A Jewel at Forests Edge

In-town convenience, comfortable, clean & well appointed vacation guest rental cabin. Located within the town of West Yellowstone, Montana, a stones throw from the west gate of Yellowstone National Park. Walk to the markets, restaurants & coffee shops.  Open year 'round, explore the region from your Yellowstone Country basecamp!

There's no place like Home

1400 square feet of cabin living invites you in, enjoy the stylish Montana decor & cozy atmosphere .  A stand alone guest cabin with rustic landscaping, in a private setting, on a full city lot .  Watch for the many species of birds that visit the water feature,
An unexpected oasis in the midst of a vibrant resort community.

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Your Yellowstone Country Base Camp

Rates From 235.00 ~ 4 Night Minimum ~ Available Year 'Round 

2 Bedroom Log Cabin - Sleeps 5 in this 1400 square foot home ... two private queen bedrooms & a queen sleeper sofa in the living room with wood-burning fireplace. Unique furnishings throughout & fully equipped with bed & bath linens, pots & pans, utensils, microwave oven, coffee maker with filters, ice chests for picnic lunches, toaster, blender, large fridge/freezer, a variety of spices and even paper towels.

2 Bathrooms - Washer & Dryer ... The first bathroom, with tub/shower combo, is located off the hall between the 2 queen bedrooms. The second bathroom, with a large 48” wide shower, is located next to the laundry area.

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West Thumb Geyser Basin
Midway Geyser Basin
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Phlox wildflowers
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Yellowstone Park & area
images, factoids & history

Yellowstone National Park ... a photographers mecca

The human history of the Yellowstone region goes back more than 11,000 years. From about 11,000 years ago to the very recent past, many groups of Native Americans used the park as their homes, hunting grounds, and transportation routes. These traditional uses of Yellowstone lands continued until a little over 200 years ago when the first people of European descent found their way into the park. In 1872 a country that had not yet seen its first centennial established Yellowstone as the first national park in the world. A new concept was born and with it a new way for people to preserve and protect the best of what they had for the benefit and enjoyment of future generations.