Livingston - the Original Gateway to Yellowstone National Park - lies on the banks of the Yellowstone River. The spacious valleys and rugged mountains give residents and visitors room to breathe and enjoy an unfettered lifestyle in a very clean and scenic environment.
Livingston is the county seat in Park County. Park County is what the rest of Montana would like to be. It is here that the Rocky Mountains give way to the plains that stretch to the horizon, the Blue Ribbon trout streams turn and head to the Mississippi River and the Big Sky opens wide. Located in south-central Montana, Livingston is nestled in a lovely valley surrounded by the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area, the Gallatin and Crazy Mountains. Livingston sits below the first canyon of the Yellowstone River, along the original and only year round entrance to Yellowstone National Park.