If you have toddlers or young children in your life, you probably know that they aren’t always the easiest to entertain, especially when it’s too cold or snowy outside to play properly. Indoor play structures like trampoline parks have started to open up across Montana, but those spots are typically best left to older children.

At last, an indoor playground in Bozeman specifically suited for younger kids has opened in Montana. And if you live in the area, you’ll want to take your little ones to State of Play as soon as possible!

Curious to see State of Play in action? Check out this brief video, courtesy of State of Play on YouTube, to learn more about the philosophy of this family-friendly destination in Bozeman:

Doesn’t this place look fantastic? To learn more and sign up for a play session, check out the State of Play website. Have you ever visited State of Play? What did you think of this indoor playground in Bozeman? Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments below. As always, we would love to hear all about your adventures!

If you’re looking for related content, be sure to check out this family-friendly road trip in Montana that we put together. There’s something on this route to entertain even the youngest of explorers!

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Are there any family-friendly hiking trails in Montana?

Absolutely! While many of Montana's rugged mountain trails are strenuous, it's also true that there are plenty of family-friendly hiking trails in Montana for all ages to enjoy. Some of the best hiking trails to take with kids in Montana include:

  • Palisade Falls, Bozeman
  • St. Mary and Virginia Falls Trail, Glacier National Park
  • Running Eagle Falls Trail, Glacier National Park
  • Diane Gabriel Trail, Makoshika State Park
  • Rat Lake Trail, Gallatin Gateway
  • Pictograph Cave State Park Trail, Billings
  • Sourdough Creek Nature Trail, Bozeman
  • Kootenai Falls Trail, near Troy
  • Trail of the Cedars, Glacier National Park


All of the above trails are just one mile or less -- perfect for tiny hikers!

Does Montana have any indoor waterparks?

Waterparks are typically located outside and are best experienced during the summer months. That is, of course, unless you're talking about the Reef Indoor Water Park. Located in Billings, this epic indoor playground in Montana has all the water fun you need to stay entertained year-round. With giant water slides and a 55,000-gallon wave pool, this indoor destination is the perfect place to spend a cold, rainy day.

What are the best parks to visit in Montana?

It's hard to imagine Montana without its extensive collection of regional, state, and national parks. Some of the very best parks to visit in Montana include the following:

  • Pictograph Cave State Park, Billings
  • Brush Lake State Park, Dagmar
  • Hell Creek State Park, Jordan
  • Painted Rocks State Park, Darby
  • Giant Springs State Park, Great Falls
  • Wayfarers State Park, Bigfork
  • Whitefish Lake State Park, Whitefish
  • Thompson Falls State Park, Thompson Falls
  • Fort Owen State Park, Stevensville
  • Lost Creek State Park, Anaconda
  • Missouri Headwaters State Park, Three Forks
  • Makoshika State Park, Glendive


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