|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
If the Cabin is booked for your stay please check availability of the Wild Rose River level house (Home Away Property 3607691).
Welcome to the Wild Rose Cabin. We are nestled on twenty acres on the banks of the Yellowstone River in beautiful Paradise Valley, Montana – just 35 miles north of Yellowstone National Park and 14 miles south of the historic town of Livingston. A stay at the Wild Rose Cabin offers a peaceful, hospitable and warm retreat with access to many outdoor activities such as hiking, snow skiing, rafting, horseback riding, and fishing. Construction of the cabin was completed in July of 2013.
-Spacious living room w/fireplace, couch and sofa-sleeper
-Efficiency Kitchen (stove, microwave, convection/toaster oven, mini-refrigerator, stone-top table with four chairs)
-Two bedrooms each with Queen beds with memory foam mattresses with toppers
-One Full Bathroom/Shower
-Outdoor gas grill with picnic table
-Walking access to the Yellowstone River (200 feet)
-Private One-Acre Pond stocked with hundreds of Brown, Rainbow, and Steelhead trout
-Exceptional Views of the Absaroka Mountains and Yellowstone River
The Yellowstone River is a pristine blue ribbon trout fishing destination for anglers around the world, while our one-acre pond attracts deer, geese, osprey, trumpeter swans and other wildlife. Featuring multiple fishing locations around both the Wild Rose Pond and Yellowstone River. The Wild Rose Cabin provides guests with top notch fishing access and opportunities.
Museums: Historic Livingston offers visits to three museums.
Geysers at Yellowstone Park: The mud pools and geysers at Yellowstone park are the largest and greatest number of hydrothermal features on the surface of the Earth. Old Faithful erupts approximately every 60-90 minutes. You can view the live webcam of Old Faithful.
Wildlife at Yellowstone National Park: The park has the largest population of mammals in the lower 48 states and offers views of numerous wildlife including elk, grizzly and black bears, bison, moose, wolves, trumpeter swans, pelicans, osprey (seasonal) and eagles.
Golfing: The Livingston golf course is a 15 minute drive from the Wild Rose Cabin
Whitewater Rafting on the Yellowstone River: Yellowstone offers some great rapids for rafting with class I-V rapids for the beginner to the expert. If you’re a novice to rafting be sure to book a trip with a trained guide with one of the many local rafting companies.
Hiking: Paradise Valley and offers literally thousands of miles of hiking trails into the surrounding Absaroka and Gallatin mountains and Yellowstone National Park. The peaks of the Absaroka’s rise to more the 10,000 feet above sea level or more than one mile above the valley floor. Higher elevations offer spectacular views of the valley floor and surrounding area.
Fishing: The Yellowstone and surrounding rivers offer blue ribbon trout fishing opportunities. Anglers from around the world travel to the area for some of the best fly fishing in the lower 48 states.
Hunting: The area surrounding the Wild Rose Cabin offers some of the best big game hunting in the lower 48 states.
Horseback Riding: Many of the trails in Paradise Valley can be traversed on horseback. You can ride for an hour or an entire day with one of the many available local guides.
Archaeology: Artifacts from the Native Americans who lived in the area can be found at numerous nearby locales. Fossils of animal species from previous times can be found for the interested.
Rodeo: A rodeo is hosted in the nearby town of Livingston (16 miles away) in the days leading up to Independence Day (July 4). See cowboys from Montana and surrounding western states compete in riding bulls, horses, roping calves and more.
Jyoti is mother, teacher and involved in numerous community service activities.
Thomas is a father, teacher, researcher, inventor and entrepreneur
Thomas Milner purchased this cabin in 2007
The Wild Rose Cabin overlooks the Yellowstone River and a private one-acre pond with spectacular views of the Absaroka Mountains. The Wild Rose cabin was constructed in 2013 offers direct walking access (200 feet) to the Yellowstone River and is a 'stones throw' from the pond. We have found this a great place to rest, rejuvenate, and be inspired by the spectacular views and surrounding beauty.
Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing in Yellowstone River and Wild Rose Pond
30 minute drive from Yellowstone Park
15 minute drive from Historic town of Livingston
Numerous nearby Museums
Free Wired or Wireless Internet
The Wild Rose cabin is well-furnished, attractive, spacious, very clean and comfortable. There are two cabins on the property, but there is plenty of privacy as the cabins are separated from each other. Slept like a baby on the memory foam topper on the bed. We loved the cabin, but the views and the setting are the real show-stoppers. The cabins are right on the Yellowstone River in gorgeous Paradise Valley. Looking out from the front windows are a small pond, steps from the front porch, with the river in the middle ground and the beautiful Absaroka Mountains reaching to the sky on the other side of the river. The view is breathtaking and we must have taken 100 photos of this view at different times of the day. On the river are boats floating by with fly fishermen casting for trout, with bald eagles flying about. Across the river in a meadow was a herd of antelope. We wanted to stay there forever. If you can tear yourself away from the cabin, Yellowstone entrance is only 30-45 minutes away. KBAR in Gardiner has terrific pizza, plus local color. In Livingston, don't miss the Yellowstone Gateway Museum. Hiking and horseback riding stables are nearby if you aren't into fishing or photographing scenery and wildlife. We had a wonderful experience here.
Everything was great. The cabin is clean, well furnished and a perfect place to get away from it all. Since the river was closed during our stay, fishing was limited to the pond and a few side trips to the Gallatin and the Madison, plus one to Virginia City and one to the Park. The Park was just one giant gridlock even though we were there after Labor Day, so be prepared for some slow driving if you go there. The river closure was devastating to the guides and rafting businesses and hopefully it will reopen soon. Tom and Jyoti are fabulous hosts and agreed with the minor suggestions we made for improvement. We hope to be back next year.
Don and Kay McMinds
Ocean Shores, WA
It was a great stay for me and my two sons Montana getaway. However, they closed 186 miles of the Yellowstone River but the local fly shop gave us several options. This is a beautiful area.
This is a lovely, well designed and very clean vacation cabin on the Yellowstone. The location is excellent for access to the park, the cities of Livingston and Gardner and Chico Hot Springs. We watched deer from our porch across the river every day, saw elk and bison outside Gardner too numerous to count and saw millions of stars after the sun set. The only reason we can't give five stars is that by the time we got there in August the lovely private pond right in front of the cabin had been fished out. The up side to that is that the owners were very receptive to our suggestion that they make the pond catch and release fly fishing only. We would definitely return to this property if the fishing situation were improved. The owners are on site and and are wonderful hosts!
If you're looking for a place to stay while visiting Yellowstone, this is it. You will be about 40 minutes outside of Yellowstone, and only 15-20 minutes from Livingston. The property is absolutely gorgeous and the cabin was very clean, the beds were comfortable, and the owners were very friendly and accommodating. Really, I couldn't recommend staying here highly enough.
We came here for a pastoral sabbatical, and it was exactly what we were looking for. Peace and quiet, wildlife, gorgeous mountain view, complete with the comforts of home. The bed was luxuriously comfortable, the decor was lovely, and we loved the coffee and tea bar. It couldn't have been nicer. Thanks, Tom and Jyoti! :)
Yellowstone National Park (35 miles)
Yellowstone River (300 feet)
Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing (Yellowstone River and Wild Rose Pond on Property)
Located on twenty acres
Chico Hot Springs (5 miles)
Livingston, Montana (14 miles)
Yellowstone Gateway Museum (16 miles)
Depot Center (Railroad Museum, 16 miles)
Numerous Mountain Hiking Trails
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Jan 4 2017 - Feb 28 2017
2 night minimum stay
Mar 1 2017 - May 15 2017
2 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $10 per night, per additional guest|
|Property Damage Protection||$59|
|each additional person||$0|
The rates quoted above are for double occupancy. Each additional person is $25 for the duration of the stay.
Pets are allowed, however, there is an additional charge of $25 per pet for the duration of the stay.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.