Cooke City-Silver Gate, MT, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Cooke City-Silver Gate

Home/Apartment
Excellent
8 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceThe Woody Creek cabin sits on a 21 acre private in holding that is completely surrounded by National Forest and is only 1/4 mile to the Wilderness Boundary. The cabin provides access to Hayden Creek and Woody Creek drainage's, which are rarely visited and contain beautiful vistas and abundant wildlife. The cabin contains a great kitchen, with all the necessary eating and cooking utensils, a 3 burner propane range and wood burning stove. There are 11 Memory Foam mattresses, but guests must provide there own sleeping bags. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire cabin, the 21 acre property and the thousands of acres of Forest Service land that surround the property. There is no running water in the cabin, but there is a spring creek within a 100 yards and an outhouse about 30' away from the cabin. All first time users must be guided to the cabin, to ensure that you find the cabin without difficulties and to show the guests how to use the amenities of the cabin and how to leave the cabin when you depart. The additional cost for this service is $100 and it includes me carrying up to 50lbs of food or gear for you. Interaction with GuestsI meet the guests and guide all first time users to the cabin as part of the first time user orientation This service is an additional cost to the lodging. I can provide guiding services for day hikes at an additional cost. The NeighborhoodThe mountains and woods around the Woody Creek Cabin provide guests with one of the most unique lodging experiences most people will ever have. The cabin is accessible by anyone that is in reasonable fitness. Children as young as 3 years old have made the trek to the cabin. Getting AroundThe cabin is only accessible by foot or horseback. Other Things to NoteFor more info and pictures about the cabin you can check out the (EMAIL HIDDEN) The cabin is managed by Beartooth Powder Guides in Cooke City and the nightly rental fee and orientation costs are only applicable from June 15-Novemeber 15. Renters must provide their own sleeping bags.
house
Poor
1 review
3br house
  • Pets Allowed
Get away from it all in this 3-bedroom log cabin located at Crandall Creek, Wyoming (approximately 60 miles from Cody and 20 miles from Cooke City, Montana and the Northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park) and nestled within the breathtaking Beartooth Mountains. Great opportunities for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, hunting, cross country skiing, snow mobiling, and snow-shoeing. It is fine for renters to call us for particulars, and information. There are falls and lakes close by and Clark`s Fork River 100 yards from the cabin. The Clark`s Fork and Spoon restaurant is located just a mile from the cabin. Yellowstone Park (North East Entrance) is 23 miles away. Additional amenities include: note: this property does not have a/c. average temperatures in the summer are low 80's in the day and low 50's at night. more details can be found by clicking on local area information - weather on the navigation bar above., horse shoe pit, three bedrooms (3 queens), fully furnished kitchen/dining area, magnificent views, family room with wood burning fireplace, great for atvs, covered porch with swing, outdoor furniture, one full bathroom with tub/shower, walking distance to fishing/canoeing on the creek. Get away from it all in this 3-bedroom log cabin located at Crandall Creek, Wyoming (approximately 60 miles from Cody and 20 miles from Cooke City, Montana and the Northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park) and nestled within the breathtaking Beartooth Mountains. Great opportunities for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, hunting, cross country skiing, snow mobiling, and snow-shoeing. It is fine for renters to call us for particulars, and information. There are falls and lakes close by and Clark`s Fork River 100 yards from the cabin. The Clark`s Fork and Spoon restaurant is located just a mile from the cabin. Yellowstone Park (North East Entrance) is 23 miles away. Additional amenities include: note: this property does not have a/c. average temperatures in the summer are low 80's in the day and low 50's at night. more details can be found by clicking on local area information - weather on the navigation bar above., horse shoe pit, three bedrooms (3 queens), fully furnished kitchen/dining area, magnificent views, family room with wood burning fireplace, great for atvs, covered porch with swing, outdoor furniture, one full bathroom with tub/shower, walking distance to fishing/canoeing on the creek.
cabin
2br cabin
    This two-bedroom, 1 bath cabin is situated on the banks of the Clarks Fork River. Nestled in trees, it is the perfect spot for privacy and quiet. A queen bed in each spacious bedroom and the sofa/sleeper in the living room sleep up to six people comfortably. The open floor plan for the kitchen, dining, and living areas make for easy flow and conversation. A wood stove warms the open area on chilly evenings; electric heat is available in the bedrooms and bath. The kitchen comes fully equipped. The bath has a stand up shower (no bathtub). Located in the Shoshone National Forest, this cabin provides a convenient base to explore this first national designated forest.. Many hiking/riding/biking/4WD trails await you. Excellent trout fishing is limitless in the area's lakes, streams, and the river. Enjoy boating, kayaking, canoeing, tubing, and swimming on those hot summer days. Yellowstone Park is a stone's throw away, and, not to be missed. The many unique features will surprise and amaze you. Cody WY, and Red Lodge and Cooke City MT are close by for shopping, rodeos, museums, and the like. Imagine waking up to the sound of birds in the trees, the sight of water flowing by in the river, the smell of pines as you step out your door, the taste of the wonderful breakfast cooked in your kitchen, resulting in the feeling you are wrapped in peace and calm. Above pricing includes taxes. The ranch is located within the Shoshone Nat'l Forest. The Clarks Fork River and the mountain, Hunter Peak, are key attributes of the ranch setting. There are few close human neighbors; wildlife of various forms join us at times.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    12 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    35 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceWell maintained classic Cooke City cabin. Modern kitchen and bathroom with jet tub! Cozy and warm living space, with great southern exposure deck that backs up to the Forest and a creek. For sleeping, there is a queen bed in the master bedroom, a queen bed in the loft and a large comfortable fold out sofa with memory foam mattress in the living room. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire house and yard and all amenities it has. The Neighborhood4 miles from the Northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park. Outstanding local bakery is located right across the street, so be careful if you have a sweet tooth :-) walking distance to everything in town and local hiking trails Getting AroundNo public transportation, but lots to do in walking distance Other Things to NoteCooke City has many restaurants in the summer to eat at, but for groceries there is just a small general store. The store has some groceries, but if you would like to have a larger selection of food to choose from, I recommend doing your grocery shopping in Cody, Livingston or Gardiner.
    Hotel
    9br 3-star Hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    • Wifi
    This family-friendly Wapiti resort is located in the mountains, 10.7 mi (17.2 km) from Sleeping Giant Winter Sports Area, and within 32 mi (52 km) of Buffalo Bill Dam and Yellowstone National Park East Entrance.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    Guest AccessWe have high speed internet and a phone to make local calls so please bring a calling card for long distance. Interaction with GuestsI live in nearby Bozeman and can be contacted via email or cell phone. The NeighborhoodLocated off the Main Street on a gravel road, it's quiet yet close to all that Cooke City has to offer. Getting AroundYou will need your own vehicle Cooke City is a very small remote mountain town.
