Recently Built Cozy Cabin With An Open Design; 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath (Sleeps 3). The best of both worlds, in-town living conveniences and access to public lands right in the heart of Paradise Valley at Emigrant, MT. Spend your morning sipping coffee on the porch with family soaking in the spectacular views of Emigrant Peak. Then load up the car for an adventure in Yellowstone National Park, just 31 miles south. Bring your camera to capture buffalo, elk, wolves, fox, birds of prey, and maybe even grizzly bear sightings. While in Gardiner, stroll down Park Street to the Wagon Wheel Trading Post for antiques, collectibles, souvenirs, packaged Montana beers, wines and a double scoop of Wilcoxson’s ice cream. Stop by Wild West Rafting to book a thrilling outing on our fabulous Yellowstone River. They have two locations, 114 Main St & 906 Scott Street. Tracy says you can book online also. Her professional guides will treat you to an opportunity of a lifetime! Add a trip or two to Livingston, during your stay. It’s an easy and gorgeous 24 mile drive. Let your family roam our Wednesday Farmers Market in Sacajawea Park for local vegetables, fruits, baked goods and handcrafted wares. Shake-a-leg to the local live music then feast picnic style on local vendor foods, even quench your thirst with a locally handcrafted Neptune’s beer. Friday Night Gallery Walks are fun on Main Street. Walk downtown Livingston, meet the artists and find just the right piece of Montana art to take home as a daily reminder of your best vacation ever! Watch live theatre in Livingston’s new Shane Lalani Center. Get your game on with a round of golf at Livingston’s Golf Course, 40 View Vista Drive. The well-groomed 9-hole course is located right along the Yellowstone River and offers daily green fees, lessons, club and cart rentals. If you’re staying over the 4th of July drive into Livingston for all the festivities. Watch the Parade and attend the Livingston Roundup Rodeo. People come from all over the world to experience a Livingston, Montana 4th of July! Learn more about the area at the Yellowstone Gateway Museum at 118 W. Chinook St. in Livingston. New renovations at the 1910 North Side School show off the archival items related to Park County and Yellowstone National Park. Paradise Valley affords all sorts of entertainment. Take an easy hike to Pine Creek Falls or challenge yourself by going to Pine Creek Lake. Wet your line in the blue ribbon waters of the Yellowstone River in the early morning hours, all day or into the evening. Emigrant fishing access is less than a mile from your cabin on Murphy Lane. Chico Hot Springs is east and south 4 miles on Murphy Lane and East River Rd. Soak in the outdoor mineral hot springs pool. Book a professional massage to take you into complete relaxation. There’s live music on the weekends in the saloon and memorable cuisine in the dining room. Make a great day fly-fishing on the Yellowstone River; give Montana Paradise Outfitters a call at 1.888.222.5414 or 406.222.8874 to book the day with a knowledgeable guide traveling by boat through Paradise! They rent rods, reels, waders and wading shoes and offer reasonable rates for casting instructions. TAKE LOTS OF PICTURES AND COME VISIT US AGAIN AND AGAIN!!!
515 West Park
Livingston, MT 59047
Season: May – September
Overlook Cabin at Emigrant
Recently Built Cozy Cabin With An Open Design; 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath (Sleeps 3). The best of both worlds, in-town living conveniences and access to public lands right in the heart of Paradise Valley at Emigrant, MT. Spend your ...