Area Attractions

Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it in Billings, Montana’s Trailhead.


If you yearn for outdoor adventure, Billings provides nearly limitless opportunities thanks to our pristine lands, scenic beauty, and rugged, rustic charm. If you’re interested in cultural events, Billings will astound you with its impressive selection of music, theater, museums and dining.

AMC theater offering 10 screens with matinee's and evening showtimes daily.

2456 Central Ave
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 656-2041

14 screen movie theater in Shiloh Crossing development. Call or check online for movie times.

1001 Shiloh Crossing Blvd
Billings, MT 59108
(406) 652-1105

The Amusement Park Drive-in is the old Park Drive-in from downtown Cody, Wyoming, which opened in 1946 and ran thru 2003. We then tore down the wood screen tower and hauled it to Billings. We rebuilt it during 2004 and 2005 and opened it in July 2005.

Showing movies on both sides of it is our own concept. The front projection booth is a caboose. The caboose is a 1909 wooden model that I have owned for 20 years. My friend and projectionist, Charles Caron, and I have moved it 4 times through the years. My wife would bring it up every time we had a disagreement "and we have a caboose!" So I had to use it. The back projection booth is a 1938 truck that I bought out of the Billings Gazette for $300.00 and rebuilt in our shop, just to be different.

Our amusement park consists of rides we used on the carnival and we are working on adding more this summer.

This drive-in has been a labor of love for my family and friends so that your family can enjoy a true American family experience.

We will see you "Under the stars"

7335 Mossmain Ln
Billings, MT 59106
(406) 245-3212

109 N. 30th St.
Billings, MT 59101

2593 Overland Ave
Billings, MT 59102

BLS sells cattle every week on Thursdays for all classes. The 4th weekend of each month, BLS becomes the “Horse Selling Capital of Western America.” 500 to 1100 head sell on any given weekend.

The Northern Livestock Video Auction base operation is also located at BLS. Several video sales a year are staged to an international market.

One of the oldest, continuous livestock auctions in America, BLS is a great tribute to its pioneer founders.

2443 N. Frontage Rd.
Billings, MT 59101

The Billings Motorcycle Club ("BMC") was established in 1914 in Billings, Montana. For nearly 100 years, Billings has remained on the leading edge of motorcycling.

The club promotes a variety of competitive and non-competitive events each year. These range from club member only rides, such as the Easter Egg and Treasure Hunt for the kids, to motocross and arena cross events, cross country events, flat track events, up to the club's signature event, the Great American Championship Motorcycle Hill Climb.

BMC is a member driven organization, with over 350 member families helping the club on a volunteer basis produce more than 20 competitive events per year, maintain the club-owned property and serve as ambassadors to the local community and region. It is a rare situation where such a large organization can function without paid management, but such is the case for BMC, where all club functions are handled by the BMC Board and its membership on a volunteer basis. Because of the volunteer nature of the club, the number of club memberships is limited.

Rev up at Billings Motorcycle Club. A calendar of events can be found listed on BMC's website:

3630 Old Blue Creek Road
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 656-9960

History was made on Tuesday, May 4, 1948, when the Mustangs and Salt Lake City Bees played the first game of organized professional baseball ever to be staged in Billings. Billings Mayor H.E. Biddinger threw out the ceremonial first pitch in front of 3,280 fans who braved near freezing temperatures. Gene Brocker's long double in the ninth inning scored Kenny Jensen from first base, providing the visitors from Salt Lake City with a narrow, 3-2, victory and spoiling the Mustangs home opener.

The Mustangs finished that inaugural season in last place. But the next season they finished second and made the playoffs. In 1964, the league was downgraded to short-season rookie league status and Billings dropped out of the Pioneer League. The Mustangs returned to the league in 1969 and won back-to-back championships in 1972 and '73. In all, the Mustangs have won 14 Pioneer League titles, more than any other team in the Pioneer League. The last championship came in 2003, with field manager Rick Burleson leading the club.

The year 2009 will mark the 36th consecutive year the Mustangs have been affiliated with the Cincinnati Reds, one of the longest running player development relationships in professional baseball. As Billings started the 2009 season, 12 former Mustangs were on the Reds 40-man roster; Edwin Encarnacion, Joey Votto, Jay Bruce, Paul Janish, Adam Rosales, Chris Dickerson, Carlos Fisher, Ramon Ramirez, Josh Roenicke, Craig Tatum, Juan Francisco and Sam LeCure all played for the Mustangs. Other current Major League players who wore a Mustangs uniform include Adam Dunn, Austin Kearns, Jason LaRue, Ray King, Todd Coffey, Ben Broussard, Aaron Boone, B.J. Ryan, Trevor Hoffman, Dewayne Wise, and Corky Miller.

