Paradise Valley, MT, USA

Paradise Valley, MT, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 247 vacation rentals near Paradise Valley. From 124 houses to 61 cabins, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Paradise Valley for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Discover paradise in a valley of opportunity

Flanked by the Absaroka and Gallatin mountain ranges, Paradise Valley on the banks of the Yellowstone River certainly lives up to its name. Once the original entrance to Yellowstone National Park, the valley is famed for its large animal wildlife, first-rate fly fishing and spectacular scenery. Canter off across the prairies on horseback, take to the skies in a balloon or helicopter or raft downriver to witness some of America's most breathtaking natural sights. Consider staying in a Paradise Valley vacation rental for access to natural hot springs and, of course, the most famous national park in the world.

Fun for all seasons

This beautiful part of Montana has activities during any season in which you decide to stay in a Paradise Valley vacation rental. During the long hot summer months, the surrounding area draws climbers and hikers onto the valley's slopes. Companies offering a host of tours from whitewater rafting to wildlife safaris allow people of all abilities to get out and enjoy the wild. Visit in winter and the plains are transformed into a snowy wonderland. Consider hiring a snowmobile to race along 45 miles of tracks, or hop on a sled for a fast-paced, traditional husky ride.

From dinosaurs to the stars

Paradise Valley is packed full of kid-friendly museums. At the Livingston Depot, dedicated to the history of the Northern Pacific Railroad, visitors learn how rail was key to the growth of the American West and can climb aboard an old steam train. The Yellowstone Gateway Museum sheds light on the areas Native American culture, the settling of Montana by early pioneers and the history of cowboys. Down the road at The Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, a renowned display of dinosaur artifacts, including a full size T-Rex skeleton, as well as a planetarium, will fascinate the whole family.

A spectacular sight in any month

While most vacationers choose a Paradise Valley vacation rental in the warm high season, there are many reasons to buck the trend. Choose a visit in spring or fall, when prices dip and you'll find Paradise Valley still temperate, yet with far fewer people out on the trails. It's in the heart of winter, though, that Montana shows its wilder side. From the mountains to the snowy plains, Paradise Valley is a spectacular sight at this time of year. With many driven away by the drop in temperatures you can experience the West as it should be – vast and empty.

A national treasure on your doorstep

The Yellowstone National Park needs little introduction, but most are less familiar with the astonishing number of species that can be spotted here. In the 90s, gray wolves were reintroduced, and there's now a thriving population of more than 370 inhabiting Yellowstone. If you are lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of an elusive wolverine or lynx. Much like an African safari, as you tour the park, it's not uncommon to see herds of giant bison and elk. The stars of the show, though, are undoubtedly the 500 grizzlies that amble through the park, often with cubs in tow.