Group around campfire West Yellowstone Montana. Photo by Jon Cracroft.
The Heart of
Amazing Adventure
When it comes to summertime activities, the West Yellowstone area is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise.

The long summer days provide visitors unlimited access to explore and play in the splendor of the high country.
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Photo by Jon Cracroft
National Park
To visit Yellowstone, established in 1872, is to experience the world’s first national park.

Marvel at the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and be awed by the many geothermal features of the park, including hot springs, mudpots, and geysers, such as Old Faithful.
Drinks at the Buffalo Bar West Yellowstone Montana
The Heart
of Yellowstone
West Yellowstone is the best place to stay while visiting Yellowstone National Park and Yellowstone Country in southwest Montana.

Only minutes from unspoiled natural wonders, one can experience breathtaking scenery by day and our small town hospitality by night.
Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center West Yellowstone Montana
Grizzly & Wolf
Discovery Center
See live grizzly bears, wolves, birds of prey, and NOW OPEN - the new Riparian Exhibit with otters and other wetland inhabitants!

The Center is a one-of-a-kind, AZA accredited, not-for-profit wildlife park, open 365 days a year, and the bears do not hibernate.
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Visit West Yellowstone in any season!

Welcome to West Yellowstone, Montana

We appreciate our visitors and recognize we have long been your vacation destination in Yellowstone Country.

We are excited to announce that some of our businesses and Yellowstone National Park are now opening with some specific guidelines in place. Groups can be no larger than 50, and social distancing of 6 feet is mandatory.

Many West Yellowstone businesses are operating at reduced capacity and local restaurants are offering limited dine-in, delivery, and curbside. Please check with individual businesses to verify whether they are open. We also urge you to follow the health and safety guidelines of your local municipality.

We are all in this together. We are committed to helping to keep our corner of Montana safe now and into the future.  And we are counting on you, our valued visitor, to be a part of this effort.

There are many things you can do to ensure our state’s infection rate remains low:

  • Check with your destination to learn all guidelines and protocols before you visit. Stay home if you are sick and come visit us when you are feeling better, we will still be here.
  • Please be patient. It is important to remember that some services and may be limited.
  • We all want to enjoy exploring Montana, let’s work together to keep each other safe and healthy.

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Road and Weather Updates

July 5th, 2020|

West Yellowstone Weather & Roads July 5, 2020 - July 11, 2020: Sunday: Mostly sunny with a high near 72F. Low around 38F. Monday: Sunny with a high near 76F. Low around 41F. Tu [...]

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