    Home/Apartment
    3br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The SpaceNewly built luxury riverfront cabin with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, fully equipped gourmet kitchen, open floor plan main floor with gas fireplace and floor to ceiling wall of windows. Comfortable new log beds, large soaking tub. The deck overlooks the beautiful mountain views and Soda Butte Creek. The huge wall of windows invites the forest right inside, allowing you to watch the moose, deer, and bison as they come down to the creek for a drink. Fish for native cutthroat trout right on the property! The Northeast entrance gate to Yellowstone National Park is just 1/2 mile down the road from your driveway! A quick 20 minute drive to Lamar Valley, where you can see wolves, black and grizzly bear, herds of elk, bison, and pronghorn. Whether our guests are families with children, extended families with grandparents, couples, or just friends looking for a fun getaway, we strive to provide memories that will last a lifetime. After a day of sightseeing or hiking in the park, Creekside at Yellowstone will provide the perfect “basecamp” to come home to every evening. Relax on the porch or in front of the fireplace, fix healthy family meals in our gourmet kitchen or grill out on the large deck and share stories and photos from the day’s adventures. An outdoor firepit is great for s'mores or a romantic glass of wine after a day of sightseeing in the park. Our goal is to make you feel like you never want to leave. During your stay, we hope you’ve seen and enjoyed the amazing sights and sounds that Yellowstone has to offer, and you’ve learned about the Yellowstone ecosystem and want to come back again soon. We also hope you’ve relaxed and had fun! At the current time, this cabin does NOT have internet access but service is pending and anticipated by July. Free wifi is available 24/7 at the Cooke City Chamber of Commerce building just 3 miles away. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire 2100 square foot 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with the exception of the garage. Interaction with GuestsWe know the park intimately, and we are happy to sit with you and go over the map of Yellowstone and make recommendations about “must see” stops, sights, or hikes (as well as the best places to spot wolves, bears, waterfalls, etc.). We look forward to sharing our appreciation and love for this area with our guests The NeighborhoodQuick 3 minute walk to the rustic town of Silver Gate, where you'll find 2 small gift shops, a small town park, and the quaint and historic Log Cabin Cafe. Cooke City is just 3 miles down the road, where you'll find a small museum and visitor center, gift shops, and 5 restaurants. Getting AroundYou'll need a car here in Silver Gate, but the cabin is located right on the main road with plenty of room to park in the driveway. Other Things to NoteIn addition to the amazing proximity to Yellowstone National Park, there are many, many other fun activities in the Silver Gate and Cooke City area. Hiking along the creek or to one of the three area waterfalls, horseback riding, 4-wheeling, fishing, animal watching, touring the 11,000 foot scenic Beartooth Highway, kayaking or canoeing the beautiful Beartooth lakes, visiting local restaurants and gifts shops, and the Cooke City Mining Museum, birding, visiting a firetower, mountain biking, tubing on the creek next to the house, rock-hounding (petrified wood!), driving the breathtaking Chief Joseph Highway to the historic town of Cody, WY and taking in a rodeo, river rafting, or visiting the world-class Buffalo Bill Cody Museum... or simply relaxing on the deck with a good book and watching the creek go by. The cabin has maps and guidebooks as well as games for kids and adults.
    Home/Apartment
    Good
    40 reviews
    Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceRight off the main road in Cooke City and close to Miners saloon, this cozy little cabin is its own unit and not sharing walls with any other dwelling. It's a quiet, warm place to rest ones head after a day full of fun. One full bed and one single bed makes it convenient for a party of 2 or 3. We now have a cot available at request, it is smaller than a single. There is one recliner, three folding chairs and 3 benches provided for seating. This cabin is a rustic accommodation offering a simple setting for a break from the busy world. A microwave, mini fridge and coffee maker are provided in the kitchenette. Coffee, filters, tea, paper towels, tissues, toilet paper, soap, toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner are available to use. Extra blankets and pillows are available, please request them. The cabin is clean and well maintained, but is still being perfected. The bathroom has a full tub and shower. The property sits on land bordering the national forest. The ground surrounding the cabin is varied and uneven, please always watch your step on your way to the porch. Staying here means you get to enjoy an amazing view from the front door! Guest AccessAccess into the cabin is by an electrical door knob with code entry. Parking is plenty and free. You might notice the map provided by the site says Cody, WY. This is a mistake by the makers of the map that I can not fix. The cabin is in fact located in the general area as shown, not in Cody. It is directly off the Hwy 212 in Cooke City, MT. Guests are welcome to use anything provided in the cabin, including food, drink and hygiene products. Additional linens must be requested, just contact the listing manager, Jessica. Interaction with GuestsGenerally, we won't meet up with you during the reservation, unless you've requested a meeting. I am in town and available most days to help you, or resolve any issues. Call or Email me if you need anything or have any questions. The NeighborhoodPlease be prepared for the area and note that there is no cell phone service in this tiny town, or with in about 50 miles each direction. Roads surrounding the area close seasonally. Please be sure you know your route and that it is open. Summer: Don't let the word "city" mislead you. It is a very rural area where we let the wild plants and grasses grow tall. There is a lot of wildlife; you might get to see bison, moose, bears, deer, foxes, owls... We suggest bear spray for hiking in the area. During the summer months, the city is bustling with tourism. Plenty of restaurants and shops are open long hours. There is not a traditional grocery store in Cooke City. The closest grocers are in Cody, WY and Gardiner, MT. Located 4 miles East of the north east entrance to Yellowstone National Park and surrounded by National Forests, this town is an ultimate retreat into nature. There are a ton of trails to hike or rent ATVs for in the summer. The trails are surrounded by and often lead to rivers, lakes, creeks, and water falls. The residents are usually very friendly and helpful. There is also a neat historical museum at the Visitor Center. Plenty more information about the area can also be found there. Sweet Pea Grocery and Gifts, and Stop the Car are two little shops worth stopping in on. Keep an eye out for some local artist galleries and crafters too! During the summer all the shops and restaurants are open as well as the amazing scenic Beartooth Highway. If you visit in summer don't miss Cafe Cooke or Sylvia's Sweet Shoppe! Yum! Winter: Cooke City is an isolated little town in the mountains where snowmobile riding is very popular between November and April each winter. Cross country skiing and other winter activities, as well as photography, are also popular during winter. During the winter Cooke City is the dead end on the only road in Yellowstone National Park open at the time. Restaurants and shops are limited and have shorter hours. The nearest grocery store is in Gardiner, MT Getting AroundSummer Time: Everything you'll need can be found right off the Highway 212 and most places are with in walking distance. You can get to Cooke from either direction, through Yellowstone National Park exiting the North East Gate or by using Beartooth Highway and/or Chief Joseph Highway. You can find ATVs to rent in town and drive out onto trails surrounding the tiny city. Horseback rides are also available. Winter Time: The only road into Cooke during the winter is through Yellowstone National Park (fees apply) from the entrance in Gardiner MT (Western entrance). It is also possible to trailer up snowmobiles, park at Pilot on highway 212 and ride in less than ten miles on snowmobiles to Cooke City (Eastern entrance). Permits are required for snowmobiles. Permits and more info can be obtained at the Exon or Bearclaw Bob's. There are four consistent restaurants in town during winter, two of them serve liquor, one only serves breakfast (best in town). Everything you need is in town is with in walking distance. Other Things to NoteWiFi and unlimited domestic USA calls are now available in the cabin. There is no cell phone service in Cooke City. The Soda Butte Lodge has public laundry facilities. Many of the businesses accept only cash or have a card payment minimum. ATMs are at the Sinclair, Exxon, Miners Saloon and in the Super 8 Lobby. This is a pretty small cabin (15x15 feet about) There isn't much room for extra beds or chairs. You are welcome to request use of the cot to accommodate the 4 (2 kids, 2 Adults) persons allowed. Security Deposit is for incidentals and will be typically returned in full as long as everything is left in acceptable condition.
