Why you'd want to live in Livingston
Livingston offers a blissful landscape with a number of outdoor activities. Resting on the banks of the Yellowstone River, and centered between three towering mountain ranges (the Bridger, Crazy, and Absaroka mountains), Livingston offers world-class fly-fishing, hunting, skiing, hiking, biking, golfing, and whitewater rafting. Being a country town, it’s no surprise that Livingston is big into rodeos. Every year, the Livingston Roundup is held for three days in row from July 2nd to the 4th, drawing in national and international competitors. A number of other fun events held in the community include the Livingston Farmers Market, Festival of Arts at the Depot, Summerfest music festival, Red Ants Pants Music Festival, Park County Fair, Old Time Fiddler’s Picnic, Livingston Hoot, Last Best Fest Arts Festival, and Livingston Film Festival. You especially wouldn’t want to miss Livingston’s Demolition Durby held at the Fairgrounds in the summer. For such a small town, Livingston is pretty active with events going on year round. And if you find yourself missing the bigger city life, Bozeman is just down the road with a whole new set of activities, shops, and events for you to explore. This beautiful, hard working town is great place to live and work. Whether you’re planning to retire, raise a family, or start a career, it would be hard not to love what Livingston has to offer. Search for listings, or contact our agents to find the perfect home you’ve been looking for.