Bozeman, yet again, ranks again at the top of another high profile list of quality places to live in the United States. This time in the New York Post Time Out section. Read on…
15 Best Places to Live in the US
New York Post
By Becky Dalzell, Time Out
September 14, 2016
American cities seem to have upped their game all at once. From hosting the best craft beer breweries in America to boasting enticing bike trails and some of the best national parks in the U.S., some of our country’s cities are livable paradises. Although higher rents often follow top school programs, incredible cultural offerings and the opening of culinary destinations, some towns have managed to balance incredible allure with affordability. Analyzing their unique appeal, affordable rents, top notch school systems, cultural events, green spaces, amazing weather and overall safety, we hereby rank the cities and towns that are considered the best places to live in the U.S. right now. And, just in case you weren’t looking to move but just take a trip, check out the best family vacations in America.
1. Bozeman, MT
For outdoor enthusiasts, it’s hard to beat this Rocky Mountain city of 43,000, a population that keeps growing. World-class skiing, rafting, fishing, and hiking are all close by; Yellowstone National Park is an easy day trip; and there’s sunshine an average of 300 days a year. Bozeman is also culturally vibrant, with educated residents—Montana State University has a campus here—a strong tech industry, and a thriving Main Street.