A visit to West Yellowstone is not complete without experiencing the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center. This non-profit focuses on the rescue and education of Yellowstone’s top predators along with the birds of prey and new otter exhibition, the two day passes and kids programs keeps all ages entertained and educated.
Six-story high screen with six-channel digital surround sound. “Yellowstone" highlights the history, wildlife and geothermal aspects of our country’s first national park. An adventure that will guide you through the National Park, allowing you to view its majestic wildlife and the grandeur of its scenery. Also showing newly released Hollywood movies.
In West Yellowstone, there’s always a little something for everyone. Enjoy the old-fashioned friendliness and pause on a bench to do some people-watching while indulging in a sweet treat or hot drink. Whether it is honest advice about fishing, suggestions for a day trip, or opinions on the best area trails, you’ll find gracious courtesy and locals willing to share.
Take a road trip along one of the scenic driving routes surrounding West Yellowstone. Explore the beautiful landscapes of southwest Montana and Yellowstone Country, or find the hidden gems on the backcountry roads. These routes will allow you to experience the unspoiled nature along winding rivers and the breathtaking views of the snowcapped mountains and wide open meadows.
West Yellowstone offers a variety of different eating options from Elk Tenderloins to authentic Mexican fare. Here is your guide to eatery options.
There are nine webcams throughout the Park with a live stream of Old Faithful, Mammoth Hot Springs and more.
The Gallatin Cabin is 1200 square feet with a full kitchen and living area, and can accommodate 6 people.
The Teton Townhouse is our newest two-story, 2500 square foot rental that can sleep up to 12 people.
The Absaroka Cabin is 3000 square feet and is perfect for large groups. Maximum occupancy is 14 people.