Gallatin Regional Park

Round Trip Mileage:

1-2

Difficulty:

easy

Parking:

Parking lot off of Oak Ave. and another parking lot next to Fire Station off of Davis St.

Seasons:

This trail is heavily trafficked so should be good for winter use. The trail is a gravel path so may also be muddy in fall and spring.

Amenities:

The trail includes benches throughout, off-leash dog park, wwimming area and beach for kids, sledding hill, dinosaur playground, climbing boulders, picnic tables, pavilion, and porta potties.

Dogs Allowed Off-leash:

Yes

GVLT can’t take credit for creating the Gallatin County Regional Park – thanks goes to Gallatin County for securing these incredible 87 acres of open space – but we made sure to pitch in. Trails are one of our top priorities, and we designed six miles of them in the Regional Park: a figure-eight that loops around the ponds, and connectors that tie the park to our growing network of trails on Bozeman’s west side. We raised money install two new climbing boulders near the Dinosaur Playground, bringing the total number of trailside climbing boulders to six. These boulders help expand the experience of using our trails, and we have been a partner in all of them, making sure they include challenges for people of all ages and abilities.

*Dogs only allowed off-leash in designated off-leash dog park.