Big Sky Town Center is located in the heart of Big Sky’s meadow village at the intersection of Lone Mountain Trail and Ousel Falls Road. It is the main community gathering place for dining, retail and events in Big Sky. You can also find a medical center, residences and the Wilson Hotel. Below we’ve compiled a comprehensive guide with everything to discover in Big Sky Town Center.
Dining & Groceries
Big Sky Town Center offers a large selection of dining options all within walking distance. Find a place to park and stroll around Fire Pit Park while you decide where to eat.
Town Center is the best place to find a variety of groceries in Big Sky. Both locally owned, the grocery stores listed below offer the best selection of groceries in the area.
Bars and Breweries
When it’s time to unwind and enjoy an apres drink, there are several great, locally owned bars, breweries and liquor stores in Big Sky Town Center.
If you’re looking to take a break from the slopes or hiking trails, Big Sky Town Center is a great place to shop. You’ll find a variety of stores including outdoor gear and rental shops, men’s and women’s clothing, jewelry, art galleries, locally crafted gifts and more.
Winter activities in Big Sky Town Center
Big Sky town center in the community gathering place for locals and visitors throughout the winter season. Warm up by the fire in Fire Pit Park before grabbing dinner at Albertos or a drink at Enoteca. Relax with a beer and move at Lone Peak Cinema. You can even take a lap around the free Big Sky community ice skating rink! If you’re looking to take a free bus from the meadow up to the mountain to ski at Big Sky Resort, Town Center is the main hub where you’ll go to catch a ride.
Summer activities in Big Sky Town Center
Get out and about enjoying Big Sky’s beautiful summer weather by strolling around and discovering all that Town Center has to offer. Weekly farmers’ markets, free live music and other events bring the community together in Town Center. Some of the area’s most popular trail heads including the accessible and beautiful hike to Ousel Falls are just steps away from convenient. parking at Town Center.
Music in the Mountains
Hosted by the Arts Council of Big Sky, Music in the Mountains offers free live music every Thursday from June through September. Featuring the best up and coming touring musicians in the country as well as established, well-known artists. The our state-of-the-art venue (Center Stage at Town Center Park) provides the perfect backdrop for locals and visitors to come together and enjoy incredible live music under the Big Sky. Don’t miss out on the annual July 4 concert, the Big Sky Classical Music Festival, and a free performance from Montana Shakespeare in the Parks!
Big Sky PBR
Deemed “Big Sky’s Biggest Week”, Big Sky PBR (professional bull riding) takes place in Town Center every year at the end of July. This multi-weekend event features music, auctions, family events and of course a lot of incredible bull riding. In 2017, the professional bull riders voted the Big Sky PBR “Event of the Year” for the fifth year in a row.
For the past 11 years Big Sky has been offering up the best local produce, crafts art and more at the weekly Farmer’s Market. Held in the Town Center Plaza in front of the new Wilson Hotel every Wednesday beginning at 5pm from June through September.
Other annual events include the Christmas Stroll, Halloween Block Party and more.
The Wilson Hotel in Big Sky Town Center is the first major hotel chain project for Big Sky. Lone Mountain Land Company broke ground on the Wilson Hotel on July 21, marking the addition of Big Sky’s first major hotel brand. The Wilson Hotel in Town Center, a Marriott Residence Inn, opened during the 2018-2019 ski season.The hotel’s name pays tribute to President Woodrow Wilson, who signed the congressional act that created the National Parks Service in 1916, and recognizes Wilson Peak, one of the most prominent mountains in the Spanish Peaks overlooking Big Sky. The hotel is designed as an all-suite hotel, consisting of 129 units available for reservation, commercial space, a full-service restaurant, a bar/lounge area, meeting spaces, a fitness center, pool and more. Each room has a kitchenette, making it ideal for extended ski and summer vacationers.
Big Sky Medical Center
Opened in 2015, the Big Sky Medical Center provides healthcare to those living in and visiting Big Sky and Southern Gallatin County. Five doctors are on medical staff at BSMC and its family medicine clinic. Also under the same roof are the Big Sky Pharmacy and Lone Peak Physical Therapy, making BSMC an integrated medical facility meeting many of the community’s health needs.