More Yellowstone N.P.
Communities near Yellowstone NP
Wyoming Travel Regions
Outside the Park you will find a variety of hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, cabins, cottages, lodges, ranches and resorts.
To help you in your search, we have listed below several communities with lodging accommodations and other services catering to park visitors.
North Entrance: (Park entrance is located just off US Highway 89.)
Gardiner, Montana. US Highway 89, at park entrance. Only entrance open all year long.
Livingston, Montana. 56 miles north of entrance off US Highway 89.
Northeast Entrance: (Park entrance is located just off US Highway 212 also known at the Beartooth Highway.)
Silver Gate, Montana. US Highway 212, at park entrance.
Cooke City, Montana. US Highway 212, at park entrance.
Red Lodge, Montana. 69 miles west of entrance off US Highway 212.
West Entrance: (Park entrance is located just off US Highway 20.)
Big Sky, Montana. 48 miles west of entrance off US Highway 20.
West Yellowstone, Montana. US Highway 20, at park entrance.
East Entrance: (Park entrance is located just off US Highway 20.)
Cody, Wyoming. 53 miles east of entrance off US Highway 20.
South Entrance: (Park entrance is located just off US Highway 89.)
Jackson, Wyoming. 56 miles south of entrance off US Highway 89.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
The Complete Guide to the National Park Lodges, 6th Edition by David L. Scott and Kay W. Scott. This book is an insider's guide to finding the best lodges throughout the United States-and to securing a reservation well in advance to beat the crowds. Order now..
Explorer's Guide Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks and Jackson Hole: A Great Destination, 3rd Edition by Sherry Moore and Jeff Welsch. This guide has all the information needed to experience these great destinations including lodging and dining options. Over 100 color photographs are also included. Order now...
The Concise Visitor's Guide to Yellowstone by Matt Bolton. Sized perfectly for backpacks this guide offers specifics on food, what to see, children's activities, weather, wildlife, seasonal road closures, ranger programs, visitor centers, what differentiates each section of the park and more. Filled with information, phone numbers, web sites, and detailed maps this is the tool to use when planning a trip to Yellowstone. Order now...
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Moon Spotlight Yellowstone National Park by Don Pitcher. 80-page compact guide covering must-see attractions and maps with sightseeing highlights. This lightweight guide is packed with recommendations on sights, entertainment, shopping, recreations, accommodations, food, and transportation, as well as easy-to-read maps. Order now...
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