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Come camp in one of our two cozy, hand-crafted log cabins
beautifully fashioned from local Montana timbers.
Romantic, quiet, yet centrally located Bozeman lodging, the accommodations make an ideal
base camp for exploring the magnificent and expansive Montana Rocky Mountains’ high country.
Nearby, Yellowstone National Park is a terrific day excursion and the Madison, Yellowstone and Gallatin Rivers are all within 30 minutes. Its the perfect Montana cabin rental for fishermen and Outdoor Enthusiast, with Bozeman’s exciting hustle and bustle atmosphere just 15 minutes away.
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Experience the Wonder of Big Sky Country.
“I’m in love with Montana. For other states I have admiration, respect, recognition, even some affection. But with Montana it is love. And it’s difficult to analyze love when you’re in it.”
― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America
Attractions Near Us!
Nearby you can find everything from upscale bistros to traditional pizza parlors. Plus, many restaurants source their food locally and change their menus seasonally. you won’t leave hungry.
Bozeman the perfect place to plan your next adventure. With the adventure of white water rafting, to the quiet camp fires under the crystal clear milky way night sky far away. Hiking and Horseback Riding to Fly Fishing
The Wonders of Montana
Bozeman, Montana is the premiere Western Rocky Mountain vacation, featuring a centeral location to attractions such as Yellowstone Park, Glacier National Park, various Hot Springs, mountains ranges, rivers, canyons, caverns, and museums. It is the place to start your adventure!
Yellowstone National Park
The lure of Yellowstone Park is a large source of Bozeman Montana tourism. It is known for its wildlife and geothermal activity. Hike the boardwalk trail around Mammoth Hot Springs, enjoy the boiling river, or catch an eruption of the majestic Old Faithful.
Located 90 miles South of Bozeman.
Seasons: Open all year around, but all entrances are closed off to vehicles between December and March, except for the North and Northeast entrances. Once in the park, internal roads are available to over-snow transportation.
Activities: Hiking, camping, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, hot springs, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and photograhpy.
Chico Hot Springs
Relax and soak at Chico Hot Springs, a beautiful location nestled in the foothills of the Absaroka Mountain Range. Chico offers spacious lodging, two natural hot spring pools, exceptional dining, and live entertainment.
Located roughly 60 miles Southeast of Bozeman.
Seasons: Open all year around.
Activities: Soak, swim, spa, lodging, dining, live music, and dancing.
Additional Bozeman Hot Springs include Bozeman Hot Springs & Norris Hot Springs.
A popular recreational area snug in the Gallatin National Forest is Hyalite Canyon, which draws in a fair amount of Bozeman tourism and keeps the locals coming back. Miles of hiking trails weave through the forests, showcasing pristine waterfalls, wildlife, and fresh mountain air.
Located 15 miles South of Bozeman.
Seasons: Accessible to the public all year around, but closed from March to May to vehicles in order to prevent damage to soft bed roads.
Activities: Hiking, biking, camping, fishing, ice climbing, cross country skiing, and snow shoeing.
Additional Bozeman attractions include Bear Canyon, Beartrap Canyon, & Gallatin Canyon.
Lewis & Clark Caverns
Take a tour at the Lewis & Clark Caverns, overlooking over 50 miles of the Lewis and Clark Expedition trail. Wind yourself through miles of underground limestone, exploring cave chambers that are filled with stalagmites and stalactites.
Located 45 miles West of Bozeman.
Seasons: Open all year around.
Activities: Caving, biking, hiking, bird-watching, camping, canoeing, fishing, picnicking, and photography.
Additional historic Bozeman Montana attractions include the Buffalo Jump, Virginia City, and Museum of the Rockies.