Bozeman ranked amongst 16 suggestions in a December 2015 Article in the Los Angeles Times of places to see in 2016. Other destinations included Botswana, Cartagena, Dublin, Harlem, Iran, Myanmar, Natchez (MS) and Orange County. Below is the paragraph from the article showcasing Bozeman.
Bozeman makes a great gateway to Yellowstone National Park 80 miles south,in part because of Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. Day by day, this college town (population: about 42,000) seems to sprout more reasons for a visitor to linger, especially if it’s summer. The Lark Hotel, opened early this year, has transformed an old motor lodge into a snappy, stylish stop. In its parking lot is the gleaming silver trailer of Victory Taco, a casual food stand that’s also a popular summertime ice cream stop for families strolling Main Street. For more grown-up pleasures, there’s Montana Ale Works, which serves hearty meals and about 40 draft microbrews in a big, old railroad freight building. Locals line up for breakfast at the Nova Café and Main Street Overeasy. But do remember to get to the national park. It was America’s first, after all.Info: www.downtownbozeman.org