    house
    3br house
      This brand new riverfront three bedroom, two bath 2,100 square foot home is located just ½ mile from the NE entrance to Yellowstone National Park. It is THE closest rental to the park! Summer sightseeing, fall elk bugling and fishing, winter wolf watching and backcountry skiing, spring baby animal photography, this place is perfect for all of that and more. Our extremely clean, newly built luxury cabin has a fully equipped gourmet kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a wide-open floor plan. The main floor master bedroom has a king-sized log bed, and a large master bath with double sink vanity, 6 foot soaking tub and 5 foot shower. Upstairs, the loft bedroom has a comfortable queen bed with mountain views out every window. The second upstairs bedroom has a twin-over-full log bunkbed and a full futon. The upstairs bath has double sink vanity and a shower/tub combo. Both bathrooms have on-demand hot water. The floor-to-ceiling wall of windows in the living room brings the great outdoors right inside to you. Enjoy the gas fireplace from the comfortable leather seating. Shelves of guidebooks help you learn about your Yellowstone surroundings, animals you will see and hiking trails both in and around the park. The open kitchen has brand new appliances, including a gas range /oven, dishwasher, refrigerator, coffee maker, electric teapot, and microwave oven. Beautiful rustic hickory cabinets complement the quartz countertops. The large island/eating bar has great views out to the creek and Amphitheater Mountain. The ceiling is tongue and groove blue pine. Yes, we have a large laundry room with full-sized washer and dryer, so no need to over-pack!! The laundry room also has an 84-can drink fridge and an ice maker. An 8-foot deck surrounds ¾ of our home, giving you a private retreat to read, relax, sit with family and friends, or cook on the gas BBQ grill. Take a nap in the air chair, or just enjoy this peaceful outdoor space overlooking the creek and watch the deer, moose, and bison walk by to get a drink. Bring your fly rod along to see if you can outsmart the native Yellowstone Cutthroat trout in Soda Butte Creek. We also have an outdoor fire pit for smores, evening storytelling, or enjoying a romantic nightcap. You and your family and friends are going to love this place! Whether our guests are families with children, extended families with grandparents, couples, or just friends looking for a fun getaway, we strive to provide memories that will last a lifetime. After a day of sightseeing or hiking in the park, Creekside at Yellowstone will provide the perfect “basecamp” to come home to every evening. Relax on the porch or in front of the fireplace, fix healthy family meals in our gourmet kitchen or grill out on the large deck and share stories and photos from the day’s adventures. Our goal is to make you feel like you never want to leave, and during your stay, you’ve relaxed, had fun, and enjoyed the amazing sights and sounds that Yellowstone has to offer. Creekside at Yellowstone is the 3rd house out of the park...THE closest rental available. We have deer, bison, turkey, and moose that roam through the property often as they head to Soda Butte Creek for a drink. The Soda Butte, with its native cutthroat trout, is a popular fishing stream. Mountain views surround the cabin, located on an acre of wooded land bordered on tow side by Soda Butte Creek. In the fall, spring, and winter, you have the convenience of living on a plowed main road, but the privacy of a full wooded acre. It's a short walk from the house to the town of Silver Gate, which has two small stores and a restaurant. Cooke City, Silver Gate's larger counterpart, is just three miles down the road.
      hotel
      33br hotel
      • Breakfast
      • Gym
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Swimming Pool
      • Wifi
      This Pride of Super 8 Award Winning property is located in the heart of the Beartooth Mountains in Historical mining town. Yellowstone Park Northeast Entrance 4 mi. Property features 33 rooms, Super Start Plus Breakfast, Free Wi Fi, Interior & Exterior entrances, Jaccaui Tubs some rooms. Guest Laundry, Meeting Room, Outside Plug ins, NO PETS ALLOWED, Bear Claw Bakery, ATV & Snowmobile rentals on site, Second largest Snowmobiling trails in Montana, 63 miles of Groomed Trails for Cross Country Skiing, Rafting, Horseback Riding, Fishing, Hiking, Wildlife Watching, Complete Non Smoking property and a Beautiful view of the Beartooth Mountains.
      hotel
      Poor
      223 reviews
      52br hotel
      • Breakfast
      • Gym
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Swimming Pool
      • Wifi
      Located in Pahaska, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from Sleeping Giant Winter Sports Area and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Yellowstone National Park East Entrance.
      hotel
      10br hotel
      • Breakfast
      • Gym
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Swimming Pool
      • Wifi
      Situated in Wapiti, this resort is 6.3 mi (10.2 km) from Sleeping Giant Winter Sports Area and 10.1 mi (16.2 km) from Yellowstone National Park East Entrance.
      Home/Apartment
      Poor
      1 review
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Pets Allowed
      Get away from it all in this 3-bedroom log cabin located at Crandall Creek, Wyoming (approximately 60 miles from Cody and 20 miles from Cooke City, Montana and the Northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park) and nestled within the breathtaking Beartooth Mountains. Great opportunities for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, hunting, cross country skiing, snow mobiling, and snow-shoeing. It is fine for renters to call us for particulars, and information. There are falls and lakes close by and Clark`s Fork River 100 yards from the cabin. The Clark`s Fork and Spoon restaurant is located just a mile from the cabin. Yellowstone Park (North East Entrance) is 23 miles away. Additional amenities include: note: this property does not have a/c. average temperatures in the summer are low 80's in the day and low 50's at night. more details can be found by clicking on local area information - weather on the navigation bar above., horse shoe pit, three bedrooms (3 queens), fully furnished kitchen/dining area, magnificent views, family room with wood burning fireplace, great for atvs, covered porch with swing, outdoor furniture, one full bathroom with tub/shower, walking distance to fishing/canoeing on the creek.
      Cabin
      2br Cabin
      • Pets Allowed
      This two-bedroom, 1 bath cabin is situated on the banks of the Clarks Fork River. Nestled in trees, it is the perfect spot for privacy and quiet. A queen bed in each spacious bedroom and the sofa/sleeper in the living room sleep up to six people comfortably. The open floor plan for the kitchen, dining, and living areas make for easy flow and conversation. A wood stove warms the open area on chilly evenings; electric heat is available in the bedrooms and bath. The kitchen comes fully equipped. The bath has a stand up shower (no bathtub). Located in the Shoshone National Forest, this cabin provides a convenient base to explore this first national designated forest.. Many hiking/riding/biking/4WD trails await you. Excellent trout fishing is limitless in the area's lakes, streams, and the river. Enjoy boating, kayaking, canoeing, tubing, and swimming on those hot summer days. Yellowstone Park is a stone's throw away, and, not to be missed. The many unique features will surprise and amaze you. Cody WY, and Red Lodge and Cooke City MT are close by for shopping, rodeos, museums, and the like. Imagine waking up to the sound of birds in the trees, the sight of water flowing by in the river, the smell of pines as you step out your door, the taste of the wonderful breakfast cooked in your kitchen, resulting in the feeling you are wrapped in peace and calm.
