Since the early 1900s, West Yellowstone has provided a tourist-friendly gateway to the geysers of Yellowstone National Park and its resident bison, bears and elk.
Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone NP
Hot Springs, Yellowstone NP
Bison & Calf in Yellowstone NP
No matter what the season, this Rocky Mountain enclave in southwestern Montana is an outdoor enthusiast's dream, offering snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, ice fishing and dog sledding in winter; trout fishing in fall; birding, boating, biking and hiking in spring; and summer parades and rodeos.
West Yellowstone has a variety of shopping and dining options including family-run restaurants, cafes, and bistros. Enjoy the regional specialties of trout, elk and bison or traditional Western cuisine. Be sure to top it off with a Montana huckleberry treat!
The Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center is a Wildlife Park and Educational Facility, providing all visitors to Yellowstone with the opportunity to find out all about grizzlies and gray wolves.