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Big Sky Town Center is located in the ski and summer resort of Big Sky high in the Rocky Mountains of southwest Montana. Within the town of Big Sky, the Town Center is centrally located 7 miles below Lone Mountain (and its two resorts) and at the turn-off to the renowned private community of the Yellowstone Club.
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Driving Directions to Big Sky Town Center
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From Big Sky Resort or Moonlight Basin (Mountain Village): Head east on Hwy. 64 (Lone Mountain Trail) towards the Meadow Village for approximately 7 miles. Big Sky Town Center will be on your right marked with a large entry monument sign!
From Yellowstone Club: Head northeast on Ousel Falls Rd. towards the meadow for approximately 4 miles. The heart of Big Sky Town Center follows the last half-mile of Ousel Falls Rd!
From Hwy. 191 (Gallatin Canyon): Turn west onto Hwy. 64 (Lone MountainTrail) at the stoplight. Big Sky Town Center is 3 miles from the Big Sky turnoff. Turn left just past the Big Sky Golf Course at the large Town Center entry monument sign.
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The Story of Big Sky Town Center
The resort of Big Sky is a young community built on world-class recreational interests and a respect for nature. Like a village piazza, the Big Sky Town Center is the natural gathering place of the area, where everyone comes together.
Town Center History
In the early 1970’s after Chet Huntley announced that his plans for Big Sky included a Meadow Village and a Mountain Village, Bob Simkins and Jim Taylor bought the Sappington Ranch, which contains a part of the Town Center project.
Master Developer Simkins Holdings, LLC has been actively working on securing the development rights for the project since the late 1990’s, and the first infrastructure projects were completed in 2001.
The momentum for the project has continued to increase over the past few years, and now that the project is about 18% built out, it’s beginning to take on a life of its own, as many residents find it a very desirable place to live, and business owners find it a profitable place to open up shop.
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Big Sky Montana’s Downtown Community
The 165-acre walking village is surrounded by spectacular 11,000 foot snow-capped peaks. Although the slopes look close enough to touch, they’re a few thousand feet above the shops and homes, giving you a milder living climate with mountain access just minutes away.
The casual pace of the Town Center, and all of Big Sky, is set by its residents and visitors. Here you’ll never feel rushed, and with the variety of shops and services, the Town Center provides the “Downtown” of this alpine community… a central place bordered by flower filled meadows and dramatic peaks.
The Town Center is nestled in the heart of Big Sky, southwest Montana’s hub of world-famous recreation and nature, just fifteen miles from Yellowstone National Park. As the newest of the Rocky Mountain four season resort areas, Big Sky uniquely blends all of the amenities you need, yet still retains the free spirit, authenticity, and emotion that comes from a community still being discoveredeveryday, from points around the world.
View the site plan of the Town Center here: Big Sky Town Center- Site Plan
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