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Billings, Montana truly offers a little something for everyone. As Montana’s largest city, with the greater metro-area population surpassing 180,000 people, Billings combines the rich cultures of the Yellowstone Valley with the vibe of a lively college town. The Billings area offers hundreds of acres of city parks, as well as 47 miles of dedicated walking and biking trails surrounding the city. The popular Lake Elmo State Park features a 64-acre reservoir and fishing pier, as well as a 200-square-foot fenced-in dog park. History enthusiasts will love Pictograph Caves State Park, a National Historic Landmark site located just five minutes from downtown Billings featuring caves with 2,000-year-old cave paintings, pictographs, and other artifacts. Other top attractions include Montana’s only walkable brew trail, the Magic City Blues Festival in August, The NILE Stock Show and Rodeo in October, botanical park ZooMontana, Yellowstone Art Museum, Rocky Mountain College, and Montana State University. For those looking to relocate or launch a business in Billings, local business development group, Think Billings, offers exciting incentives, including job creation and workforce training grants up to $10,000 per employee. Located at the junction of I-90 and I-94, and surrounded by vast spaces and open roads, Billings attracts road trippers and motorcycle enthusiasts who love cruising along the stunning vistas. For Billings residents looking to get away, six airlines serve Billings Logan International Airport, and offer direct flights to Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, Minneapolis, and more.
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