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Our cabin is located on the Yellowstone River at the southern end of Paradise Valley, just 4 miles north of Gardiner and the original entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Whether you are coming to visit the park, sample the blue ribbon trout fishing or to enjoy the numerous year round outdoor activities the area has to offer; this location is ideal for you.
Our cabin comes with all of the amenities you would expect to make your stay comfortable. Your covered outdoor porch overlooks the Yellowstone River with spectacular views of the park and Electric Peak. Each bedroom can accommodate up to 4 people, has it's own full bathroom and satellite TV. When you want to kick back in the evening, enjoy the living room's reclining furniture, satellite TV and Franklin stove. The cook will not be disappointed. The kitchen is equipped with a water filtering and ice making refrigerator, quality appliances and cookware and even a variety of spices. A washer and dryer along with all linens and towels for bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchen are also provided.
The area abounds with year round outdoor activities. Winter offers the solitude of snowshoeing, back country and cross country skiing both in the park and in the surrounding National Forest. Spring brings a special treat for bicyclists. While the northern road from Gardiner to Cooke City remains open year round, the remainder of the park is limited to bicycle traffic only for a period in the month of April. As winter run off swells the the Yellowstone River, rafting and kayaking take center stage. Summer offers park visits, fishing and all of the other outdoor activities too numerous to list. Fall wraps up the year with smaller crowds in the park, crisp fresh air, hunting and great fishing.
The Yellowstone Association Institue offers year round classes and information is available on their web site.
Off Peak Season Oct 1 - May 15, 2015 3 night min stay
Peak May 16 - Sep 30, 2015 3 night min stay
Additional information about rental rates
Refundable Damage Deposit$300
A $300 security deposit is required at booking, it also holds the reservation. It is fully refundable within 10 days of departure barring any damage to the property or excessive cleaning needed. Full rental payment is due 30 days prior to arrival. Cancellation policy: 30 days prior to arrival for reservations 7 nights or less, 60 days prior to arrival for reservations 8 nights or more.
Policy available by contacting owner when booking.
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This comfortable cabin is located on the Yellowstone River just 4 miles north of Gardiner, Montana, and the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Blue ribbon fly fishing is just outside your door as well as many other outdoor activities. Winter offers snowshoeing, back country as well as cross country skiing both in the Park and the surrounding National Forest. Spring offers kayaking and white water rafting. Summer offers fishing, hiking, bicycling, horse back riding and of course visits to Yellowstone National Park. The Park itself is a geographical wonder. View abundant wildlife, spectacular geysers, waterfalls, rivers, canyons, mountains as well as participating in all of the activities found within our first national park.
Other Activities: rafting, kayaking, camping, hiking, fly fishing,