Yellowstone Park Activities

In 1872, President Theodore Roosevelt established Yellowstone as America's first National Park.  Encompassing three states, Montana, Wyoming and Idaho, Yellowstone is home to the largest hydrothermal system and largest concentration of active geysers.  It is also home to one of the largest areas of concentrations of mammals, including grizzly and black bears, gray wolves, linx, elk, bison, moose and bighorn sheep.

Seasonal activities are plentiful for the novice or the thrill seeking adventurist.  From a professionally guided van tour to white water rafting, exploring the geology of Yellowstone at the Canyon Visitor Center to hiking to the top of Mount Washburn, or a relaxing soak in the Boiling River to riding a snow machine to Old Faithful, Yellowstone has an adventure for everyone.

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From the North & I-90

  • At Livingston, MT take Hwy 89 South towards Yellowstone National Park Exit #333
  • Follow Hwy 89 south approximately 52 miles until you reach Gardiner, MT
  • Drive through Gardiner and over the bridge that crosses the Yellowstone River
  • Turn right at the first street on the other side of the bridge, Stone Street
  • Go 2 blocks & turn right onto Fourth Street S
  • The B&B is at the bottom of the hill on the right

From the South& Mammoth Hot Springs

  • Follow Hwy 89 north towards Livingston/Gardiner
  • At the north entrance gate, go under the Roosevelt Arch and turn right
  • Follow signs to Livingston and turn left on Hwy 89
  • Turn left at the first street before the bridge, Stone Street
  • Go 2 blocks & turn right onto Fourth Street S
  • The B&B is at the bottom of the hill on the right
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