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      This rustic, western lodge is beautiful and unique and is ideally located 30 miles from the East Gate of Yellowstone and 20 miles from the town of Cody. The downstairs consists of a great room with seating area and dining area, a large, fully equipped kitchen, and a bathroom. The loft has two bedrooms, each with a full-sized bed, dresser, and small table and chair. There is also an airbed available for the great room.
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      Bedroom
      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
      The SpaceStunning mountain setting 1 mile from Yellowstone. Near Lamar Valley. Best Breakfast of your life included in the rate. Enjoy any selection from the famous Log Cabin Cafe breakfast menu. Pancakes, trout, hash browns made to order just for you. Our breakfasts have been world famous since 1937. Options include homemade pancakes, eggs made to order, homemade hashbrowns, grilled trout and more. This is heart and home food, to start your day right. Additional guests, up to 2, are $25/night including breakfast. Each original log cabin has 2 double beds and is furnished in rustic Western Americana decor. The cabins are dry with no plumbing or water or toilets. There is a detached private shower house just next to the cabins about 20-30 feet away, shared by 2 cabins. All the buildings have heat and modern interior updates. There is no cell service, internet, television or landline available in our cabins. We allow 1 well behaved dog/ cabin. Demand for summer nights is extremely high, so please book your dates immediately. For nearly eighty years, the Log Cabin Cafe has opened your heart, evoking home & family. Join us as we make new memories around your breakfast family table. Guest AccessSelf check in system, code for door provided with reservation confirmation or with dining room staff during operating hours. Check out by noon after breakfast. Interaction with GuestsWe staff the restaurant daily for anything you need. Get your door's combo in your reservation confirmation or anytime during business hours inside. The NeighborhoodOne mile from Yellowstone. Four miles west of Cooke City. Near Lamar Valley. Silver gate is a town of mountains, pines, moose, bears, birds, alpine waters and quiet. Nothing else. We are a quaint, historic town. Enjoy quiet nature based activities: wildlife, hiking, fishing. Other Things to NoteNo cells service in town. Cabins lack phones, internet, t.v. Weather can be cold all summer, bring warm outerwear and waterproof shoes.
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      Bedroom
      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceStunning mountain setting 1 mile from Yellowstone. Near Lamar Valley. Best Breakfast of your life included in the rate. Enjoy any selection from the famous Log Cabin Cafe breakfast menu. Pancakes, trout, hash browns made to order just for you. Our breakfasts have been world famous since 1937. Options include homemade pancakes, eggs made to order, homemade hashbrowns, grilled trout and more. This is heart and home food, to start your day right. Additional guests, up to 2, are $25/night including breakfast. Each original log cabin has 2 double beds and is furnished in rustic Western Americana decor. The cabins are dry with no plumbing or water or toilets. There is a detached private shower house just next to the cabins about 20-30 feet away, shared by 2 cabins. All the buildings have heat and modern interior updates. There is no cell service, internet, television or landline available in our cabins. We allow 1 well behaved dog/ cabin. Demand for summer nights is extremely high, so please book your dates immediately. For nearly eighty years, the Log Cabin Cafe has opened your heart, evoking home & family. Join us as we make new memories around your breakfast family table. Guest AccessSelf check in. Check out by noon after breakfast. Combo lock on door, provided in house manual upon confirmation or by dining room staff during operating hours. Interaction with GuestsWe staff the restaurant daily for anything you need. Get your door's combo in your reservation confirmation or anytime during business hours inside. The NeighborhoodOne mile from Yellowstone. Four miles west of Cooke City. Near Lamar Valley. Silver gate is a town of mountains, pines, moose, bears, birds, alpine waters and quiet. Nothing else. We are a quaint, historic town. Enjoy quiet nature based activities: wildlife, hiking, fishing. Other Things to NoteNo cell service in town. Cabins lack phones, internet, t.v. and water. Weather can be cold all summer, bring warm outerwear and waterproof shoes.
      Home/Apartment
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      The SpaceMountain Cabin unlike a motel room. Surrounded by Evergreens and fresh air. Big Moose Resort amenities included. Excellent hosts knowledgeable of the area to make your vacation the best! Guest AccessHot tub, limited WIFI, BBQ grill, campfire pit, porch area. NO cell service in greater than 30 or 40 mile radius. Phone available in office. Excellent host offers travelers information! Interaction with GuestsOn site Residents The NeighborhoodOut of town, quiet and home like atmosphere. Getting Aroundplenty of parking. No public transportation Other Things to NoteWeather changes are common, more cool weather than warm.
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
        This brand new riverfront three bedroom, two bath 2,100 square foot home is located just ½ mile from the NE entrance to Yellowstone National Park. It is THE closest rental to the park! Summer sightseeing, fall elk bugling and fishing, winter wolf watching and backcountry skiing, spring baby animal photography, this place is perfect for all of that and more. Our extremely clean, newly built luxury cabin has a fully equipped gourmet kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a wide-open floor plan. The main floor master bedroom has a king-sized log bed, and a large master bath with double sink vanity, 6 foot soaking tub and 5 foot shower. Upstairs, the loft bedroom has a comfortable queen bed with mountain views out every window. The second upstairs bedroom has a twin-over-full log bunkbed and a full futon. The upstairs bath has double sink vanity and a shower/tub combo. Both bathrooms have on-demand hot water. The floor-to-ceiling wall of windows in the living room brings the great outdoors right inside to you. Enjoy the gas fireplace from the comfortable leather seating. Shelves of guidebooks help you learn about your Yellowstone surroundings, animals you will see and hiking trails both in and around the park. The open kitchen has brand new appliances, including a gas range /oven, dishwasher, refrigerator, coffee maker, electric teapot, and microwave oven. Beautiful rustic hickory cabinets complement the quartz countertops. The large island/eating bar has great views out to the creek and Amphitheater Mountain. The ceiling is tongue and groove blue pine. Yes, we have a large laundry room with full-sized washer and dryer, so no need to over-pack!! The laundry room also has an 84-can drink fridge and an ice maker. An 8-foot deck surrounds ¾ of our home, giving you a private retreat to read, relax, sit with family and friends, or cook on the gas BBQ grill. Take a nap in the air chair, or just enjoy this peaceful outdoor space overlooking the creek and watch the deer, moose, and bison walk by to get a drink. Bring your fly rod along to see if you can outsmart the native Yellowstone Cutthroat trout in Soda Butte Creek. We also have an outdoor fire pit for smores, evening storytelling, or enjoying a romantic nightcap. You and your family and friends are going to love this place! Whether our guests are families with children, extended families with grandparents, couples, or just friends looking for a fun getaway, we strive to provide memories that will last a lifetime. After a day of sightseeing or hiking in the park, Creekside at Yellowstone will provide the perfect “basecamp” to come home to every evening. Relax on the porch or in front of the fireplace, fix healthy family meals in our gourmet kitchen or grill out on the large deck and share stories and photos from the day’s adventures. Our goal is to make you feel like you never want to leave, and during your stay, you’ve relaxed, had fun, and enjoyed the amazing sights and sounds that Yellowstone has to offer.
        house
        4br house
          This luxury mountain retreat is as spectacular as its views. The custom home features a chef's kitchen, 4 decks, a bar and hot tub. Located on the western edge of Historic Cooke City, 3 miles to the North East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park and on the Beartooth All American Highway. Recreational opportunities are endless right out the front door of this amazing property.
