to the intersection with Huffline Lane/US 191. At that junction, turn east and travel on to Bozeman. The entire trip will take you approximately 20 minutes.