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Vacation apartment for 6 people in Cody (WY)
5.0
2 reviews
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$200per night
Large vacation apartment for 6 people in Cody (WY), with garden
6 pers., 3 bedrooms
4.8
20 reviews
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$127per night
Vacation apartment for 4 people in Cody (WY), with garden
4 pers., 1 bedrooms
4.7
20 reviews
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$92per night
Vacation apartment for 11 people in Cody (WY), with balcony
5.0
1 review
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$224per night
Vacation apartment for 6 people in Cody (WY)
2.0
1 review
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$215per night
Large vacation apartment for 8 people in Cody (WY), with garden
8 pers., 2 bedrooms
4.9
20 reviews
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$149per night
Vacation apartment for 2 people in Cody (WY), with jacuzzi and garden
2 pers., 1 bedrooms
5.0
20 reviews
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$117per night
Vacation apartment for 2 people in Wapiti, with balcony
5.0
1 review
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$125per night
Studio for 4 people in Cody (WY)
4 pers.
4.9
13 reviews
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$150per night
Large vacation apartment for 8 people in Yellowstone, with balcony/terrace and terrace
8 pers., 2 bedrooms
4.8
20 reviews
Yellowstone
$236per night
Apartment for 7 people in Gardiner, with garden
7 pers., 2 bedrooms
3.6
17 reviews
Gardiner, Yellowstone
$203per night
Large vacation apartment for 12 people in Wapiti, with garden
12 pers., 6 bedrooms
4.5
6 reviews
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$341per night
Large vacation apartment for 15 people in Wapiti, with sauna and garden
15 pers., 4 bedrooms
4.8
20 reviews
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$541per night
Large vacation apartment for 6 people in Yellowstone, with balcony/terrace and balcony
6 pers., 3 bedrooms
5.0
19 reviews
Yellowstone
$277per night
Vacation apartment for 8 people in Wapiti
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$200per night
Large vacation apartment for 5 people in Cooke City-Silver Gate, with balcony/terrace
5 pers., 2 bedrooms
5.0
20 reviews
Cooke City-Silver Gate, Yellowstone
$275per night
Large vacation apartment for 6 people in Wapiti, with garden
6 pers., 2 bedrooms
4.0
1 review
Cody (WY), Yellowstone
$208per night
Apartment for 4 people in Gardiner
4.1
160 reviews
Gardiner, Yellowstone
$128per night
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Highlights in Yellowstone

  • Some of the USA's Greatest Hiking Country
  • Fabulous Fishing on Yellowstone Lake
  • The Incredible Spectacle of Geysers Like Old Faithful
  • Waterfalls like the Lower Falls
  • Driving on the Grand Loop
  • Wildlife Spotting in the Hayden Valley

Most popular in Yellowstone

Internet 139
Pet allowed 25
Balcony/Terrace 120
TV 131
Air conditioning 82
Garden 61
Parking 146
Washing machine 105
Heating 134

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Vacation Rentals in Yellowstone

Stay in a Mountain Cabin in Beautiful Yellowstone

If you want to stay near the wondrous Yellowstone National Park, you will find plenty of accommodation options. Some of the bets of all are mountain cabins, which have traditional looks, but contemporary features. Experience a bit of the pioneer spirit, along with modern perks like jacuzzis, pools, and saunas, and be within a short drive of Old Faithful and other natural attractions in the area.

Find a Vacation Rental in One of Yellowstone's Small Towns

Another option is to stay somewhere less secluded. For instance, you'll find vacation homes in Tower Junction, Canyon Village, and Gardiner. There are smaller apartments, as well as spacious standalone properties to choose from, with urban amenities close at hand. And some places also make it easy to combine ski rental with sightseeing, providing the full range of Yellowstone's activities.

Holiday in Yellowstone

Orientation

Vacation in America's First National Park

Famous for its sublime mountain scenery and wildlife, Yellowstone is the oldest National Park in the USA, having been created in 1872. Located in Wyoming near the border with Idaho and Montana, it's still one of the most popular outdoor destinations in the lower 48. Stretching across 3,500 square miles of beautiful territory, it's a destination everyone should visit at least once.

