Big Sky Community Corp.’s mission is to promote, acquire, preserve and maintain land, parks, trails and easements for use by the Big Sky community and the general public.
BSCC manages 83 acres of public parkland and more than 13 miles of public trails.
A number of community-driven programs and committees have formed under the BSCC umbrella including the Big Sky Tennis Association, Camp Big Sky, Crail Ranch Conservators, Big Sky Softball League, Big Sky Disc Golf League, Big Sky Natural Resource Council, Big Sky Parks Committee, and Big Sky Trails Committee.
BSCC programs operate primarily through dedicated volunteers and donors, allowing the organization to offer a variety of recreational opportunities and programing that serve Big Sky residents and visitors.
BSCC is working on a number of exciting projects for summer 2014.
The group will begin with construction on five miles of new trails near Big Sky Town Center and will continue to map a route for an additional three miles of trail to be built in summer 2015. The Community Park will host a record number of softball players this year, as well as several new team sports including flag football and kickball.
The Big Sky Natural Resource Council is heading a Bear Smart effort to educate residents and visitors, and manage human-bear conflicts in Big Sky. Camp Big Sky is expanding to accommodate a wider age group and co-hosting school productions with Big Sky Broadway. Online registration for camp will be offered on the BSCC website in mid-May.
In addition, Crail Ranch plans to build a new structure on their property, and will host tours on weekends throughout the summer.
Big Sky Community Corp. is supported by Big Sky Resort. Visit bsccmt.org to learn more information.