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          The SpaceThe Range Rider Lodge is located one mile outside the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Silver Gate, Montana. Construction of this beautiful lodge began in 1937 with whole logs brought in from the surrounding forests to build, what was for many decades, the largest log cabin structure in Montana. In 1939, the lodge opened. Originally called the Gorham Chalet, it was used less for lodging and more as an “indoor playground” for drinking, gambling, and prostitution. In those early days, Ernest Hemingway used to frequent the bar on Saturday nights as he spent a couple summers living and writing on a nearby ranch (we actually have a small Hemingway museum dedicated to his time in the area). Since it's opening, the Range Rider has seen some wild times, passed through many owners, different phases, and enlivened a small mountain community. No longer the “indoor playground” of the late 30's and 40's, today the Range Rider is a bit more tame. With a low-key beer and wine bar open in the summer for a few hours most nights and twenty rooms located as close as you can stay to the wildlife of Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, the lodge has taken on a bit of a new persona recently. Yet, the Range Rider still maintains all the character and architectural beauty it has all these years. While the phenomenal woodwork and remarkable history of the building can be appreciated by anyone, the Range Rider was built in another era and we won't try to convince you it's luxurious lodging. It's a rustic lodging option for people who seek the experience of staying in such a place and don't mind communal bathrooms, creaky floors, and thin walls. It's for the type of person who prefers novel experience and rich character over the sterile comfort of a hotel chain. Our lodge does not have wifi or television. There's no cell service in Silver Gate. Instead of TV and social media, our guests venture down to the lounge and bar area in the evening to relax by the fireplace, at the bar, or play games (we have a foosball table, giant Jenga, and many board games). It's a place to meet fellow travelers, yet still have your space. It's the kind of place people remember decades later and should you pass through town again in the future, you'd be curious and stop in to have another look around (as people do every day). While the Range Rider is an older building with few frills, we're here to make your Yellowstone experience the best it can be. Each room comes with a short, helpful “best of” Yellowstone guidebook written by Henry, the owner of the lodge, who's spent the better part of the last 25 years in and around Yellowstone. At the Silver Gate General Store immediately next door, we sell bear spray, wolf charts, and detailed maps of Yellowstone in addition to renting out spotting scopes and binoculars. Our staff is comprised of individuals who choose to work here to be next to the park and they're more than happy to provide recommendations on how to best spend your time in the park. We hope to be your “home base” from which to venture into the wild of Yellowstone. A remarkably unique, authentic Montana lodge that's an experience within itself and comes with the knowledge and resources you need to make the most of your time exploring Yellowstone.
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          • Parking
          The SpaceThe Range Rider Lodge is located one mile outside the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Silver Gate, Montana. Construction of this beautiful lodge began in 1937 with whole logs brought in from the surrounding forests to build, what was for many decades, the largest log cabin structure in Montana. In 1939, the lodge opened. Originally called the Gorham Chalet, it was used less for lodging and more as an “indoor playground” for drinking, gambling, and prostitution. In those early days, Ernest Hemingway used to frequent the bar on Saturday nights as he spent a couple summers living and writing on a nearby ranch (we actually have a small Hemingway museum dedicated to his time in the area). Since it's opening, the Range Rider has seen some wild times, passed through many owners, different phases, and enlivened a small mountain community. No longer the “indoor playground” of the late 30's and 40's, today the Range Rider is a bit more tame. With a low-key beer and wine bar open in the summer for a few hours most nights and twenty rooms located as close as you can stay to the wildlife of Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, the lodge has taken on a bit of a new persona recently. Yet, the Range Rider still maintains all the character and architectural beauty it has all these years. While the phenomenal woodwork and remarkable history of the building can be appreciated by anyone, the Range Rider was built in another era and we won't try to convince you it's luxurious lodging. It's a rustic lodging option for people who seek the experience of staying in such a place and don't mind communal bathrooms, creaky floors, and thin walls. It's for the type of person who prefers novel experience and rich character over the sterile comfort of a hotel chain. Our lodge does not have wifi or television. There's no cell service in Silver Gate. Instead of TV and social media, our guests venture down to the lounge and bar area in the evening to relax by the fireplace, at the bar, or play games (we have a foosball table, giant Jenga, and many board games). It's a place to meet fellow travelers, yet still have your space. It's the kind of place people remember decades later and should you pass through town again in the future, you'd be curious and stop in to have another look around (as people do every day). While the Range Rider is an older building with few frills, we're here to make your Yellowstone experience the best it can be. Each room comes with a short, helpful “best of” Yellowstone guidebook written by Henry, the owner of the lodge, who's spent the better part of the last 25 years in and around Yellowstone. At the Silver Gate General Store immediately next door, we sell bear spray, wolf charts, and detailed maps of Yellowstone in addition to renting out spotting scopes and binoculars. Our staff is comprised of individuals who choose to work here to be next to the park and they're more than happy to provide recommendations on how to best spend your time in the park. We hope to be your “home base” from which to venture into the wild of Yellowstone. A remarkably unique, authentic Montana lodge that's an experience within itself and comes with the knowledge and resources you need to make the most of your time exploring Yellowstone.
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          Bedroom
          • Parking
          The SpaceThe Range Rider Lodge is located one mile outside the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Silver Gate, Montana. Construction of this beautiful lodge began in 1937 with whole logs brought in from the surrounding forests to build, what was for many decades, the largest log cabin structure in Montana. In 1939, the lodge opened. Originally called the Gorham Chalet, it was used less for lodging and more as an “indoor playground” for drinking, gambling, and prostitution. In those early days, Ernest Hemingway used to frequent the bar on Saturday nights as he spent a couple summers living and writing on a nearby ranch (we actually have a small Hemingway museum dedicated to his time in the area). Since it's opening, the Range Rider has seen some wild times, passed through many owners, different phases, and enlivened a small mountain community. No longer the “indoor playground” of the late 30's and 40's, today the Range Rider is a bit more tame. With a low-key beer and wine bar open in the summer for a few hours most nights and twenty rooms located as close as you can stay to the wildlife of Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, the lodge has taken on a bit of a new persona recently. Yet, the Range Rider still maintains all the character and architectural beauty it has all these years. While the phenomenal woodwork and remarkable history of the building can be appreciated by anyone, the Range Rider was built in another era and we won't try to convince you it's luxurious lodging. It's a rustic lodging option for people who seek the experience of staying in such a place and don't mind communal bathrooms, creaky floors, and thin walls. It's for the type of person who prefers novel experience and rich character over the sterile comfort of a hotel chain. Our lodge does not have wifi or television. There's no cell service in Silver Gate. Instead of TV and social media, our guests venture down to the lounge and bar area in the evening to relax by the fireplace, at the bar, or play games (we have a foosball table, giant Jenga, and many board games). It's a place to meet fellow travelers, yet still have your space. It's the kind of place people remember decades later and should you pass through town again in the future, you'd be curious and stop in to have another look around (as people do every day). While the Range Rider is an older building with few frills, we're here to make your Yellowstone experience the best it can be. Each room comes with a short, helpful “best of” Yellowstone guidebook written by Henry, the owner of the lodge, who's spent the better part of the last 25 years in and around Yellowstone. At the Silver Gate General Store immediately next door, we sell bear spray, wolf charts, and detailed maps of Yellowstone in addition to renting out spotting scopes and binoculars. Our staff is comprised of individuals who choose to work here to be next to the park and they're more than happy to provide recommendations on how to best spend your time in the park. We hope to be your “home base” from which to venture into the wild of Yellowstone. A remarkably unique, authentic Montana lodge that's an experience within itself and comes with the knowledge and resources you need to make the most of your time exploring Yellowstone.
