Livingston is a town and the county seat of Park County, Montana, United States. Livingston is located in southwestern Montana, on the Yellowstone River, north of Yellowstone National Park. The population was 7,044 at the 2010 census.
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This trail was about 25 minutes from where we were staying. Well worth the drive. Hike was a bit challenging and very rocky. Waterfall was a little over a mile from the trail head. There were other people on the trail but it wasn't terribly crowded.
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We are blessed with an unsurpassed natural setting for this place of Music, here in Paradise Valley Montana, on the route to the main gate into Yellowstone National Park. It is our hope that many, many people of all ages, from here in North America and throughout the World will enjoy Music Ranch Montana, either as novice entertainers, acclaimed professionals or as happy listeners. We hope that you
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My train enthusiastic husband was happy to find this hidden gem. The man who sold the tickets, at a fair $5 pp, was very informative and interesting. He talked about the sights as well as relayed his own experiences with the rail road. Glad we stopped in.
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This beautiful and peaceful park is nestled alongside the Yellowstone River. It's got amazing shaded picnic areas, plenty of space for paying soccor or catch with the kiddos, and an epic playground for the littles...all with spectacular views of the mountains surrounding Livingston!
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The Yellowstone Gateway Museum is housed in the 1907 Northside School, listed on the Natl. Register of Historic Places. Exhibit themes include: Native Cultures, Expeditions, Yellowstone, Transportation (especially Railroad), Pioneers, Military. Temporary exhibits include: Flintknapping, Fire, Communication. Outdoor exhibits include: Historic Vehicles (fire trucks, railroad caboose, stagecoaches, sheep wagons; Blacksmith Shop, One-room Schoolhouse, and more. Interpretive exhibits include stories and interactives designed to engage all ages. Ask for the History Quest, Museum Explorers Journal, and enjoy Dress-ups in three areas of museum. We change or add new exhibits annually. A research center library and archives are also available.
Great place to learn about local history from Native Americans of the region, Lewis & Clark Expedition, the railroad, early settlers, wildlife, etc. So much to take in, two days may not be enough to view everything and see all that is available.
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