16 Feb NPS Celebrates 100 Years: What To Do in Yellowstone This Summer
Come join us for the National Park Service 100th Anniversary!
August 25, 2016 – Gardiner Gateway Project Centennial Celebration
Time: To be announced.
Location: North Entrance of Yellowstone at Gardiner, Montana.
Event: Celebration of the centennial of the National Park Service at the 1st Gateway Community to the park, Gardiner, Montana.
There are many activities and programs going on throughout the nation all year for the anniversary. Here are a few things going on at Yellowstone this Summer to make your vacation even more memorable:
1. Yellowstone Rafting: http://www.paradiserafting.com/
2. Ranger led programs in Yellowstone Park: http://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/rangerprog.htm
3. Yellowstone Horseback Riding: http://www.paradiserafting.com/adventures/yellowstone-horseback-riding/
4. Soak in the hot springs: What could be a better way to rest and recover after a full day of exploring Yellowstone than a soak in a river? Firehole (close to Old Faithful Inn) and Boiling River (close to Mammoth Hot Springs) are located inside Yellowstone. Hot Springs empty into these rivers creating a great place to soak. Swim at your own risk, open dawn until dusk. You can also visit Chico Hot Springs Resort coming to or leaving the park. Located just 35 minutes from Yellowstone’s North Entrance. This is a beautiful historic Montana resort complete with a full swimming facility, day spa, yellowstone float trips, horseback riding, poolside saloon and casual to fine dining, http://www.chicohotsprings.com/
Please call us to book your next Adventure, get local information or if you are interested in our vacation rental, 888-722-6505.