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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Environment, Water, Water Resources, Wetlands Conservation & Management

Mission: The big sky community corporation promotes, acquires and preserves sustainable recreational resources and programming for the use of the big sky community and its visitors.

Programs: Public parks - secure, develop and manage public land for recreational and community uses. Currently care for and operate 83 acres of public parks including, big sky community park, historic crail ranch park, kircher park and ousel falls park. These parks host youth and adult programming along with recreational facilities for residents and visitors to big sky. Programming includes; adult softball league, youth little league, soccer, youth summer camp, hiking, biking, running, cross-country skiing, skateboarding, frisbee golf, tennis, pickleball, historic docent tours, educational programs and community events. Facilities include pavillions, softball fields, playgrounds, tennis/pickleball courts, fields, skateboard park, frisbee golf course, basketball courts, climbing boulders, picnicking areas, fishing access and a historic homestead museum.

public trails - attain and hold public trail easements, construct new trails and maintain trails for big sky residents and its visitors. Currently care for and operate 16 miles of public trails for recreational uses and safe pedestrian and bicycle routes throughout the community.

camp big sky - organization and operation of the camp big sky and big sky broadway for more than 100 youth ages 5-14 years of age annually, promoting youth programs and athletics during the summer months. These programs include environmental education, swimming, golfing, tennis, soccer, history, hiking, theatre and community service and is the only full-time summer youth program that operates during working hours for parents.

historic crail ranch and other programs

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