Other notable alumni include: George Brett, Paul O'Neill, Tom Browning, Ron Oester, Gary Redus, Dick Stuart, Kurt Stillwell, Gorman Thomas, Reggie Sanders, Skeeter Barnes, Scott Williamson, Al Cowens, Kal Daniels, Rob Dibble, Lenny Harris, Ruppert Jones, Larry Rothschild, Larry Shepard, Scott Sullivan, Nick Esasky, Joe Oliver, Jack Armstrong, Tom Foley, Butch Henry, Jim Hickman, Reggie Jefferson, Don Wakamatsu and Danny Tartabull.

2611 9th Ave N
Billings, MT 59101

Bitter Creek Outfitters offers scenic horseback trail riding adventures on the outskirts of Billings, MT. We offer you the unique opportunity to experience Montana's natural beauty in a most natural way - by horseback!

2400 Coburn Rd
Billings, MT 59104

1911 King Ave West Ste. 11
Billings, MT 59102

A variety of services that will make your special event one to remember. We are affordable and versatile for many public and private events. We cater with vibrant food and impeccable service that is perfect for any occasion!

Throughout the year, we’ll have many scheduled events that are open to the public. Great music, comics, and acts from all over have already selected the Carlin Events Center for their show.

2501 Montana Ave
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 245-2503

Centennial Ice Arena is the only ice-skating and hockey facility in Billings, Montana, and is home to the Billings Amateur Hockey League, Figure Skating Clubs, Adult Hockey and the Junior A Billings Bulls!

427 Bench Blvd.
Billings, MT 59105
(406) 256-1192

The skate park is open to in-line skates, scooters, and skateboarders. No admission is charged. The park contains 14,000 square feet of ramps, rails, bowls, and other structures.

The crowning feature of the Downtown Billings Skate Park is the 'Head Over Heels' monument, a life-sized sculpture of a skateboarder performing a hand plant.


Four court indoor tennis facility with adult and junior programs plus special events. Private, semiprivate and group lessons available as well as permanent court time for year round play.

934 Lewis Ave
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 839-2896

Geyser Park is the place to have fun with your family and friends for entertainment. Enjoy mini-golf outside and full arcade inside!


In Good Glazes , Where Anyone Can Be Creative, is Your Contemporary Studio for ceramics, throwing wheels, mosaics, Wined Up Art and More! Projects range from $5 to $89. Ages 9 months to 109. Birthday parties and family time are our specialties!

2010 Grand Avenue, Ste. 5
Billings, MT 59102

This 64-acre reservoir is a popular swimming, boardsailing, non-motorized boating, and fishing area. The park is 183 acres in size at an elevation of 3,199 feet. The site offers flush and vault toilets, disabled fishing pier, showers, change rooms, picnic tables, trashcans, drinking water, a 1.4-mile hiking/nature trail, public phone and special events during the summer months. Day use fees are charged from Memorial Day through Labor Day: for non-resident visitors, the day use fee is $5 per vehicle.

Montana Department of Fish Wildlife and Parks
2300 Lake Elmo Drive
Billings, MT 59105
(406) 247-2940

The whole body cryotherapy industry has been in the USA about 6 years, but has been used in Europe for over 30 years. We are fortunate to have one of the only 3 minute hyper-cooling cryochambers in the northwest region of the United States. Used for chronic pain management for auto immune diseases such as Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Fibromyalgia, and MS, as well as athletic & fitness recovery & performance, this is one stop visitors are not going to want to miss.

805 24th Street W #4
Billings, MT 59102

An Ag Wall Street! Auctions occurring regularly of cattle, hogs, sheep and more!

1802 Minnesota Ave.
Billings, MT 59101

Rose Park is a multi-use recreational facility featuring basketball and horseshoe courts, picnic sites/shelters, jogging trails, public restrooms, a playground, soccer, football, rugby, softball, and baseball fields, a swimming pool, tennis courts, a wading pool and sand volleyball courts. Rose Park also has waterslides open after Memorial Day each year, weather permitting.
At Sartorie Farms, we grow and sell a gamut of fresh veggies. We are your Billings Heights source for farm fresh produce and family fun too! Sartorie Farms offers loads of fun and affordable activities for everyone, such as hayrides, bon fires, parties & picnics, and so much more!

