I have been visiting this park since I was 9-years old [I am 35 now]. This park spans a wide swath of land which includes parts of the Yellowstone River, backs up to the Fairgrounds, has another river/lake at the front and middle of the park. There are a few statues with some Montana and Livingston history enscribed on them.... 更多
While vacationing in the Livingston area, took the children to the park to blow off some pent up energy. Other adults with children showed up, both locals and visitors, and the kids had a blast. They all played together, and the adults introduced themselves. The kids didn't even know we were there. They played and ran hard in the children's... 更多
We went here for the weekly Farmers Market. The park itself is right on the Yellowstone River and also has a band shell, swimming pool, walking paths, a statue with information about Sacajawea and her importance to the area etc. the market is every Wed until mid September. Lots of fresh veggies and fruits plus vendors with products. The park... 更多
Love hanging down at the park. There is a nice running area next to the Yellowstone, or if your not into running. There are benches for you to sit down and relax. There are fun events during the summer months and the town really takes pride in the area.
This park has a nice ice public swimming pool. Great access area for playing in the river. In the summer every Wednesday is farmer's market and local craft and artisan sale day.
My wife and I took our young grandsons to the weekly Farmer's Market. The park is bordered by the Yellowstone River and the Livingston Lagoon. We enjoyed the featured entertainment --Joey Fender and band. We purchased belt bucked and snow cones for our grandsons. We purchased canned pickles and beets from the Hutterites, soap made by a local vendor, and... 更多
...but the No Dogs Allowed signs kept us out. C'mon, Livingston, can't you open up at least a section of this cool oasis to those of us responsible dog-owners who will pick up after our pets and appreciate this park?
Went there after a filling supper at Gil's Goods. Met a local guy who was very friendly and gave us quite a few tips on things to do around town. Gorgeous view of the river and the mountains.