|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Our cabin is located on the Yellowstone River at the southern end of Paradise Valley, just 4 miles north of Gardiner and the original entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Whether you are coming to visit the park, sample the blue ribbon trout fishing or to enjoy the numerous year round outdoor activities the area has to offer; this location is ideal for you.
Our cabin is an end unit with adjacent off street parking. The cabin comes with all of the amenities you would expect to make your stay comfortable. The covered outdoor porch overlooks the Yellowstone River with spectacular views of the park and Electric Peak. Each bedroom can accommodate up to 4 people, has it's own full bathroom and satellite flat screen TV. When you want to kick back in the evening, enjoy the living room's reclining furniture, satellite TV and Franklin stove. The kitchen is equipped with a water filtering and ice making refrigerator, quality appliances and cookware and even a variety of spices. A washer and dryer along with all linens and towels for bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchen are also provided. In response to previous reviews, we now have free Wi-Fi available for our guests.
The area abounds with year round outdoor activities. Winter offers the solitude of snowshoeing, back country and cross country skiing both in the park and in the surrounding National Forest. Spring brings a special treat for bicyclists. While the northern road from Gardiner to Cooke City remains open year round, the remainder of the park is limited to bicycle traffic only for a period in the month of April. As winter run off swells the the Yellowstone River, rafting and kayaking take center stage. Summer offers park visits, fishing and all of the other outdoor activities too numerous to list. Fall wraps up the year with smaller crowds in the park, crisp fresh air, hunting and great fishing.
The Yellowstone Association Institue offers year round classes and information is available on their web site.
We live in Bozeman, and both Kierin and Ron are very familiar with the area and activities available. Please feel free to call or e-mail with any questions or concerns that you may have. Ron's cell: 406-579-8103, Kierin's cell: 406-579-8102, or firstname.lastname@example.org. When pricing your vacation please note that you can pay with either a credit card through the site, or contact us to pay by personal check.
Ron and Kierin raised their family of five in Wausau, Wisconsin, and retired to Bozeman, MT, in 2001.
Ron and Kierin DeArmond purchased this cabin in 2006
We have spent many years bringing family out to this area to enjoy the outdoor recreation. We both downhill ski, and Kierin is an avid cross country skier and hiker when the ground is not covered with snow. Ron's passion is fly fishing, and he used to visit the Gardiner area dating back to the 1980's. It is a great "home base" to fish the Park and the surrounding Yellowstone waters.
The location of the cabin just 4 miles north of the park entrance, and being on the "other side" of the river from the busy highway, makes this a very tranquil and peaceful setting. Recreational activities abound all year long, and animal viewing is abundant right outside your front door. You can fish right in front of the cabin or in the Park, raft in the river, hike all the surrounding trails both inside and outside of the Park, and the winter activities provide beauty and more seclusion as most of the area visitors head back home. Cross country skiing in the Park is very accessible and spectacular. Animal viewing and photography are outstanding.
We had a wonderful trip. The weather was great. We got to see everything we wanted to in Yellowstone. It was so nice having a beautiful place to come back to each night and relax. Thank you for sharing!
We loved the cabin! The location is perfect. We loved Gardiner - restaurants, the Gardiner Market, and crossing to the park through the Roosevelt Arch. Don't be deterred by the North Entrance if you drive up from the south - it is a BEAUTIFUL drive. We flew in and out of Salt Lake City. The cabin and location can't be beat.
We would stay here again, and again, and again...
Great instructions for everything in the cabin
The cabin is at the end of a group of cabins, next to a private home, and has a nice concrete pad next to it to park your car
Wonderful white towels - loved those!
So nice to have a hand held shower in each shower/tub
Gas grill on the patio (not electric) - such a nice patio!
So nice to have a washer and dryer in the cabin, and wifi and cable TV
Take a drive up to Emigrant Montana and stop at the Wild Flour Bakery - fabulous cinnamon rolls!
Take the back road to Livingston and see the Icelandic sheep and Yaks in Pray Montana - an unexpected delight!
