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Recent Yellowstone Country reviews

  • Ideal summer escape

    "The house and property actually are more impressive in real life than in the photos. We saw elk, fox, deer in the neighborhood (basically sits between ski runs on Lone Mountain). The house accomodated a clan gathering (11 people (2-73 yo)) with no problem. Yellowstone, fly fishing, horse riding, golfing, hiking are accessible. Big Sky is small enough to be charming, but has groceries and enough good restaurants/bars that it is not necessary to leave. Mariusz is responsive to any issues. Would definitely go back. Maybe Spring skiing next time..."
    Guest: GladToBeAwayFromHouston Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014
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  • The Best in the West

    "We just returned from a wonderful Montana vacation. This house made our stay very enjoyable! We had three couples and 3 of our adult children staying there and we can report there was plenty of room and privacy for everyone! Private baths in 3 of the bedrooms were perfect for the "older generation". Our group came from the east coast, the west coast and the Midwest. What great fun we had meeting up in this beautiful Montana house, enjoying dinners together and catching up with all. The kitchen had everything we needed. It was well stocked with all of the basics, spices and many extras. The kitchen was a joy to cook in with every modern appliance and convenience you might need. Any additional food we needed was easily purchased at the grocery, just 5 minutes from the house. This home was the perfect location for relaxing each evening after a day of fly fishing or rafting on the beautiful nearby rivers. It was also a nice location to head out for day trips to Yellowstone National Park. The views from every window and balcony were spectacular. Wild life came through the property regularly. We especially enjoyed a group of deer that stopped by one evening during a brief, but beautiful, early snow. They made a perfect picture! Adele was great to work with and very attentive before, during and after our stay. I felt like I made a new friend. I highly recommend this home to anyone visiting Montana."
    Guest: Linda S. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 19, 2014
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  • Great Spot for a Family Vacation

    "We spent a wonderful week here with our four grown children, ages 22-29. Between the house and apartment, there was plenty of room for everyone. The house is beautifully set right on the river and we watched deer, eagles and osprey from the front porch. It is in a great location and over the course of the week we went fishing, hiking, rafting, and riding (and saw a bear!). We soaked in the Chico Hot Springs, ate a few delicious meals in Livingston and had a great day in Yellowstone Park. After every adventure, it was so nice coming back to the house to relax, watch the sunset over the river, cook a big dinner and end the day sitting around the fire pit, looking up at that amazing sky full of stars. Having our whole gang together for a week was a huge treat and spending that week here was the icing on the cake."
    Guest: Rachel C. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 1, 2014
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  • Great Stay

    "My family of four had a great 4-night stay in this condo! It was clean, comfortable, warm, and affordable. We especially enjoyed having the washer/dryer, full kitchen, DVDs and cable TV. Everything was just as Danielle described in the advertisement. Danielle was also easy to communicate with and provided excellent directions. Thank you!"
    Guest: Sheila Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: December 29, 2013
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Yellowstone Country Travel Tips

Find Beautiful Yellowstone Vacation Rentals

Yellowstone National Park covers an area of 3,468 square miles and extends through Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. It was the first national park in the world and has a wonderful array of geothermal features, lakes, canyons and mountain ranges which attract many visitors. Yellowstone County in Montana is a great base from which to explore this magnificent area. It was named after the Yellowstone River which runs through the county, providing the opportunity for fishing, kayaking and other watersports.

The Benefits of Yellowstone Vacation Rentals

Choose a custom-built log cabin or more traditional vacation home in Yellowstone as your vacation base. With plenty of space, these homes often have wood-burning stoves, country-style kitchens and plenty of beds to accommodate extended families and larger parties. A vacation home offers plenty of space for everyone to do their own thing in a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Prepare picnic lunches and dinner in the evening in the well-equipped kitchens. A washer and dryer unit may be invaluable after a day out fishing, ATV riding, skiing or hiking. You can even enjoy sitting out late on the porch, enjoying the view from your Yellowstone vacation home as it stays light until 10:30 p.m. during the summer months.

Things to do From Your Yellowstone Lodging

Yellowstone is a great place for a winter snow vacation. From here, visitors can go skiing, snowmobiling and cross country skiing in the winter. During the summer, Yellowstone is the start of miles of mountain biking trails. Visitors can enjoy horseback riding in the Gallatine National Forest, whitewater rafting, hiking, golf and world-class fly fishing. There are several small towns in the area for shopping, dining out and exploring. For a virtual tour of the area, head for the Yellowstone IMAX Theater in the town of West Yellowstone.

Getting to Yellowstone, Montana

Access to Yellowstone Montana is easy during the summer when the West Yellowstone Airport is open. It offers car rentals and a number of West Yellowstone tours can be booked here. The closest major airport to Yellowstone is Salt Lake City International Airport in Utah. Local connections to Billings, 120 miles northeast of Yellowstone, and Bozeman, 90 miles north of the park, may be more convenient. Rental cars must then be hired to complete the journey to your Yellowstone lodging.

Areas to Visit Around Yellowstone Cabins

Along with the western entrance to Yellowstone National Park, the area includes the nearby communities of Island Park, Ashton and Ennis. The Harriman State Park, Quake Lake, the Targhee National Forest, Red Rock Lakes and Henry’s Lake State Park are all wonderful places to explore. The Island Park Reservoir is just across the border in Idaho and has miles of forests trails and water activities. Big Sky is a well-known center for both winter skiing and summer activities.

The Lamar Valley near Cooke City has been nicknamed “the Serengeti of North America” for the huge herds of elk, bison and pronghorn antelope which roam the area along with big horn sheep, wolves, coyotes, mountain goats, grizzlies, black bears and countless birds. The Chico Hot Spring is thought to be part of the underground outflow of Mammoth Hot Springs in Wyoming and a favorite haunt of Hollywood stars.

Paradise Valley lodging is just 30 miles from the entrance to Yellowstone National Park in Montana. It is a beautiful area for hiking or driving in the spectacular scenery. Historic Livingston has many small shops, art galleries and restaurants in its own center.

The Weather in Yellowstone, MT

The summer months in Yellowstone have temperatures between 70 and 80 F although nights are cooler, especially at higher elevations. June may have rain showers but July and August are drier and warmer. Snow may be seen in the fall as temperatures drop as low as 40 F. Winter remains at or below freezing and annual snowfall averages 150 inches. Always be prepared for sudden changes in the weather and carry a jacket at all times.

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