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Big Sky is the Ideal Setting for Corporate Meetings, Gatherings, Retreats & Events

Big Sky, Montana | June 2016 - Big Sky, Montana, is only 15 miles from the border of Yellowstone National Park, the nation’s and the world’s first national park, and just 45 miles from Yellowstone’s West Entrance.  This summer is going to be an exciting milestone for Big Sky’s "neighbor" as August 25, 2016 marks the 100th birthday of the National Park Service. Corporate meetings in Big Sky can take advantage of this monumental event.

Business events in Big Sky can include networking, teambuilding, goal setting, world-class outdoor activities, and the National Park Service’s Centennial Anniversary in Yellowstone.  Climb a mountain. Spot a pack of wolves. Watch a grizzly wander down the road. Gawk in amazement as Old Faithful erupts. Stare in wonder at the Grand Prismatic Spring. See a bison calf romp amongst the wildflowers. Fly fish on an alpine lake as an elk watches from the shoreline. Hike through remote forests to breathtaking waterfalls.  It’s all in greater Big Sky/Yellowstone!

Combining a business meeting with the National Park Centennial is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity.  Big Sky offers several first rate and unique corporate meeting destinations:

320 Guest Ranch - The 320 Guest Ranch is an authentic, historic ranch set in Gallatin Canyon that borders the Gallatin River and backs up against the vast Gallatin Mountain Range. This unique 320-acre property provides a multitude of meeting venues, meeting support services, event menus and recreational opportunities.  The 320 Guest Ranch can host business gatherings for up to 200 people. Special pricing is available on lodging, and planners can take advantage of unique experiences like pig roasts, chuck wagon BBQs, Montana-themed dinners and more.

Buck's T-4 - Located in the Gallatin Canyon, Buck's T-4 can host meetings and banquets from 10 to 200 people. Utilize the advice of Buck's on-site event planning manager to help plan the details. Western hospitality, discounted group rates, indoor and outdoor meeting venues, and delicious menus make Buck’s T-4 an ideal place for all professional events.

Lone Mountain Ranch - The historic Lone Mountain Ranch is a one of a kind venue. This 160-acre private ranch in Big Sky is one of National Geographic's Unique Lodges of the World.  Lone Mountain Ranch is a fantastic place to disconnect and focus on the company and team. The ranch can host up to 100 guests, offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, features numerous meeting spaces, and can serve a customized menu.

Rainbow Ranch Lodge - Rainbow Ranch provides the perfect backdrop for business meetings and events. Located in the Gallatin Canyon along the banks of the Gallatin River, Rainbow Ranch can help to make any business gathering productive. With the facilities to host up to 150 guests, Rainbow Ranch is the ideal base for teambuilding, networking, and goal setting.

Big Sky Resort - Big Sky Resort is a four-season resort that can cater to any size group for any type of function. The resort has a wide variety of meeting rooms, an amphitheater, and lodging to accommodate meetings and events. Take advantage of Big Sky Resort's ability to completely customize a meeting. All amenities are within easy walking distance. There are summer and winter outdoor recreation activities at the resort. Big Sky has a proven track record of successful events, including hosting the President of the United States. 

Big Sky Resort’s Basecamp to Yellowstone offers exciting, teambuilding activities. The Lone Peak Expedition is a 15-passenger tram to the summit of Lone Mountain at 11,166 feet. From there guests can see far into the surrounding country, including Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, three states, numerous mountain ranges, countless peaks, and endless forests.

On August 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson created the National Park Service (NPS). The world's first national park was Yellowstone National Park, established on March 1, 1872, predating the NPS. With abundant wildlife and fascinating geology, Yellowstone is one of the most popular national parks in the United States and sees a steady stream of visitors from around the world.

After exploring Southwest Montana, head to Big Sky’s Town Center Park for Music In The Mountains, a free weekly summer concert series.

With non-stop flights from major destinations across the United States to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport, the meeting and events paradise of Big Sky, Montana, is only a flight away.

For more information about corporate meeting locations, Yellowstone National Park, the National Park Centennial, or Big Sky, Montana, contact Alex Mansfield, Visit Big Sky’s Marketing Manager, at 406-995-3000 or at

About Visit Big Sky

Visit Big Sky is a private, nonprofit organization responsible for marketing Big Sky, Montana as a leisure and convention destination. Visit Big Sky is funded from the Big Sky Resort Tax administers Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development lodging tax funds and collects private industry investments from business partners for public relations and advertising programs.

Contact: Alex Mansfield / 406-995-3000

Contact: Ken Ellens / 201-758-2864

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