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890 Buttermilk Creek Rd, West Yellowstone, MT 59758, United States of America – Show map
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Fishing, Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Horseback Riding, Water Sports Facilities (on site), Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
No internet access available.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Tour Desk, Laundry
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
3:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children or adults are charged USD 25 per person per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 25 per person per night in an extra bed.
One child under 4 years is charged USD 25 per stay in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 2.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Located just 1 mile from the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park, these contemporary cottages feature kitchenettes and free Wi-Fi. Outdoor fire pits are on site.
Score from 94 reviews Wonderful
Yellowstone Park is 17 miles from the property. Guests can take advantage of ATV and Snowmobile rentals on site. Chalets feature a full kitchens and Wi-Fi is available in all public areas.
Score from 119 reviews Good
Featuring a hot tub, Hibernation Station is in West Yellowstone, Montana. A business center and free Wi-Fi access are available on site.
Score from 101 reviews Good
Featuring a marina, this West Yellowstone resort is a 20-minute drive from Yellowstone National Park. Nordic skiing and snowmobile trails are available. Lake view rooms are featured.
Score from 181 reviews Good
ABC. The fundamentally-sound staff served us coffee, gave really good travel tips, and were very nice. The surrounding environment is very pretty and scenic. A clear sky at night showcases the best Milky Way portraits. Best place to go for Yellowstone park visits
It was located in a very nice and nature place . We have a suite which 2 adults and 2 kids can Live in 。It is very quiet and warm。In the night there are lot of stars in the sky。
No service，poor hotel managemen，too expensive.
The staff was nice...
We love adventures, but this was a disappointment for all of us... This was nothing more like waste of money...
When we went out for the day, we took most of our items with us. The only things left were a single dress and a flashlight. When we returned, the room was cleaned and the items were gone. They did a poor job of handling the situation. I would not recumbent this place to anyone because of this.
The setting was nice but not spectacular. It was average and more expensive than Average should be. Not our first time glamping but it will be our last with this company.
I did not like the snobby girl at the front making rude comments about the man sweeping the tent. Or the fact that she was complaining out loud about a client on the phone having put them on hold. Everyone around could hear her saying how annoying the other guests were. Wow way to win repeat customers! It was a bit buggy, but mostly it was just unfriendly.
Direct contact with nature. Excellent balance between camping and comfort. Restaurant was very good. Toilets remarkably clean and comfortable. My wife detests orthodox camping but she loved this. The good bed made it for her.
Not much. Stove had a learning curve but was great once I mastered it.
Secluded area, the star gazing would probably be wonderful
You can not drive to your tent site You can not have food at your site or in the area and must drive a distance to an undeveloped area if you plan to picnic or prepare a meal. The site is 6 miles from town. The grass around the site is very long, but you can not have campfires so that is not a fire risk. Read the small print. We walked away and went to the koa back on the main road
Star covered the sky. it was incredible. great opportunity and experience for kids.
If you want feel real cold in the Wyoming field. If you want be suffered from many mosquitoes and bugs. If you don't have any food and beverage during a stay. If you want drive your car on rough road with dust. If you want to pull your baggage on a unpaved rough road. I rec to book this hotel........You know that it is your responsibility.
Setting. Bed. Hot shower
I wanted a place to get a quiet night's sleep, but a worker's generator was on ALL night. My daughter had hoped that spiders would have been removed from tent prior to us going in.
lovely site, comfy bed and log burner for chilly evenings.
bear precautions mean no food or drinks in tent.
The place is beautiful and it's close to Yellowstone
It's much to expensive for what you get. My friend payed for a tent with a bathroom and didn't get it. They said they were overbooked although we spoke to them two days before coming and everything was supposed to be fine with our reservation. They forbid people to have food in their tents because of the bears, but they are allowed to keep sweetened drinks. (there is tea, coffee, sugar and hot water in the reception) but there isn't one bear proof garbage bin on the property! Basically they just want the clients to eat in their expensive restaurant on the property. It's not professional, expensive for what you get, the bathrooms are cleaned once a day, so they are far from what you expect in such a place. The zipper in our tent was broken. I wouldn't recommend it.
Bed excellent even with temperature of - 0,5 degrees celsius inside the tent. Beautiful landscape. Clean and new restrooms and showers and towels. Clean tent - not to miss experience.
Even in July, freezing at night. The stove provided does not work as the wood provided is not dry enough. Fire kept going out, which created smoke inside the tent. Need extremely dry wood for such a small stove (with little air circulation). Then temperature inside the tent would have been much more comfortable. Additional camping bed with sleeping bag for third person unsufficient for these temperatures (without dry wood).
Everything. Location, sleeping conditions, lack of any amenities.
Log fire in tent Large comfy bed Nearby restaurant
Tents were comfortable. Scenery was lovely.
Concept interressant Localisation vs Yellowstone
Froid dans les tentes pas chauffées Bruit lié au générateur à proximité ( arret entre 1H et 5H du mat !) Pas assez de toilettes à disposition trop cher au regard de la prestation
Since staff were students, they were fun.
For the price per se, it's kind of overpriced. But the location is good, not far from west entrance- only 6miles away.
Location and staff, common showers but clean
It's just a small tent but costs like a hotel room. I was charged $5 for a recharge of my phone.
Beautiful location. Walking distance to very nice restaurant.
The beds for older teenage children were too small (stretchers) and the sleeping bag zips were faulty. They didn't have such a good nights sleep.
We really liked the location and meeting people around the campfire.
We thought we had reserved a tent with beds like we had at Yosemite. It seemed quite expensive for just cots.
The momen we got off the car, 4 horses walked/ran by. The staff nicely took us to our tent and started the fire for us. The tent is very clean and public bathroom is also very clean and nice. It was a cold night from the rain, but the bed is super comfy and warm. We didn't expect to see the stars due to weather, but we ended up seeing a lot of them! Free coffee/cider/hot chocolate at registry camp. A small river near by, it was a fun experience! Also, there is signal for phones!
The address provided wasn't exactly the right location. You have to drive down the road further to get to the place.
Loved we had a bed and toilets that flushed .the wood stove in our tent was also a plus
It was not as close to Yellowstone as I had hoped and not as outdoorsy basically tents in a paddock with out the horse droppings
no cooking, we did not get 4 single beds as requested; I would have got a hotel if i had known we could not have food; i would get a koa cabin next time
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