Nearby Activities

Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center View live grizzly bears and gray wolves in a naturalistic environment. Fun and educational for the whole family. Visit the gift shop or simply relax and watch these fascinating animals with your all-day admission. Open all year, 8 am – dusk.

201 South Canyon, P.O. Box 996
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Phone: (406) 646-7001 or (800) 257-2570
Fax: (406) 646-7004
Email: info@grizzlydiscoveryctr.com

Yellowstone Historic Center
Walk through the historic Union Pacific Depot building and discover the wonders of the world’s first national park. View historical displays, wildlife exhibits, and vintage Park transportation. Interactive activities for all ages.

104 Yellowstone, P.O. Box 1299
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Phone: (406) 646-1100
Email: info@yellowstonehistoriccenter.org

Playmill Theater
West Yellowstone’s only “Live Theatre” featuring fun for the entire family! Love musicals and comedies? Come spend an evening with us, Monday-Saturday, May to September. RESERVATIONS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED

29 Madison, P.O. Box 1390
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Phone: (406) 646-7757

Wild West Yellowstone Rodeo
While in the Yellowstone area why not check out a local rodeo held just 6.5 miles west of West Yellowstone why not ride a horse to the rodeo or a trail ride? See website for more information.

175 Oldroyd Road
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Phone: (406) 560-6913
E-mail address: yellowstonerodeo@hotmail.com

Yellowstone Imax Theatre and Trading Post Gift Shop
Six-story-high screen with 6-channel digital surround sound. Nature films by day and feature films every evening.

101 South Canyon, P.O. Box 504
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Phone: (406) 646-4100 or (888) 854-5862
Fax: (406) 646-4101

FreeHeel & Wheel
West Yellowstone’s complete full service bicycle specialty shop. We offer sales, service and rentals, featuring Trek and Casual clothing including PATAGONIA, shoes, and jewelry.

33 Yellowstone Ave
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Phone: (406) 646-7744, Fax: (406) 646-7788
Email: freeheel@wyellowstone.com

Fishing

Arrick’s Fly Shop
A complete fly shop, offering a large selection of tackle, flies and fly-tying materials. Offering guide trips, full-and half-day, in both Montana, Yellowstone, and Henry’s Lake, Idaho. Designed to satisfy both experienced and beginners alike.

37 Canyon, P.O. Box 1290
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Phone: (406) 646-7290
Email: arrick@arricks.com

Bud Lilly’s Trout Shop
The oldest and best fly fishing shop in the West, providing guided fishing trips in Montana, Idaho, and Yellowstone Park. We carry top-of-the-line fishing gear, outdoor clothing, camping gear, jewelry, gifts and feature a basement art gallery.

39 Madison, P.O. Box 530
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Phone: (406) 646-7801 Fax: (406) 646-9370
Toll Free: 1-800-854-9559
Email: info@budlillys.com

Jacklin’s Flyshop
West Yellowstone’s oldest fly and tackle shop offering knowledgeable guides and fly-fishing instructors. Licensed for Montana and Yellowstone Park. Personalized instruction, group clinics, custom tied flies, and free fly-casting lessons every Sunday night in summer.

105 Yellowstone, P.O. Box 310
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Phone (406) 646-7336, Fax: (406) 646-9729

Madison River Outfitters
West Yellowstone’s most complete fly fishing and outdoor specialty shop. Join us for world-class trout fishing and spectacular scenery on the Madison River and all the legendary trout streams in Yellowstone National Park.

117 Canyon, P.O. Box 398
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Phone: (406) 646-9644 Fax: (406) 646-9630
Toll Free: 1-800-646-9644

Parks and Site Seeing

Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is a favorite to millions of visitors each year. Since the first explorers began documenting their discoveries to modern day, the features of Yellowstone National Park have virtually remained the same.

Yellowtone National Park
Phone: (307) 344-7381

Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton National Park is located in the northwest corner of Wyoming in Teton County, and is only a few miles south of Yellowstone National Park. Combination Passes can be purchased for visiting both Parks.

Town of Jackson Hole
Jackson is a popular tourism destination because of its proximity to Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks, its unmatched scenic beauty, the world-class skiing, and its Western character.

Town of West Yellowstone
West Yellowstone, Montana, is a rustic mountain town nestled between National Forest lands and Yellowstone National Park. The area is filled with watchable wildlife, breathtaking views and activities for people of all ages.

Town of Virginia City, MT
The very much alive ghost town, Virginia City, Montana, is frozen in time. It is a remarkably well preserved Old West Victorian gold mining town just 20 miles west of Yellowstone National Park.

Quake Lake, West Yellowstone
On August 17, 1959 an earthquake in the Madison Canyon River Area, near West Yellowstone, formed Quake Lake. The earthquake created a massive landslide of about 80 million tons of rock, which stopped the flow of the Madison River in the Madison River Canyon gorge. Visitor Center is open from Memorial Day weekend to September 30.

331 US-191
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
(406) 682-7620

Town of Big Sky
Big Sky offers unlimited access to outdoor recreation: the wet and wild whitewater experience, blue ribbon trout streams, backcountry hikes, meandering wildlife, and widespread wildflowers. Located midway between Bozeman and West Yellowstone, MT.

Travel Montana
Official Montana state travel information website. Find information on Yellowstone or order an free Montana vacation planner.

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