Explore all of Yellowstone in a nearby cabin

Simply put, Yellowstone National Park is breathtaking. The world’s first national park is the home to the famous Old Faithful. It is no doubt that Yellowstone is a park that requires at least a week to fully explore lush forests, an active volcano, gushing rivers, the prized Yellowstone Lake, and many diverse species of wildlife, flora and fauna. While discovering Yellowstone, ditch the hard ground, assembling tents, and semi cold coolers and enjoy a nice comfortable stay at a cabin with a mountain view.mts

This cabin in nearby Livingston, Montana is a terrific base camp for your Yellowstone adventure. Choose Mountain View cabin for a comfortable and affordable stay. Look right out the window or deck for a million dollar view of Emigrant Peak and 8 mile creek. This area is known as Paradise Valley, a very popular area known for its vast beauty. Located 4 miles away, Chico Hot Springs offer hot springs pools and kid friendly grille with live entertainment.

The biggest attraction, Yellowstone National Park is a beautiful 34-mile drive from the cabin. The drive follows the Yellowstone River and places you at Roosevelt Arch, the northwest entrance into Yellowstone National Park. While traveling, you will likely see wildlife and the majestic peaks of the Absaroka/Beartooth mountain range the Gallatin Range.

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Pack a cheese tray and a bottle of wine for the nightly show of a blanket of gleaming stars. Melody and Gene, home owners of the cabin, are terrific local area guides to Yellowstone and Paradise Valley and love to share the area’s unique attractions. Bring your fishing line for premier fishing (please be sure to check Yellowstone fishing requirements. Check out area videos, cabin photos and more local descriptions at RentMontanaCabins.com

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View Cabins near Yellowstone Here to learn more about Yellowstone and places to stay near Yellowstone National Park.

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