          Bedroom
          Bedroom
          • Parking
          The SpaceThe Range Rider Lodge is located one mile outside the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Silver Gate, Montana. Construction of this beautiful lodge began in 1937 with whole logs brought in from the surrounding forests to build, what was for many decades, the largest log cabin structure in Montana. In 1939, the lodge opened. Originally called the Gorham Chalet, it was used less for lodging and more as an “indoor playground” for drinking, gambling, and prostitution. In those early days, Ernest Hemingway used to frequent the bar on Saturday nights as he spent a couple summers living and writing on a nearby ranch (we actually have a small Hemingway museum dedicated to his time in the area). Since it's opening, the Range Rider has seen some wild times, passed through many owners, different phases, and enlivened a small mountain community. No longer the “indoor playground” of the late 30's and 40's, today the Range Rider is a bit more tame. With a low-key beer and wine bar open in the summer for a few hours most nights and twenty rooms located as close as you can stay to the wildlife of Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, the lodge has taken on a bit of a new persona recently. Yet, the Range Rider still maintains all the character and architectural beauty it has all these years. While the phenomenal woodwork and remarkable history of the building can be appreciated by anyone, the Range Rider was built in another era and we won't try to convince you it's luxurious lodging. It's a rustic lodging option for people who seek the experience of staying in such a place and don't mind communal bathrooms, creaky floors, and thin walls. It's for the type of person who prefers novel experience and rich character over the sterile comfort of a hotel chain. Our lodge does not have wifi or television. There's no cell service in Silver Gate. Instead of TV and social media, our guests venture down to the lounge and bar area in the evening to relax by the fireplace, at the bar, or play games (we have a foosball table, giant Jenga, and many board games). It's a place to meet fellow travelers, yet still have your space. It's the kind of place people remember decades later and should you pass through town again in the future, you'd be curious and stop in to have another look around (as people do every day). While the Range Rider is an older building with few frills, we're here to make your Yellowstone experience the best it can be. Each room comes with a short, helpful “best of” Yellowstone guidebook written by Henry, the owner of the lodge, who's spent the better part of the last 25 years in and around Yellowstone. At the Silver Gate General Store immediately next door, we sell bear spray, wolf charts, and detailed maps of Yellowstone in addition to renting out spotting scopes and binoculars. Our staff is comprised of individuals who choose to work here to be next to the park and they're more than happy to provide recommendations on how to best spend your time in the park. We hope to be your “home base” from which to venture into the wild of Yellowstone. A remarkably unique, authentic Montana lodge that's an experience within itself and comes with the knowledge and resources you need to make the most of your time exploring Yellowstone.
          Bedroom
          Bedroom
          • Parking
          The SpaceThe Range Rider Lodge is located one mile outside the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Silver Gate, Montana. Construction of this beautiful lodge began in 1937 with whole logs brought in from the surrounding forests to build, what was for many decades, the largest log cabin structure in Montana. In 1939, the lodge opened. Originally called the Gorham Chalet, it was used less for lodging and more as an “indoor playground” for drinking, gambling, and prostitution. In those early days, Ernest Hemingway used to frequent the bar on Saturday nights as he spent a couple summers living and writing on a nearby ranch (we actually have a small Hemingway museum dedicated to his time in the area). Since it's opening, the Range Rider has seen some wild times, passed through many owners, different phases, and enlivened a small mountain community. No longer the “indoor playground” of the late 30's and 40's, today the Range Rider is a bit more tame. With a low-key beer and wine bar open in the summer for a few hours most nights and twenty rooms located as close as you can stay to the wildlife of Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, the lodge has taken on a bit of a new persona recently. Yet, the Range Rider still maintains all the character and architectural beauty it has all these years. While the phenomenal woodwork and remarkable history of the building can be appreciated by anyone, the Range Rider was built in another era and we won't try to convince you it's luxurious lodging. It's a rustic lodging option for people who seek the experience of staying in such a place and don't mind communal bathrooms, creaky floors, and thin walls. It's for the type of person who prefers novel experience and rich character over the sterile comfort of a hotel chain. Our lodge does not have wifi or television. There's no cell service in Silver Gate. Instead of TV and social media, our guests venture down to the lounge and bar area in the evening to relax by the fireplace, at the bar, or play games (we have a foosball table, giant Jenga, and many board games). It's a place to meet fellow travelers, yet still have your space. It's the kind of place people remember decades later and should you pass through town again in the future, you'd be curious and stop in to have another look around (as people do every day). While the Range Rider is an older building with few frills, we're here to make your Yellowstone experience the best it can be. Each room comes with a short, helpful “best of” Yellowstone guidebook written by Henry, the owner of the lodge, who's spent the better part of the last 25 years in and around Yellowstone. At the Silver Gate General Store immediately next door, we sell bear spray, wolf charts, and detailed maps of Yellowstone in addition to renting out spotting scopes and binoculars. Our staff is comprised of individuals who choose to work here to be next to the park and they're more than happy to provide recommendations on how to best spend your time in the park. We hope to be your “home base” from which to venture into the wild of Yellowstone. A remarkably unique, authentic Montana lodge that's an experience within itself and comes with the knowledge and resources you need to make the most of your time exploring Yellowstone.