1880 Hawthorne Lane
Billings, MT 59105

Skate World is your place for parties, family entertainment, and safe fun!

Hours of operation vary, call Skate World, or visit: to view a current schedule.

29th St. West and Rosebud Dr.
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 652-1249

South Park features basketball and horseshoe courts, public restrooms, picnic sites/shelters, BBQ's, a playground, a swimming pool, tennis courts, wading pool, softball and baseball fields.
Brought to life in 2005 SteepWorld is over 2500 square feet of climbing gym with a gear shop to supply all your climbing needs as well as a few extras. We’d love to help you find the equipment/toys you need, host your party, teach you to climb, or just provide you with a great place to get in shape.

208 N. 13st St.
Billings, MT 59101

Swords Rimrock Park and Black Otter Trail feature historic sites, scenic drives, jogging trails, a bike path and underdeveloped nature areas.

Download Swords Rimrock Park Trail Map

Learn more about the Yellowstone Kelly Interpretive Site

813 16th St. West
Billings, MT 59102

The Grand Escape Room is a real-life escape game for small groups of people. The common goal is to escape from the locked room in under 60 minutes by finding clues hidden within the room.

THE GRAND ESCAPE ROOM is challenging for all ages. The best chance of escaping in time requires working together as a team. Players will quickly learn to think outside the box as they communicate and observe the hidden clues that build toward their escape. Will you be able to escape in time? Plan your escape today!

801 14th St. W. Space A
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 860-8243

The Reef Indoor Water Park is the largest indoor water park in the state of Montana; it’s as large as a football field! Come speed down the Barracuda Blaster or The Tropical Twister, which are three stories high! Afterwards, take a refreshing dip in the wave pool. For those parents who just want to relax, we have a 25-person hot tub. If you’re hungry check out Ripp’s Café, it has an assortment of food, pizza, hot dogs and novelty ice cream.

There is something for everyone at The Reef Indoor Water Park!

1801 Majestic Lane
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 839-9283

Family friendly ten lane indoor shooting range with firearm rentals,sales,and a full service shooting related retail area

1020 Central Ave, Ste 4
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 294-5711

Welcome to Western Romance Company. Our goal is to provide authentic western activities and events for everyone. For all individuals, families and company parties, come experience the West at its Best! From the adventurous Rocky Mountains to the rolling Montana plains, our wagons, horses, equipment, chefs, entertainers, and livestock have provided an arsenal of entertainment and adventure cowboy style. We are locally owned and operated. We invite you to browse our website for your next activity in and around the Billings, Montana area.

3512 Boothill Rd.
Huntley , MT 59037
(406) 348-2048

Drag strip hosting multiple events. Check out our website for more details!

1415 S 32nd St W
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 669-3300

Experience wild Montana at the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary! Our organization provides lifelong sanctuary to non-releasable native Montana wildlife while sharing a message of conservation and education. Visit our walk-through facility any time of year to discover and learn about wildlife such as black bears, foxes, wolves, birds of prey, mountain lions, bison, and more. Check our website and Facebook page for updates on hours, prices, events, tours, and education programs. See you soon!

Formerly known as Beartooth Nature Center

615 2nd St E
Red Lodge, MT

ZooMontana is the regions only Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) accredited zoo. With over 70-acres, the zoo is home to both native and non-native species, specializing in northern-latitude animals. Visitors can admire animals in a natural setting, housed in state-of-the-art exhibits. The zoo currently hosts over 80,000 visitors annually and is one of the region’s most popular tourist attractions. Major exhibits include Amur Tigers, River Otters, Grizzly Bear, Big Horn Sheep, Wolverine, Grey Wolves, Red Pandas, Sika Deer, Bald Eagle, Pygmy Marmoset, and a turn of the century homestead stead house and barn. Visitors can also enjoy the Sensory Garden, one of many botanical gardens located at ZooMontana. The zoo offers a unique space available for family reunions, company picnics, retreats, birthday parties and weddings.
It is ZooMontana’s mission to; create for our visitors an enjoyable and recreation experience while fostering an appreciation for wildlife through education and conservation.


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