|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Ponca Creek Inn is in a this cabin is beautifully decorated with a rustic woodsy touch, that makes you feel that you are truly on vacation! This cabin offers all you need to enjoy yourself and relax after a long day in Yellowstone Park, just bring your food and personal toiletries for showers, and have fun!
Satellite t.V., large deck with chairs, gas grill & fire pit
and use of half of the garage for your toys.
*main level: kitchen and living room, washer and dryer, full bath and 1-bedroom with king size bed with a nice restful memory foam mattress.
*upstairs/loft: 1-bedroom+loft/1-bathroom, with 3 queen beds and a 3/4 bath. 1-bedroom with queen bed.
Thank you for sharing your wonderful home! We were there with one other couple and it was a good location for us - approximately 30 minutes to West Yellowstone and 40 minutes to west entrance to Yellowstone. The home is well supplied with dishes, glasses, etc., and we enjoyed grilling and fixing several meals while we relaxed in the evening. We appreciated finding some basic kitchen items that were left from previous guests (coffee filters, aluminum foil, and a few spices). We were able to purchase all needed food items in the grocery stores in West Yellowstone. The Robin's Roost in Island Park also has most essentials. Bedrooms are fairly small but the large loft area gave us enough room for clothes and suitcases. One suggestion we would make is that guests be allowed to leave their garbage in the garage (wthout paying an additional fee) instead of having to make a trip to the landfill the day of departure. Overall, the property is clean and well maintained. We had a great vacation and would love to visit again!
We were pleasantly surprised at the nice cabin we were to,stay in-matched it's picture totally. The cabin was easily accessible, beautiful setting plus nicely furnished. The cabin is centrally located for the places we wanted to go and had nice restaurants nearby. The only item not supplied that I could have used was an iron, otherwise we couldn't have asked for anything more.
The cabin was very clean and comfortable. It is attractively decorated. I would definitely stay there again and recommend it to orhers.
We have stayed at Ponca Creek for the last two years! We love the location, and accessibility to the snowmobile trails. The floor plan fits out family perfect, it feels like home. Very reasonably priced for the size and location! We would recommend this to our friends and family.
We have stayed in this cabin 3 different times. We LOVE it! It's always clean, comfortable and the location is awesome! We love that there is a garage to park in. We love Island Park and it's partly due to the fact that this cabin is so great to stay in. We will be back in again in summer 2016!
Nice place with no surprizes. I would do again.
Yellowstone National Park
Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is America's first national park. Located in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, it is home to a large variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk.
Preserved within Yellowstone National Park are Old Faithful and a collection of the world's most extraordinary geysers and hot springs, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
Island Park Idaho
The city of Island Park, for all other descriptive words, is 'unique' in its entirety. It was incorporated in May 1947 to meet a state law requiring businesses that serve or sell alcoholic beverages to be within incorporated towns.
The city's government at the time drew up the city's boundaries to include all the businesses from the Last Chance area north to the Montana border that desired licenses to serve and sell alcoholic beverages.
All other areas of what is now known as the Island Park Recreational area remained in Fremont County.
Because of this, most of the city's 'main street' is U. S. 20, a major highway lined with fine lodges, motels, restaurants, lounges, C-stores, gas stations, tackle shops and recreational vehicle and snowmobile rental businesses.
And since 36.8 miles of U. S. 20 are in the city, the city of Island Park proudly boasts that it has the 'longest Main Street in America', although its width is 500 to 5,000 feet!
ISLAND PARK is a fisherman's paradise in the summer as well as in the winter with spectacular ice fishing. Henry's lake produces 13 inch to 24 inch and occasionally 30 inch trout; cutthroat, rainbow and brook trout. Fifty percent are natural spawn.
You can float with guide services or stream fish, troll with your own boat or float tube. Island Park Reservoir is very similar to Henry's lake game fish.
You will see moose, elk, bear, and even an occasional bison as you fish in the various areas available.
Earthquake Lake 'Quake Lake'
On August 17, 1959 at 11:37pm several faults in the Madison River Area moved at the same time causing an earth quake that triggered a massive landslide.
The slide moved at 100 miles per hour and happened in less than one minute. Over 80 million tons of rock crashed into the narrow canyon, burying and open meadow where some campers had stopped for the night.
The landslide completely blocked the Madison River and caused it to form Earthquake Lake.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
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Cabin rates may vary.
Please call our office for our off season specials. book 7 nights anytime
and get 1 night free. must call to book over phone. 208-558-9675
Island Park Reservation Specialists
Office: 208-558-9675 Fax: 208-558-9676
P.O. Box 256 Island Park, Id. 83429
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