          Bedroom
          Bedroom
          • Parking
          The SpaceThe Range Rider Lodge is located one mile outside the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Silver Gate, Montana. Construction of this beautiful lodge began in 1937 with whole logs brought in from the surrounding forests to build, what was for many decades, the largest log cabin structure in Montana. In 1939, the lodge opened. Originally called the Gorham Chalet, it was used less for lodging and more as an “indoor playground” for drinking, gambling, and prostitution. In those early days, Ernest Hemingway used to frequent the bar on Saturday nights as he spent a couple summers living and writing on a nearby ranch (we actually have a small Hemingway museum dedicated to his time in the area). Since it's opening, the Range Rider has seen some wild times, passed through many owners, different phases, and enlivened a small mountain community. No longer the “indoor playground” of the late 30's and 40's, today the Range Rider is a bit more tame. With a low-key beer and wine bar open in the summer for a few hours most nights and twenty rooms located as close as you can stay to the wildlife of Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, the lodge has taken on a bit of a new persona recently. Yet, the Range Rider still maintains all the character and architectural beauty it has all these years. While the phenomenal woodwork and remarkable history of the building can be appreciated by anyone, the Range Rider was built in another era and we won't try to convince you it's luxurious lodging. It's a rustic lodging option for people who seek the experience of staying in such a place and don't mind communal bathrooms, creaky floors, and thin walls. It's for the type of person who prefers novel experience and rich character over the sterile comfort of a hotel chain. Our lodge does not have wifi or television. There's no cell service in Silver Gate. Instead of TV and social media, our guests venture down to the lounge and bar area in the evening to relax by the fireplace, at the bar, or play games (we have a foosball table, giant Jenga, and many board games). It's a place to meet fellow travelers, yet still have your space. It's the kind of place people remember decades later and should you pass through town again in the future, you'd be curious and stop in to have another look around (as people do every day). While the Range Rider is an older building with few frills, we're here to make your Yellowstone experience the best it can be. Each room comes with a short, helpful “best of” Yellowstone guidebook written by Henry, the owner of the lodge, who's spent the better part of the last 25 years in and around Yellowstone. At the Silver Gate General Store immediately next door, we sell bear spray, wolf charts, and detailed maps of Yellowstone in addition to renting out spotting scopes and binoculars. Our staff is comprised of individuals who choose to work here to be next to the park and they're more than happy to provide recommendations on how to best spend your time in the park. We hope to be your “home base” from which to venture into the wild of Yellowstone. A remarkably unique, authentic Montana lodge that's an experience within itself and comes with the knowledge and resources you need to make the most of your time exploring Yellowstone.
          Bedroom
          Bedroom
          • Parking
          The SpaceThe Range Rider Lodge is located one mile outside the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Silver Gate, Montana. Construction of this beautiful lodge began in 1937 with whole logs brought in from the surrounding forests to build, what was for many decades, the largest log cabin structure in Montana. In 1939, the lodge opened. Originally called the Gorham Chalet, it was used less for lodging and more as an “indoor playground” for drinking, gambling, and prostitution. In those early days, Ernest Hemingway used to frequent the bar on Saturday nights as he spent a couple summers living and writing on a nearby ranch (we actually have a small Hemingway museum dedicated to his time in the area). Since it's opening, the Range Rider has seen some wild times, passed through many owners, different phases, and enlivened a small mountain community. No longer the “indoor playground” of the late 30's and 40's, today the Range Rider is a bit more tame. With a low-key beer and wine bar open in the summer for a few hours most nights and twenty rooms located as close as you can stay to the wildlife of Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, the lodge has taken on a bit of a new persona recently. Yet, the Range Rider still maintains all the character and architectural beauty it has all these years. While the phenomenal woodwork and remarkable history of the building can be appreciated by anyone, the Range Rider was built in another era and we won't try to convince you it's luxurious lodging. It's a rustic lodging option for people who seek the experience of staying in such a place and don't mind communal bathrooms, creaky floors, and thin walls. It's for the type of person who prefers novel experience and rich character over the sterile comfort of a hotel chain. Our lodge does not have wifi or television. There's no cell service in Silver Gate. Instead of TV and social media, our guests venture down to the lounge and bar area in the evening to relax by the fireplace, at the bar, or play games (we have a foosball table, giant Jenga, and many board games). It's a place to meet fellow travelers, yet still have your space. It's the kind of place people remember decades later and should you pass through town again in the future, you'd be curious and stop in to have another look around (as people do every day). While the Range Rider is an older building with few frills, we're here to make your Yellowstone experience the best it can be. Each room comes with a short, helpful “best of” Yellowstone guidebook written by Henry, the owner of the lodge, who's spent the better part of the last 25 years in and around Yellowstone. At the Silver Gate General Store immediately next door, we sell bear spray, wolf charts, and detailed maps of Yellowstone in addition to renting out spotting scopes and binoculars. Our staff is comprised of individuals who choose to work here to be next to the park and they're more than happy to provide recommendations on how to best spend your time in the park. We hope to be your “home base” from which to venture into the wild of Yellowstone. A remarkably unique, authentic Montana lodge that's an experience within itself and comes with the knowledge and resources you need to make the most of your time exploring Yellowstone.
          Bedroom
          Bedroom
          • Parking
          The SpaceThe Range Rider Lodge is located one mile outside the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Silver Gate, Montana. Construction of this beautiful lodge began in 1937 with whole logs brought in from the surrounding forests to build, what was for many decades, the largest log cabin structure in Montana. In 1939, the lodge opened. Originally called the Gorham Chalet, it was used less for lodging and more as an “indoor playground” for drinking, gambling, and prostitution. In those early days, Ernest Hemingway used to frequent the bar on Saturday nights as he spent a couple summers living and writing on a nearby ranch (we actually have a small Hemingway museum dedicated to his time in the area). Since it's opening, the Range Rider has seen some wild times, passed through many owners, different phases, and enlivened a small mountain community. No longer the “indoor playground” of the late 30's and 40's, today the Range Rider is a bit more tame. With a low-key beer and wine bar open in the summer for a few hours most nights and twenty rooms located as close as you can stay to the wildlife of Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, the lodge has taken on a bit of a new persona recently. Yet, the Range Rider still maintains all the character and architectural beauty it has all these years. While the phenomenal woodwork and remarkable history of the building can be appreciated by anyone, the Range Rider was built in another era and we won't try to convince you it's luxurious lodging. It's a rustic lodging option for people who seek the experience of staying in such a place and don't mind communal bathrooms, creaky floors, and thin walls. It's for the type of person who prefers novel experience and rich character over the sterile comfort of a hotel chain. Our lodge does not have wifi or television. There's no cell service in Silver Gate. Instead of TV and social media, our guests venture down to the lounge and bar area in the evening to relax by the fireplace, at the bar, or play games (we have a foosball table, giant Jenga, and many board games). It's a place to meet fellow travelers, yet still have your space. It's the kind of place people remember decades later and should you pass through town again in the future, you'd be curious and stop in to have another look around (as people do every day). While the Range Rider is an older building with few frills, we're here to make your Yellowstone experience the best it can be. Each room comes with a short, helpful “best of” Yellowstone guidebook written by Henry, the owner of the lodge, who's spent the better part of the last 25 years in and around Yellowstone. At the Silver Gate General Store immediately next door, we sell bear spray, wolf charts, and detailed maps of Yellowstone in addition to renting out spotting scopes and binoculars. Our staff is comprised of individuals who choose to work here to be next to the park and they're more than happy to provide recommendations on how to best spend your time in the park. We hope to be your “home base” from which to venture into the wild of Yellowstone. A remarkably unique, authentic Montana lodge that's an experience within itself and comes with the knowledge and resources you need to make the most of your time exploring Yellowstone.
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          hotel
          • Breakfast
          • Gym
          • Parking
          • Pets Allowed
          • Swimming Pool
          • Wifi
          Enjoy your visit to Cooke City with a stay at Alpine Motel. Free perks include WiFi and self parking. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves.
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          1 review
          hotel
          • Breakfast
          • Gym
          • Parking
          • Pets Allowed
          • Swimming Pool
          • Wifi
          Enjoy your visit to Cooke City with a stay at Alpine Motel. Free perks include WiFi and self parking. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves.
