Livingston, MT, USA

Livingston, MT, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 241 vacation rentals near Livingston. From 120 houses to 60 cabins, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Livingston for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Livingston, I presume

More than the backdrop against which a young Jeff Bridges portrayed cattle rustler Jack McKee in Rancho Deluxe – surprisingly watchable in its own right – Livingston is a bustling, low-key destination that’s famous for its lively downtown, colorful Old West history, and dramatic mountain scenery. A little more than an hour north of Yellowstone National Park, Livingston is equally popular in the spring, summer, fall, and winter. Your Livingston vacation rental will put you within easy reach of the region’s mountain peaks, fishing spots, and local history museums.

Living better in Livingston

Known for its rugged natural beauty, Livingston is a major destination for all kinds of nature lovers and outdoors enthusiasts. In the summer, you’ll find hiking trails in the surrounding Rocky Mountains, and the Yellowstone River is a popular spot for fly fishing and panning for gold. Horseback riding is popular, and a number of ranches offer equestrian excursions for riders of all levels. If winter’s more your speed, the snowy high country is teeming with alpine and cross country skiing, and a Livingston vacation rental with ski storage is a great way to make the most of your winter getaway.

Livingston – when nature calls

Less than 60 miles from the northern entrance to Yellowstone National Park, a visit to the preserve is a must. The the scenic 3,400-square-mile park boasts waterfalls and canyons along the Yellowstone River, as well as lush forests, craggy peaks, and some of the most active geothermal features in the world. Closer to town, you’ll discover local history at the Yellowstone Gateway Museum and the Livingston Depot Center. The riverside Sacajawea Park, which briefly played host to the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1806, is a hub for farmer’s markets, concerts, and seasonal events.

Livingston – the answer is blowing in the wind

Even though it’s one of the windiest areas in the United States, Livingston’s snowy winters are relatively mild for the region. Average lows are in the high teens and low 20s from December to February, but the wind chill generally takes things up – or down – several notches. Summers are warm, with an average high of 85 degrees in July and August, but April through September are also the wettest months in Livingston. No matter the season, you’ll find plenty to do all year round, which means prices for Livingston vacation rentals don’t change much from one season to another.

Livingston’s local landmarks

Livingston is located in the valley of the Yellowstone River, surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of the Rocky Mountains. The river is a popular destination for fly fishing thanks to its booming trout population, and you can still pan for gold along much of its length. An hour south, Yellowstone National Park is home to a wide swath of the Central Rocky Mountains, with geysers, forests, and dramatic volcanic activity. A popular destination for nature lovers, it’s home to herds of bison and elk, as well as grizzly bears and wolves.