Nestled on the banks of the Yellowstone River, Livingston is surrounded by three mountain ranges: the Crazy, Absaroka and Bridger mountains.
Livingston is located about 55 miles from the Roosevelt Arch and the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park, the country's first national park. With a population of 7,000, Livingston provides all the amenities of a major city but offers the safety and charm of small-town living.
Whether searching for a quaint mountain town to spend a vacation or wanting a good place to start a new business, Livingston might be just what you're looking for.
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Livingston's economic climate has fared better than the national average, and is the perfect place for business opportunities to thrive. In addition, through the Vision Livingston Downtown Partnership, Livingston is engaged in an effort to enhance and expand economic activity in the central business district. The best 'job benefit' to working in Livingston is that you get to play in Livingston as well !
When planning a visit to Livingston, the most difficult task is narrowing down what to do. With the area offering everything from fishing and hunting to art walks and farmers markets, having enough to keep you busy is never a problem. Livingston sits on the doorstep to Yellowstone National Park, the country's first national park . With fun events happening year round, every season is a good season to be in Livingston.