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Want to learn more about Big Sky? Looking for local businesses? Have questions about what to do in Big Sky Country? Need directions around town? Stop by the Big Sky Visitor Center and ask the smiling faces of the crew that works there. They're keen to help you and want to give you a big, friendly welcome to Big Sky, Montana.
The Big Sky Chamber of Commerce and the Big Sky Visitor Center share the building located at the intersection of US Highway 191 and Lone Mountain Trail (MT Highway 64). The building literally sits across the street from the Conoco on the north side of the road.
The knowledgeable and friendly staff can provide information on just about anything related to Big Sky - directions, trailheads, shopping, restaurants, bars, gear shops, skiing, road conditions, real estate agents, river conditions, fishing spots, medical facilities, snowmobile guides, construction companies, hotels, outdoor adventures, community stats, or anything else. They are a wealth of information and are happy to tell you about the little mountain town that's next to everything.
The smiling faces that work at the Big Sky Visitor Center are not only Big Sky locals, but they know Big Sky Country like the back of their hands. Stop by and grab a map of town, pick up brochures from local businesses or local attractions, or get the scoop on what's going on around town.
Did you also know that the facility features a small museum that highlights a bit of Big Sky's history of homesteading, skiing, and tourism. Come and view the photos, documents, and items that have helped Big Sky become the fantastic place that it is today. From Chet Huntley to Crail Ranch, Big Sky's history is uniquely exciting.
Since the Big Sky Visitor Center and the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce share the facility, it is an ideal place to learn more about local, regional, state, and national businesses that have direct ties to the Big Sky community. Browse through a collection of hundreds of business brochures, pamphlets, and business cards. You'll discover new businesses that call Big Sky home that you'll want to support.
The Big Sky Visitor Center is an ideal spot to learn a little bit more about what Big Sky can really offer you. It's a must-stop for anyone who's curious about what Big Sky is really all about. Both locals and guests will benefit from poking their head in the door and say hi. You'll discover something new and exciting every time you stop by.
Chet Huntley's Desk | Photo: Margo Magnant
Whether you're new to town, just driving down Highway 191, on a ski or fishing vacation, or have been in Big Sky for years, it's definitely worth visiting the Big Sky Visitor Center. See you soon!