After you finish your adventure in Paradise, here are some suggestions for further fun to enjoy in Yellowstone Country.
There is so much to see and do, you may just have to extend your vacation!
Our first National Park was founded by Congress in 1872 to protect and preserve our wildest natural places, and what a wild wonderland it is! Yellowstone is home to Old Faithful, grizzly bears, bison, elk, and spectacular natural beauty. There is something for everyone in the family! Ski or take a snowmobile ride in the winter, or take a hike and horseback ride in the summer.
Biking in Yellowstone is not your typical workout. Enjoy mother nature’s gym as you climb mighty mountains and descend into beautiful fields of wildflowers, pass herds of grazing elk, or maybe even see a black bear and her cubs. One of the best ways to enjoy Yellowstone National Park is on two wheels.
Located in the heart of Yellowstone’s Northern Range and at the confluence of the Yellowstone and Gardiner Rivers, Gardiner is a quaint, four-season gateway to Yellowstone National Park.
Gardiner is located only ten minutes from Mammoth Hot Springs, a beautiful stop over in Yellowstone Park, and offers all of the amenities you may need on your adventure through the natural wonders of the our greatest national park.
Founded on the banks of the Yellowstone River, Livingston remains a shining star of Montana. From famous visitors like Capt. William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition to Calamity Jane to filmmakers and movie stars, this thriving town is the Old West in its full glory.
Be sure to visit the Livingston Chamber of Commerce for a full list of events and things to do in Livingston, Montana.
Stroll through Livingston’s Sacajawea Park and enjoy fresh produce, unique food vendors, clothing, local artist’s and live music. Every Wednesday throughout the summer at Sacajawea Park in Livingston, 4:30pm – 7:30pm.
The Livingston Roundup has been a local tradition for over 90 years. Experience a professional rodeo with all the thrills and spills, sure to be a vacation favorite. Parade – July 2nd at 3 p.m. Rodeo – July 2, 3 and 4th at 8 p.m., fireworks to follow rodeo every night. We recommend pre-purchasing your tickets by calling 406-222-0850.
If you’re in town, come watch The Cowboys vs. The Bull’s in the ultimate challenge at the Professional Bull Riders! – Park County Fairgrounds, Livingston, MT. Call 406-222-0850 for info.
Our backyard boasts some of the best fly fishing in the world and it’s our mission to give you the best experience possible. The incredible variety of water including spring creeks, large freestone’s and perfect tail waters not to mention the hundreds of miles of fish-able water which makes us unique.
If you need group transportation during your trip to Yellowstone, contact North of Yellowstone Shuttle & Charter. They have a fleet of several vans perfect for transporting your group from place to place as needed.
Digger Driver Shuttle is a vehicle transport service for fishing and recreation vehicles on the Yellowstone River between Carbella and Springdale. We are able to do shuttles beyond the stated territory, such as into Gardiner and down to Greycliff, so call, or visit shuttlesnap.com, a booking app that allows you to schedule, find confirmation and pay online, if you prefer the digital medium to phone conversations.