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Recent Yellowstone Country reviews

  • Fantastic!

    "This was our first trip to Big Sky and it will not be our last! We had a wonderful experience!. The room was as pictured. Full kitchen and 2 bathrooms.Breakfast was included each morning, yes the food was almost the same every morning, however there was a good variety. Slope side ski valet was convenient. The heated pool was a nice way to relax after sometime on the slopes. The concierge was very helpful. Centrally located.We will use VRBO again and this property particularly."
    Guest: Beth Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 25, 2015
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  • Spacious, comfortable and beautiful house

    "We were a party of about 13 people including kids. The house was very comfortable for all of us. Every one of us just loved the house. The kitchen was fully equipped, the rooms very comfortable. The living room and the family room were very spacious allowing everyone to be comfortably seated at the same time. The views around the house are very beautiful. I would like to thank the property manager who was very helpful and responded right away whenever I had any questions. Over all very clean, comfortable, spacious house. I would definitely like to stay at this house next time I visit Yellowstone."
    Guest: LM Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 20, 2014
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  • Great ski trip

    "We went to Low Dog Lodge with 6 guys for our annual ski trip. Everything about the Low Dog Lodge was fantastic. Matt was very easy to communicate with, the house was perfect and had everything we could possibly want. We really enjoyed the layout of the house with an open living/kitchen/dining area and plenty of sleeping options that were private and great. The ski room was a great place for our things to keep wet clothes and boots to dry out away from the rest of the house. If I had a ski house of my own, I would model it on the Low Dog Lodge. The ski out run down to the lift was a breeze. The ski in was a little tricky, but driving up to pick people up at the main areas was a five minute trip. Very easy. We'd all go again in a heartbeat. Thanks."
    Guest: Ted C. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 26, 2015
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  • Beautiful home with breathtaking views!

    "This property will not disappoint! The minute you walk in the front door you feel at home. Nothing was overlooked as far as items you need while on vacation. Leave your shampoo/conditioner/body wash and hairdryers at home! Kitchen was fully stocked with every utensil and appliance you could want and then some. The hot tub was very clean and well taken care of. I usually stay away from them but this one was calling my name! The nights were very chilly (around 38 degrees) so we had a fire in the fireplace almost every night. The firewood stocked outside of the front door is a great bonus! My only complaints are the bath towels (although plentiful) were very small and thin. The ones for the hot tub were better. Also, there were no hangers in the closets. Most people renting this house are arriving by airplane from out of state and do not have room to pack hangers. My last complaint is that the beds were not overly comfortable. They were very soft and had no support. The down filled pillows were not great either. I did not want to leave Big Sky but I could not wait to get home to my own bed. That being said, I would not hesitate to rent this house again. The advantages outweigh the disadvantages. We had the best vacation EVER and loved staying in Big View Chalet!"
    Guest: Amanda A. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 1, 2014
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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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