The Ideal Place to Rent a 4x4 Vehicle

With so much ground to cover, much of which features mountainous terrain, Yellowstone is a great place to rent a rugged offroad vehicle. However, you can reach regional highlights like Old Faithful by conventional automobile without too many problems. If you follow the "Grand Loop" of suggested sights, you can see it all in between four and seven hours.

Ways to Reach Yellowstone National Park

Even though it's in the relatively remote northwestern part of Wyoming, getting to Yellowstone is easy enough. Jackson Hole is the airport to fly into, and it's served by major airlines like Delta, American, and United. Some people like to take the Amtrak to Salt Lake City, then a shuttle to Yellowstone (which takes 9 hours). And I-80 runs through southern Wyoming, linking the park to the national highway system.

Activities in Yellowstone

One of the Great Hiking Destinations

Yellowstone is heaven for hikers. The stunning scenery is the reason why it became the first National Park, and locations like the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone or Hayden Valley have lost none of their visual impact. It's an amazing place to see on foot.

A Wonderful Place for Scenic Drivers

Of course, you don't have to see Yellowstone on foot. The Grand Loop offers a convenient way to take in the main attractions. Its 142 mile length passes by the area's famous volcanic geysers, Yellowstone Lake, the Grand Canyon, and Mammoth Hot Springs.

Paradise for Nature Lovers

Aside from the geysers, canyons and springs, Yellowstone's animal inhabitants are stars of the show. At sites like the Lamar Valley, you'll see herds of bison, soaring bald eagles, and maybe even a grizzly bear or a wolfpack.

When David Folsom and Charles Cook first explored Yellowstone in the 1860s, they couldn't interest editors in the East in their descriptions, because those who hadn't seen Yellowstone felt that their accurate descriptions of the region's beauty were impossible to believe.

Top 5 Things to Do in Yellowstone

1. Drive the Grand Loop

Deliberately laid out by the Army Corps of Engineers to serve visitors to Yellowstone, this scenic roadway is an incredibly handy way to see the National Park's greatest sights, and if you have a car, following it is a must.

2. Visit Old Faithful

The world's most famous geyser (a volcanic water pipe), Old Faithful is so named because of his regular eruptions. You can get pretty close to the action, as water spurts for up to 180 feet in the air.

3. See the Mammoth Hot Springs

Another (of many) iconic locations in Yellowstone, the stepped springs at Mammoth on Terrace Mountain were formed by travertine deposits. Few places are as photogenic, so make sure your camera is charged.

4. Walk Yellowstone's Grand Canyon

It's not as long or deep as Arizona's version, but Yellowstone's 20-mile long Grand Canyon is just as beautiful, with attractions like the 109-feet high Upper Falls and the massive 308-feet high Lower Falls.

5. Go Fishing on Yellowstone Lake

7,700 feet above sea level, Yellowstone Lake is a fisherman's dream, with an endless stock of trout to catch. After getting hold of a license, head to Bridge Bay Marina to rent a boat, and let the day unfold.

Useful Information

Pick Your Season Wisely to Enjoy Yellowstone at Its Best

Yellowstone is primarily a summer destination due to the chilly winters which make hiking almost impossible, and driving difficult. But from April until October, the area becomes an outdoor magnet. The best times to go are probably at the start and end of the season in April and May, and September and October, before the crowds arrive. Then again, with resorts like Yellowstone Club nearby, winter skiing trips are also a possibility.

Respect the National Park and Protect Nature's Beauty

One of the things to remember when visiting Yellowstone is that it's a national treasure, and certain rules apply for all visitors. For example, you can't cycle all over the trails, so research your offroad routes, and fishing licenses are required (but easy to secure). Pets also need to be leashed, and can't stray more than 100 feet from the road, so taking them on the trails is not allowed.