Billings, Montana’s Trailhead is your ideal sports event destination We know how to host athletes. From rodeo chutes to dugouts, soccer nets to basketball hoops, tennis courts to wrestling mats, Billings has long been a regional center for tournament action and competition on every level and in virtually every sport. We also provide excellent recreational activities including fly fishing, kayaking, bike trails, golfing and folfing. Billings has the venues and the services to make our turf the best turf for your game. Every July, Billings is home to the Big Sky State Games, the largest state games in the region, with nearly 40 sports catering to 10,000 athletes. Every February, Billings is the host to the Montana All-Class High School Wrestling Tournament with another 10,000 athletes and their fans in attendance. We should also mention the Montana Women’s Run in May, where more than 6,000 women from every walk of life flood the streets of downtown Billings. Centrally located between Denver, Calgary, Spokane and Minneapolis, Billings is served by major airlines including Delta, United, Alaska Airlines and Allegiant. We are one connection away with direct service from major hubs including Denver, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Seattle and Los Angeles, to name a few. Billings is extremely affordable with our bed tax just over half the national average and no sales tax. After you practice and compete, you can celebrate at any of our specialty or chain restaurants, enjoy our brewery tour or visit any of our historical, cultural or family-oriented attractions. Every game is about the turf – are you on yours or theirs? It’s about working hard and enjoying your sport… and also enjoying where you choose to play. Visit our website at www.VisitBillings.com and choose Billings, Montana’s Trailhead as your sports destination. STATS • More than 4,200 sleeping rooms, with a lodging tax half of the national • Regional positioning with quality air service, direct flights and no sales tax • Regional retail and restaurant options and historical, art and family-oriented attractions • 10,000-seat Rimrock Auto Arena with more than 100,000 square feet of meeting/exhibit space • Dehler Park Baseball Stadium features more than 2,500 stadium seats, 500 bleacher seats and a grass berm • Two tennis facilities, softball and soccer complex, two colleges with sports venues • Five golf courses, lacrosse/rugby field, cross country/biking trails, fishing and shooting/archery facilities
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