We are walking distance to fishing in the Yellowstone. Imagine walking out the front door and seeing Emigrant Peak at 11,000 across the street. Our vacation retreat is located in the town of Emigrant, MT in Paradise Valley, MT. We are 55 minutes from the Bozeman airport. We are 30 minutes from the northern entrance to Yellowstone National Park. We have spectacular mountain views and three acres of common ground. We are minutes away from Chico Hot Springs Resort and Day Spa where you can enjoy the hot springs pools, fine dining, and entertainment. Their number is 1-800-HOT-WADA. We are 20 minutes from Livingston with gourmet restaurants, community theatres, movie theatres, art galleries and unique shops. Come enjoy world-class trout fishing, big game hunting, skiing, horseback riding and river rafting on the Yellowstone River. Also, a great place if you live in Montana, Stay Vacation-Stay Close to Home Vacationing.
Things to Do: Inside of Yellowstone, between Mammoth Hot Springs and Gardiner, Montana, soak in the Boiling River (hot water from Mammoth) and the Gardiner River. This is a great hike and then a refreshing experience. Bring your water shoes to enjoy this activity year round.
Espresso Bar at Chico Hot Springs Resort Gift Shop.
Rudy and I live in Maryland. Rudy is a licensed public insurance adjustor and I am a speech/language pathologist at a middle and high school. Rudy is originally from VA and I am originally from MI. We have both lived in 5 different states.
We love to travel, especially in the west, and enjoy visiting our grandsons in Oregon.
We are committed to providing a rental experience that serves our guests and makes their trip as comfortable as possible.
Rudy and I had spent 3 summers vacationing in Montana (Glacier National Park and in Yellowstone). On a trip to Yellowstone in 2005, we were staying in Paradise Valley and watching the townhouses, at Avalon Villas, being built. We were so taken with the breath taking views, the wildlife and Emigrant, that we decided that we wanted to own our own small piece of Montana. Two months later we called the developer and asked her if any of the townhouses were available. There were two left. We chose an end unit, thinking that we would have more light and views of the Big Sky. This all took place while driving on the Washington, DC Beltway. When I turned to my husband to ask him if we he thought that we had made the right decision, he said, 'look out the window.' In the lane next to our vehicle, was a semi-truck from Billings, Montana. I guess that was our sign.