With its fresh mountain air, a charming Western-style downtown, plenty of casual and fine dining restaurants and exciting outdoor recreation, it should come as no surprise that so many people are buzzing about Bozeman, MT. The city is a unique place to call home due to its tourist scene and its location near the Bozeman Trail; however, Bozeman apartments are rent are popular with students and residents who study and teach at Montana State University.
Because of MSU, Bozeman has a very youthful presence, with the average resident being around 27 years old. The city has seen a marked percentage of growth in population, jumping more than 35 percent from 2000 to 2010, according to City-Data.
Bozeman was founded in 1891 by James J. Hill of the Great Northern Railroad. Like many other cities in the West during that time, the expansion of rail was one of the biggest reasons why Bozeman is a thriving, growing city today. However, Bozeman's location near several ski resorts and Flathead Lake are among the biggest reasons why the city has become the second-largest in the state.
According to 2010 data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Bozeman is home to more than 37,000 residents. Many of the people here are well-educated and enjoy a reasonable cost of living that is nearly 6 points below the national average, according to City-Data.
If you are an outdoorsman, you've come to the right place. This city offers everything you could possibly want from the Great Outdoors, including cycling, horseback riding, fishing, hunting, rock climbing, hiking, golf, rafting, canoeing, and a wide variety of snow sports.
The city also has a great number of festivals and events, including Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, the Sweet Pea Festival, the Montana Beer Fest, Hatchfest, the Watershed Festival, and the Wild West Winterfest that celebrates the city's history and heritage in the Old West.
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