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Rusty Hinge Cabin 1
SUPERHOST
Entire cabin · 3 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Rusty Hinge Cabin 1This cabin is rustic in nature and has low lighting. It's a great place for guests who need simply a bed and a warm place to stay. We have 2 lamps in the room but no overhead lighting. A set of bunk beds allows for 3 guests. The bottom bunk is a full size. There is a small kitchenette with dated appliances and some dishes. Toilet paper is provided. Phone and internet are available in the cabin. Sorry we do not have T.V.
Rusty Hinge Cabin 2
SUPERHOST
Entire cabin · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Rusty Hinge Cabin 2This cabin is a rustic accommodation with one full size bed, a bathroom with a full tub and a small kitchenette. What a wonderful and simple place to rest your head and stay warm while visiting the mountains this season. WiFi and phone are available. Please read all details before booking. The town is small. Cooke is 4 miles from the Northeast Entrance to YNP. There are no grocery stores. There is no cell phone service in Cooke City. The kitchenette is not a full kitchen. WiFi can be spotty.
Yellowstone's Treasure Cabin #6 in Gardiner, MT
SUPERHOST
Entire cabin · 4 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Yellowstone's Treasure Cabin #6 in Gardiner, MTYellowstone's Treasure Cabin is part of a property hosting 7 cozy and unique cabins with private entrances. Cabins have all essentials for comfort staying. Cabins are located within 2 minutes driving from North Entrance of Yellowstone National Park in small town of Gardiner, in state of Montana. Several restaurants, bars, post office, bank and various activities are located within walking distance. Cabins are also surrounded by wild life with frequent visits from dear and elk in the yard.

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Popular cabin amenities in Yellowstone

  • Kitchen
  • Hot tub
  • Wifi
  • Pets allowed
  • Free parking on premises
  • SUPERHOST
    1. Entire residential home
    2. Park County
    Amazing Remote Lodge in Snowmobile/Skier Paradise!
    G$125,553 per night
  • SUPERHOST
    1. Entire guesthouse
    2. Gardiner
    Yellowstone Basecamp - Winter Discounts!
    G$33,481 per night
  • SUPERHOST
    1. Entire residential home
    2. Cooke City
    Luxury Yellowstone Chalet
    G$97,602 per night
  • SUPERHOST
    1. Entire cottage
    2. Gardiner
    Bear Cottage (#6)
    G$22,809 per night

Pet-friendly cabins

SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City-Silver Gate
Pidex Cabins- Classic Cooke City Cabins
G$52,314 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City
Bull Run Cabin 7
G$50,849 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City
Antler's Log Cabin Duplex 2
G$36,829 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City
High Alpine Cabin 5
G$57,126 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City
Moose Tracks Cabin 4
G$40,805 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City-Silver Gate
The Downtown Cabin
G$47,082 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City
Antler's Lodge Cabin 1
G$36,619 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City-Silver Gate
The Bear's Den
G$88,933 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City-Silver Gate
Moose Whisperer Cabin
G$88,933 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City-Silver Gate
The Woody Creek Cabin
G$35,364 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City
Rusty Hinge Cabin 3
G$19,879 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City
Antler's Lodge Cabin 11
G$36,619 per night

Cabins with kitchens

SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Gardiner
Yellowstone's Treasure Cabin #7 in Gardiner, MT
G$34,318 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City-Silver Gate
MTNLUX Guest House Sauna & Hot tub
G$68,755 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Gardiner
Bears Lair Cabin near Yellowstones North Entrance
G$20,088 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Gardiner
Yellowstone's Treasure Cabin #1 in Gardiner, MT
G$20,298 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Gardiner
Yellowstone's Treasure Cabin #5 in Gardiner, MT
G$20,298 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Gardiner
Yellowstone's Treasure cabin #4, 2 br + 2 bath
G$25,738 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City-Silver Gate
Elk Horn Lodge Cozy Cabin #2 Cooke City MT
G$39,758 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City
Mountain Holiday Cabin
G$25,111 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Gardiner
Winter Getaway / Wonderful Log Cabin
G$49,175 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Gardiner
Amazing Yellowstone River view in Gardiner
G$45,065 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Gardiner
Park Place on the Yellowstone
G$26,994 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cooke City-Silver Gate
Mountain View Cabin
G$37,666 per night

Your guide to Yellowstone National Park

All About Yellowstone National Park

When it comes to natural wonders, Yellowstone National Park is an overachiever, with more than 2.2 million acres of pristine wilderness teeming with wildlife and astounding natural features. Formed by a series of explosions of a supervolcano beginning more than two million years ago, Yellowstone’s unique geography includes the world’s largest concentration of active geysers alongside dramatic canyons and winding rivers. Grizzly bears, gray wolves, moose, and bison roam the park — just a fraction of the more than 400 animal species that call Yellowstone home. Hiking, camping, horseback riding, fishing, and boating are all options for a Yellowstone getaway.


How do I get around Yellowstone National Park?

The closest major airport is Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, about 50 miles from the South Entrance of the park. Yellowstone Airport (WYS) — which operates seasonally between June and September — in Montana is just a few miles from the West Entrance, and a mile from West Yellowstone, Montana, the closest town. (Small parts of the park stretch into Montana and Idaho.) Renting a car is the easiest way to get around the park, which doesn’t offer its own transportation. Private companies offer shuttle services and tours.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Yellowstone National Park?

During the summer — when most people visit Yellowstone — the park boasts temperatures around 70 degrees Fahrenheit, with cooler nights. Spring and fall usher in a range between 30 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit, and sometimes snow. Winter can be extremely cold, with temperatures dropping to 20 degrees and below zero. Access to the park is limited in winter, but visitors can still partake of cross-country skiing and other activities. No matter when you visit, pack layers — summer brings thunderstorms, and the climate changes depending on elevation year round.


What are the top things to do in Yellowstone National Park?

Old Faithful

Of the 500 geysers in Yellowstone, Old Faithful is easily the local celebrity. While most geysers are capricious about their schedules, Old Faithful lives up to its name by rocketing thousands of gallons of boiling water up to 184 feet into the atmosphere about 17 times a day. You can safely experience this spectacle from nearby boardwalks, and the park helpfully posts predicted eruption times at the Old Faithful Visitor Education Center.

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

If you’re curious about how astonishing the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is, just run the numbers: It’s 20 miles long, up to 4,000 feet across, and plunges to 1,200 feet. The Yellowstone River roars over one edge, forming the 109-foot Upper Falls and, downstream, the towering Lower Falls, which plunges 308 feet to the canyon floor and surging river. A network of trails and stairs traverses the canyon, offering lofty views of the drama.

Grand Prismatic Spring

The largest hot spring in the United States — and the third largest in the world — is also an ever-shifting liquid rainbow, with a shockingly bright blue center ringed in oranges, reds, and greens. The spring’s multicolored display is thanks to naturally occurring bacteria in the water, and — like a gigantic mood ring — the colors swap intensities as the seasons change.

Mammoth Hot Springs

Wandering among the strange formations that make up this large network of hot springs, it’s easy to feel like a Martian. Over thousands of years, hot water pushed its way through limestone, dissolving it and creating chalky-white rock formations with brilliant rust-colored stripes that are stacked atop each other and filled with piping hot water. It’s easy to spend an hour or so wandering the boardwalks that navigate this beautifully odd terrain. During fall, you're likely to spot elk, who love to meander here, too.