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          Bedroom
          • Parking
          The SpaceThe Range Rider Lodge is located one mile outside the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Silver Gate, Montana. Construction of this beautiful lodge began in 1937 with whole logs brought in from the surrounding forests to build, what was for many decades, the largest log cabin structure in Montana. In 1939, the lodge opened. Originally called the Gorham Chalet, it was used less for lodging and more as an “indoor playground” for drinking, gambling, and prostitution. In those early days, Ernest Hemingway used to frequent the bar on Saturday nights as he spent a couple summers living and writing on a nearby ranch (we actually have a small Hemingway museum dedicated to his time in the area). Since it's opening, the Range Rider has seen some wild times, passed through many owners, different phases, and enlivened a small mountain community. No longer the “indoor playground” of the late 30's and 40's, today the Range Rider is a bit more tame. With a low-key beer and wine bar open in the summer for a few hours most nights and twenty rooms located as close as you can stay to the wildlife of Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, the lodge has taken on a bit of a new persona recently. Yet, the Range Rider still maintains all the character and architectural beauty it has all these years. While the phenomenal woodwork and remarkable history of the building can be appreciated by anyone, the Range Rider was built in another era and we won't try to convince you it's luxurious lodging. It's a rustic lodging option for people who seek the experience of staying in such a place and don't mind communal bathrooms, creaky floors, and thin walls. It's for the type of person who prefers novel experience and rich character over the sterile comfort of a hotel chain. Our lodge does not have wifi or television. There's no cell service in Silver Gate. Instead of TV and social media, our guests venture down to the lounge and bar area in the evening to relax by the fireplace, at the bar, or play games (we have a foosball table, giant Jenga, and many board games). It's a place to meet fellow travelers, yet still have your space. It's the kind of place people remember decades later and should you pass through town again in the future, you'd be curious and stop in to have another look around (as people do every day). While the Range Rider is an older building with few frills, we're here to make your Yellowstone experience the best it can be. Each room comes with a short, helpful “best of” Yellowstone guidebook written by Henry, the owner of the lodge, who's spent the better part of the last 25 years in and around Yellowstone. At the Silver Gate General Store immediately next door, we sell bear spray, wolf charts, and detailed maps of Yellowstone in addition to renting out spotting scopes and binoculars. Our staff is comprised of individuals who choose to work here to be next to the park and they're more than happy to provide recommendations on how to best spend your time in the park. We hope to be your “home base” from which to venture into the wild of Yellowstone. A remarkably unique, authentic Montana lodge that's an experience within itself and comes with the knowledge and resources you need to make the most of your time exploring Yellowstone.
          Cabin
          1br Cabin
          • Parking
          • Wifi
          CLOSEST RENTAL TO YELLOWSTONE WOLF WATCHING! Charming, recently built cabin with one bedroom and loft. Perfect for travelers who want easy access to Yellowstone Park's fabled Lamar Valley with its bison, elk, deer - and yes, wolves! Located just minutes from the northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park, our guests enjoy fabulous recreation opportunities, both in the Park and in the surrounding Beartooth Mountains and wilderness. Fly fishing opportunities abound in streams, rivers, and alpine lakes. Non-winter visitors can access the unbelievable Beartooth Pass via what Charles Kuralt once described as 'the most beautiful drive in America.' And for winter visitors there is unbeatable backcountry and cross-country skiing. The cabin features gorgeous hardwood floors, tiled kitchen counters, a clawfoot tub/shower, and a cozy wood stove. We provide ample firewood, but the cabin also has (yet never needs) supplemental heat. The first floor bedroom has a magnificent queen-size high bed, and the loft sports two log beds, one queen-size and one single. There is also a trundle bed. We provide fresh linens upon your arrival. You will not find a nicer place within sixty miles! Keywords: Cabin
          Cabin
          3br Cabin
          • Parking
          • Pets Allowed
          Need an affordable clean cabin with room for larger group that will take you back to the 70s. This Cabin has 3 Bedrooms with couch w/sofa bed that will accommodate 6 guests. The cabin is furnished and all the basics are provided - Bedding, Towels, Dishes, Cooking Utensils, Basic Flour, Sugar, and Seasonings. Also enjoy the evening sitting around camp fire roasting smores. There is also a gas grill and picnic table outside. It is ready for your family get away with easy access to fishing on the Clarks Fork Yellowstone River, bring your fly rod and enjoy the day fishing. Enjoy a scenic trip to Yellowstone, only 20 miles to the NE Entrance of Yellowstone, explore the lakes in the Beartooth Mountains or take a scenic drive on the Chief Joseph HWY, rated one of the most scenic drives in America. The perfect get away for any family. Owners will be adding Washer and Dryer to the cabin for 2017 Season. Need more space still rent the cabin next door also if avialable https://www.vrbo.com/878079 send inquire for special rate if interested in both cabins for the week.
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          2br Home/Apartment
          • Parking
          Check out our convenient, accessible, two bedroom cabin in Silver Gate, Montana. We’re open from about the 1st of June until the end of September. It’s located right on Soda Butte Creek, just one mile drive from Yellowstone Park’s NE entrance. The cabin boasts a beautiful view of the mountains, a stream, and numerous wildlife from our deck. Frequent 4-legged visitors include bear, deer, moose, bison, fox and wolves. There are many opportunities for hiking, fishing, and photography excursions. Horseback trips and rafting can also be arranged with local guides. The region is very rich in history (natural and human). You can experience it all within a short hike and/or drive. Silver Gate is a perfect place to base your exploration of Yellowstone Park, the Beartooth and Absaroka Wilderness areas, and the large number of mountain lakes and trails in Montana and Wyoming. For those craving a more familiar touch of civilization, Silver Gate and nearby Cooke City provide many dining, shopping and entertainment venues. Keywords: Two Bedroom Cabin Creekside location One mile from Yellowstone Park Silver Gate, Montana
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          2br Home/Apartment
          • Parking
          • Wifi
          Wolves, bear, moose and elk abound in our area of Yellowstone and the Beartooth Mountains. There are beautiful mountain views from the back deck, and front windows. Some of the best wild trout fishing in the world is minutes from the house. These include the Yellowstone River, Lamar River, Slough Creek, Soda Butte Creek, and the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone. This is a summer rental only! A great family day can be spent touring the famous features of Yellowstone or taking a day trip to Cody, WY to see the Wild Bill Cody Museum, a grnuine rodeo nightly, a gun fight at the original Irma Hotel, good food, and many shops including the Sierra Outlet. Best time for animal watching is June and early July, while the best time for fishing is mid July through September. Hiking is fabulous anytime. The house is clean, spacious and comfortable, with a Great Room and fireplace, modern kitchen and laundry with half bath on first floor. Second floor has two very large bedrooms: One has three single beds and the other a queen bed and a single. This arrangement will sleep a family of six or 5 singles. Also a newly remodeled full bathroom upstairs. Outside thre is a rear deck with gorgeous mountain vies so close you feel like you can reach out and touch them. There is a grill and patio furniture for outdoor dining. There is also a very small stream in the yard which holds a few native Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout. Very private yard. Keywords: Yellowstone Log Home