Bear Creek Inn is located at the Enchanted Forest Resort only 40 minutes to West Yellowstone. Bear Creek Inn is the perfect cabin for a family or group of 10 guests.
It boast a home away from home atmosphere with it's rustic touches and comfy decor, you will be sure to get a good nights sleep in beds with down comforters.
Bear Creek Inn has a playful yard for the kids with a fire pit for roasting hotdogs and marsh mellows. And for those cold days after playing in the snow or long days of driving in Yellowstone park you can come back to your cabin and relax in the hot tub.
You will enjoy the beauty and surrounding mountains in this Shotgun area and won't be disappointed!
Bear Creek Inn Configuration & Amenities:
WIFI, Fire Pit, Hot Tub, Gas Grill & Nice Deck.
3-Bedrooms w/ Loft
*Bonus No Clean Fee
No Smoking-No Pets
Rent 7 nights anytime & get 7th FREE!
ALL The beds have comfy down comforters.
Large Living Room W/Fireplace
Well Equipped Spacious Kitchen w/ Large Bar
Bedroom with Queen bed
2 bedrooms 1 with a queen bed and 1 with a king bed. Loft has 1 queen and 2 single beds
bathroom with a shower
*60 Day Cancellation Policy*
When canceling outside the 60 day window prior to your arrival the funds you have paid are refundable except credit card fees & travel insurance if added.
When canceling within the 60 day window the funds you have paid are non-refundable unless we can rebook your dates. If we can, you will get a refund minus $75.00 re-booking fee, 3% credit card fees & Insurance.
Bear Creek Inn is a very nice vacation rental property. From motor boating and water skiing to Canoeing and kayaking to fishing, wading and swimming in the clear waters of this fresh water lake, you'll have a ball in this recreation paradise. White-water rafting and kayaking in nearby rivers will satisfy the adrenaline junky in you. Fresh water lake fishing is available at numerous lakes within a short drive.
Miles and miles of dirt bike and four wheeler trails are within a stone's throw of this wooded cabin. For the bird watcher and nature lover, there are plenty of wide open spaces to indulge your need for the simpler things in life. All manner of wild game are visible at all times of the year. Just find a pair of comfortable shoes and venture out. Grizzly and black bear live in the area so bring a friend and your pepper spray and make some noise as you walk so you don't get too close. You'll find the tree and ground squirrels along with chipmunks and a wide variety of birds will hold your interest for hours as you open your mind to the beauty of nature.
The weather can be cool at night, so don't forget to bring a jacket or sweater even in the summer months. In winter, the snow level can be 5 feet or even more on a good year, so tubing, sledding, snowshoeing opportunities abound. The six hundred miles of groomed trails will keep you snowmobiling for days without ever passing the same place twice. For the more adventurous, go for the steep and deep in the mountainous back country....just check with local authorities for avalanche conditions and always bring your friends. There's safety in numbers in the back country, not to mention the possibility of a tow if you should have a breakdown. Snowmobile rentals are available at the local dealers as well as accessories if you should find you forgot or just need to update equipment.
For the lover of food, Island Park has several restaurants and bar/grills to stop for a lunch break between your varied activities. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner you'll find a variety of satisfying fare.
Sight-seeing opportunities are everywhere both inside and outside Yellowstone and Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge. Upper and Lower Mesa Falls are favorites of those who love to view and photograph the beauty of a natural falls. Coffeepot Rapids is a must see on the Henry Fork. The name alone should spark your interest.
Box Canyon is a gem that once seen, you'll never forget. Guided fishing excursions are plentiful and the breath-taking beauty of the rock canyon walls of 'The Box' are an experience not to be missed.
Across the border in nearby Montana, is a lake like no other. Earthquake Lake was formed when rock from the face of a mountain slid down and blocked the flow of the Madison River near midnight on August 17th 1959, just downstream from Hebgen Lake. A short hour drive over Reynolds pass, this is another must see for those who have the time and yearning to venture out.