Sure, I'm stretching the definition of 'town' a bit but 'census designated place' doesn't have much personality. Montana is the perfect state to search for super small towns that have real charm and/or something pretty cool in their backyard.
Let's get smarter about the town we all know and love - Bozeman, Montana. Totally random facts are always fun to learn. Sure, you probably didn't need to know this stuff but it might make for a good conversation starter at a party or something. Plus, we threw in a few general "Montana" facts for good measure.
It's easy to assume Wyoming doesn't have a lot going on simply because it's the least populated state in the country. You'd be wrong, of course, but the people that live there seem to be just fine with that misconception.
The population of the entire state of Montana recently passed the one million mark. In fact, according to worldpopulationreview.net, it's about 1,042,646. The Bozeman Daily Chronicle posted an article a couple weeks ago about how the population of Bozeman and surrounding areas like Belgrade and Manhattan are growing a lot faster than other places in Montana...
Bozeman was the sixth fastest growing “micro area” in the country between July 2013 and July 2014.
That’s according to information released today by the U.S. Census Bureau.