Yellowstone Cabins

Yellowstone National Park, majestic wild life and natural wonders.

Located in Wyoming and stretching into parts of Montana and Idaho is pristine Yellowstone National Park. This national landmark provides outdoor adventure and fun for the entire family. With so many things to do and see in Yellowstone, you want to find a place to stay that is central to all of the great attractions.

Get away from it all while still feeling at home.

If you are looking for a comfortable place to stay where you can enjoy your privacy, Yellowstone Holiday will accommodate your needs. There are 24 spacious cabins available with gorgeous mountain views which are all within walking distance of pristine Hebgen Lake.

There are multiple cabin styles with a variety of floor plans which will be sure to meet your vacation needs.

The Elk Haven Cabin and Moose Cottage Duplex provide room for up to 6-7 people and are priced from $85-$125, depending on season. Both of these cabins offer private bathrooms and kitchenettes.

For those who are looking for a place to rest their head while still maintaining the feel of camping, the Bear Necessities cabins are available from $50-$74 and will house 4 people. These cabins are basic and do not include bathrooms or kitchens; however, bathrooms and showers are available nearby, 24 hours a day.

Designed for large groups, the Beaver Den is available from $150 a day, or is free when you reserve 10 additional sites. This cabin has everything you would need, including kitchen, party area, and a fire pit. A deposit of $150 is required.

For additional information on these cabins, or to make a reservation, please visit: https://www.yellowstoneholiday.com/accommodations/

Nearby attractions and activities for the whole family.

Yellowstone is not your average national park. There are multiple activities to do and sights to see in and around the area.

Trails, natural wonders, and wildlife.

Yellowstone is best known for its many geysers. The most famous geyser is Old Faithful, but there are approximately 300 geysers in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone offers nearly 1,300 miles of hiking trails throughout the park where you can view and enjoy the natural surroundings and these natural wonders. The majority of these trails are left rugged and untamed, just the way nature intended them to be. Here you can observe amazing wildlife in their natural habitats, including bison, elk, and moose. Disclaimer: Do not approach the wildlife, they are unpredictable and dangerous.

If walking through 1,300 miles of trails seems daunting, but you still want to enjoy the rugged trails of Yellowstone, there are multiple horseback riding tours available.

Enjoy the wet and wild.

For those who are looking for a relaxing way to beat the heat, Yellowstone offers some of the best fishing opportunities in the country. Several hundred miles of blue ribbon winning fishing waters produce trout that are generally larger than anywhere else you will go to fish.

If you are looking for something a little more extreme, white water rafting is an amazing adventure. Rapids range from a beginner’s relaxing float to an expert’s intense adventure, so you can enjoy the rapids regardless of your experience.

Additional Information:

* One of the first national parks in the world

* Contains lakes, mountains, and geysers.

* Spans 2,219,791 acres.

* Best known for its outdoor activities, but there are indoor activities available including theatres and shopping.

* Other attractions include: The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Mammoth Springs, and the Grand Tetons.

*Winner of multiple environmental achievement awards.

* Spring and fall temperatures range between 30 and 60 °F, while during the summer months daytime highs are normally in the 70s to 80 °F.

* The campground is open from 5/15 to 9/30, or Memorial Day to Labor Day.

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