The cabin is a duplex. This listing is for the "B unit" - it has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths (1250 square feet). Please inquire if you are interested in renting both sides. Each unit has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, full kitchen with refrigerator, stove and microwave, Dish TV, Wi-Fi, laundry and outside grill. We only have 1 unit available from August 11th through October 31st, 2018. Feel free to inquire if you have any questions.
This beautiful home is surrounded by mountains and overlooks Henry's Lake. The views are stunning. Large group or small, Bearadise can accommodate. Located just 20 miles from Yellowstone National Park, we offer 2 units for small or large groups or families. Each unit is fully equipped and spaciously designed to insure comfort and privacy. The entire home is decorated with Bear and Moose motifs which are fun and reflective of the abundant wildlife that can be seen in the area. Antelope, deer, elk, coyote, prairie dogs, squirrel and the occasional bear can be seen nearby. Bald eagles soar through this big sky area. Moose can be found in the swampy areas of the many lakes and streams.
Each duplex unit has - first floor 2 entries, closets, living room, dining room, kitchen (with stove, refrigerator, microwave) and a bathroom with a shower. Upstairs 3 bedrooms and a master bath with shower/tub. There is a washer and dryer in each unit. Each unit is 1250 square feet, has breathtaking views and is truly a home away from home.
Bearadise at Henry's Lake is conveniently located off Hwy 87 near the Continental Divide where Idaho, Wyoming and Montana meet near the Snake and Madison Rivers. This part of the United States is unrivaled in its beauty, bounty and majestic splendor.
Witness the many unique natural wonders of Yellowstone National Park, just 20 minutes from your front door. With Henry's Lake boat launch right across the road, Bearadise is a fisherman's dream location. Waterfalls, hot springs, geysers, mountain lakes, peaks, world renowned rivers, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, WY, Big Sky, and Bozeman, MT are all an easy day trip away. Visit Quake Lake, swim and fish Hebgen Lake. Horseback ride Harriman State Park, see Red Rock National Wildlife Refuge and the Mesa Falls scenic Byway. Equally enjoyable are the historical sites of mining towns Virginia and Nevada City, Johnny Sacks Big Springs Cabin, the Historical Society and Union Pacific Museums. Walk in the footsteps of the Indians, mountain men, early pioneers, miners and adventurers who crossed these plains and valleys hundreds of years ago. Blaze the same trails as the Lewis and Clark expedition explored in their quest for passage over the divide to the Pacific Ocean in the 1800's.
Share in the mother lode. Climb the peaks, hike or ride the 1000's of miles of local trails. Swim, boat, float or fish the many world class lakes, rivers and streams. Almost every recreational opportunity is available nearby, including birding, wildlife identification, hiking, rock climbing, zip lining, biking, swimming, boating, white water rafting, golf, chuck wagon dinners under the stars and more. Numerous special events such as rodeos, concerts, plays, dinner theaters and the infamous Mountain Man Rendezvous dot the seasonal calendar of things to do. (See West Yellowstone, MT Chamber of Commerce, Island Park Idaho, Chanmber of Commerce, Ennis MT Chamber of Commerce, Yellowstone National Park)