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Recent Livingston property reviews

  • Rainbow Bend is an amazing place!

    "This place is great! Close to Yellowstone National park! Great restaurants! Chico's hot springs! Floating the river was fantastic. If you are looking for a great/relaxing get-a-way, go to Rainbow Bend! It's peaceful and the views from the cabin are amazing! Highly recommend this vacation home!"
    Guest: Jeff Date of Stay: August 2013 Review Submitted: September 17, 2013
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  • Outstanding Property and Unbeatable Value

    "Of the many VRBO properties I've rented, this place ranks at the very top. It's meticulously clean, well furnished with many antiques, quiet, and with bookshelves filled with Montana books. The charming bungalow is two-blocks from Livingston's vibrant Main Street and its bookstores, coffee houses, public library, museums, and restaurants. The owner runs a tight ship which means that when you arrive, the place will be in A+ condition. I thoroughly enjoyed my 2-week holiday here and will definitely book another visit. Incidentally, Yellowstone NP is less than an hour drive from Livingston. Historic Virginia City and Nevada City are about 90 minutes from the rental property. In short, this property is a great rental for the price. You won't find a better value."
    Guest: ronald j. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 21, 2014
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  • Fantastic!!

    "My husband and I were in Livingston recently for a wedding and we chose the Sweetwater Guesthouse. The condo was fantastic!! It was extremely well appointed, very clean, comfortable, and walking distance to all the restaurants and galleries. We were so pleased with the accommodations, we were actually happy it rained on Saturday morning so we could stay in a bit. If you're headed to Livingston, don't pass this one up--it's well worth the money. Thank you, Sweetwater!!!"
    Guest: Rowena E. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 1, 2014
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  • Excellent Property

    "Recently in the area on business, I found the Montana Creekside Guest House to be excellent in all respects. I highly recommend this property whether traveling for business or pleasure."
    Guest: JP Date of Stay: June 2013 Review Submitted: July 2, 2013
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Livingston Travel Tips

Historical and Cultural Attractions near Livingston Vacation Rentals

Livingston is a modern city that evolved from humble beginnings. Originally, it was a trading post on the Yellowstone River. With the arrival of the railroads to the region, it became the town where railway locomotives and carriages were serviced before they took the steep ascent to the town of Billings. One of Livingston’s most interesting historical attractions is the Livingston Depot which houses the railroad museum. Here, you can photograph artifacts from the early railway days. The nearby Yellowstone Gateway Museum documents the area’s history, with archeological finds and remnants of the early pioneer days of the region. For those who are passionate about fly fishing, the Fly Fishing Discovery Center is a tribute to this popular sport.

Like many other cities in Montana, Livingston is cowboy country. Each year, the Livingston Roundup is a major event on the rodeo calendar. Cowboys and cowgirls from all over the United States come to the event to participate in a variety of disciplines. These include saddle bronc riders, barrel racers, bull riders and team ropers. It is a great event to be a part of and even as a spectator, you can get into the spirit of things.

Because of the region’s scenic beauty, it has over the years attracted many artists. The result is many art galleries in and around town. The galleries host a wide range of artistic styles and forms. Browse through an open-air sculpture gallery and sophisticated downtown gallery. You can hop from place to place until you find that perfect piece.

The famous Yellowstone National Park is within easy driving distance of Livingston. Many people traveling to the park by road often pass through the city. The park offers wildlife viewing, nature trails and spectacular scenery.

Seasons to Visit Livingston Lodging

To enjoy all the attractions the area has to offer, the best time to travel is during the summer months. This is when most of the major festivals and events occur, including the Livingston Roundup. For art enthusiasts, there is a guided art walk through the city on the fourth Friday of each month during the summertime. This is something not to be missed. The railroad museum is only open during the summer months. The Summerfest is a huge outdoor music event that takes place each year in the third week of July. A host of different bands and artists provide nonstop musical entertainment for the duration of the festival.

Home-Style Comforts at Livingston Cabins

The vacation homes in Livingston are mostly large and spacious. Many are set on the outskirts of the city on large acreages and have great views over the valley. You can expect cozy fireplaces, wide outdoor decks and spacious living areas. The lounges and dining areas are comfortably furnished, and most kitchens are equipped with a host of modern appliances that help to make catering easy.

Travelers to Montana Vacation Rentals in Livingston

Livingston is an ideal vacation destination for families. There are so many aspects of American culture and history available for children to learn about. The many museum exhibits are as interesting for adults as they are for children. Events that attract people of all ages are the Roundup and Summerfest. Then there are also the nature lovers who are just passing through on their way to explore the treasures of nearby Yellowstone National Park. There are many activities in the area that attract outdoor enthusiasts. There are whitewater rafting, hiking, horseback riding, fly fishing and mountain biking trails to keep visitors entertained.

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