Our group was three adults - me, my sister, and our 85 year old Mother. None of us had been to Yellowstone before and we can't say enough good things about our trip, the Park, and this fabulous cabin. We recommend the cabin to everyone when we talk about our trip. We had plenty of room. The beds were comfortable and it was extremely clean.
Very nice cabin! Well stocked - everything you could possibly need inside and out. Great owners to work with. Very close and easy access to North Yellowstone . Quiet and beautiful location.
We had stayed in the park for six nights at two locations and decided to change things up and stay outside the north entrance at a cabin for three nights instead of booking rooms in Mammoth. It was the right call. The park is only four miles away, as is the town of Gardiner, MT. While the lack of amenities in the park offers families a chance to spend quality time together, after nearly a week of "bonding" we were ready for television, Wi-Fi and spacious quarters at the cabin. And Ron and Kierin made our stay there as care-free and relaxing as possible. They provided documents in advance with all the information you would ever need to know about staying in the cabin and enjoying the area. The cabin was extremely clean, modern and ideally situated in a spot that was just the right distance from town and in a location that was both secluded yet not too isolated. It afforded us a chance to enjoy the town of Gardiner (restaurants, horseback riding, white-water rafting and flyfishing) and also enjoy the seclusion that comes from staying just outside the park boundary.
It's the last residence in a row of ten cabins (it was nice being on the end). It didn't appear that all of the other nine cabins were being used, so it was very quiet. Ron and Kierin see to it that the cabin is well-stocked, and they let you know in advance what the cabin holds so it's easy to decide what food and goods to purchase at the store in town. The porch on the back side of the cabin has seating that provides a view of nearby mountains. One can sit and enjoy the solitude, grill out, watch rafters on the Yellowstone river, or walk down to the river and be flyfishing in minutes.
Unless you want to stay in town, this is the place to be. And because it's north of town and outside the park, the Bozeman airport is only 90 minutes away. Would do it all over again.
Thank you Ron and Kieren for letting us stay at your vacation home. We had a great time and enjoyed the family of Elk in the yard each day. We enjoyed all the comforts of home and added the beauty of nature right outside the door. We will highly recommend your home to our friends and family!!
We loved staying at Ron and Kierin's place. We would tour in the park for 4-5 hours then come back to to cabin and sit on the patio and watch the clouds, very relaxing. The cabin had everything we needed and was a great fit for us, 4 adults and one 12 year old. The beds were comfy and everything was clean. The decorations were interesting for the cabin theme. The WiFi worked great adding a nice touch to the outside world.
Cabin # 10 was absolutely wonderful and decorated with beautiful country style. It was very vey clean and well stocked with cook wear, dishes, paper products, spices etc. The beds were very comfortable and the A/C did the job when it was needed. Because of the very functional washer and dryer we could have traveled with less clothing. Cabin # 10 had the necessary appliances to make us feel at home. Wildlife greeted us every evening when we returned and sitting on the deck after a long day was just delightful. I am sure we will come back again.
This comfortable cabin is located on the Yellowstone River just 4 miles north of Gardiner, Montana, and the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Blue ribbon fly fishing is just outside your door as well as many other outdoor activities. Winter offers snowshoeing, back country as well as cross country skiing both in the Park and the surrounding National Forest. Spring offers kayaking and white water rafting. Summer offers fishing, hiking, bicycling, horse back riding and of course visits to Yellowstone National Park. The Park itself is a geographical wonder. View abundant wildlife, spectacular geysers, waterfalls, rivers, canyons, mountains as well as participating in all of the activities found within our first national park.
Other Activities: rafting, kayaking, camping, hiking, fly fishing,
|Refundable damage deposit||$300|
PLEASE NOTE: HomeAway/VRBO now charge a service fee. This does not go to the owner. A $300 security deposit is required at booking, it also holds the reservation. It is fully refundable within 10 days of departure barring any damage to the property or excessive cleaning needed. Full rental payment is due 30 days prior to arrival. Cancellation policy: 45 days prior to arrival for reservations 7 nights or less, 60 days prior to arrival for reservations 8 nights or more.