The cabins are located on the Yellowstone River, at the door of Yellowstone National Park. They are very comfortable, modern and convenient, yet in a very private setting (not on the highway). There are two master suites with two luxury queen beds and two baths in each cabin – which will sleep eight.
The kitchens are bright and roomy. They are well-stocked and include a microwave oven, wide-slot toaster, blender, coffee maker, and complete dinnerware, cookware, and utensils.
These vacation cabins are located about 47 miles from Livingston and about 70 miles from Bozeman. There is a county airport in Gardiner and the Bozeman commercial …
Yellowstone National Park is America's first national park, established in 1872. It spans three states; Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, and is home to a large variety of wildlife including wolves, bison, bears and elk.
Yellowstone is probably most famous for Old Faithful and the spectacular collection of the world's most extraordinary geysers and hot springs.
Other must-see features include the amazing Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
The Visitor Centers have exhibits of natural and cultural history, and Ranger-led summer programs begin just after Memorial Day and run through the season. There are Junior Ranger programs, evening …
Yellowstone National Park has been called "one of the top ten fly-fishing spots in the world."
The Yellowstone, Madison and Gibbon are some of the many spectacular rivers and streams that bring anglers from all over to vie for wild trout.
The blue-ribbon streams aren't limited to Yellowstone, however. The Big Hole, Blackfoot, Boulder and Gallatin all share that distinction in addition to the Yellowstone and Madison.
There are guides available and the opportunity to discover a lesser-known spots off the beaten track. Drift boat rentals and gear are available at one of the many fly-fishing shops in the area.
Recreation in Montana spans for all seasons – spring, summer, fall, and winter.
In the winter, Yellowstone country is magically transformed beneath a blanket of snow. Cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and wildlife viewing are some of the most popular activities.
In the spring, summer, and fall, activities include fishing, hiking, horseback riding, birdwatching, pack trips, whitewater rafting, kayaking, and hunting. Yellowstone National Park is waiting with sights and year-around activities for your enjoyment. Phone numbers for Gardiner area recreation.
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Yellowstone Park and the surrounding area is abundant with a variety of wildlife. Here are a few of the more common and a little bit about them:
The Pronghorn, pictured here, is one of the fastest land animals in North America, primarily because speed equals survival for this fleet-footed creature.
Buffalo, or Bison, can be up to 6 feet tall and weigh 2,000 pounds. Don't be fooled by its seemingly gentle-giant appearance. Bison, when annoyed, can react quickly and can run up to 30 miles an hour, much to the dismay of tourists who crowd the animals for photo ops.
Bighorn sheep are often a breath-taking sight as they navigate cliffs …
Montana has been called "The Last Best Place" because it offers spectacular scenery, uncrowded activities, welcoming people, fresh air and plenty to do for all ages.
You can sit back and soak in the beauty, letting nature entertain and relax you, or you can join the fun by hiking, fishing, taking a photo safari, white-water rafting, exploring the national park and forests, rock-hounding, climbing, picnicking and more.
There's no better place for family fun and adventure. Yellowstone National Park is full of opportunities to see wildlife as well as the unique geological features that define the area. …