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Studio: Queen murphy bed in living area. Mini Kitchen: Unit may include smaller appliances, sink and limited cooking facilities. No ovens. 2-burner stovetop. Maximum occupancy 2.
Yellowstone National Park has been a top tourist destination since its opening in 1872. And your WorldMark West Yellowstone is the perfect location for seeing the park's hundreds of geysers (including the world-famous Old Faithful), pools of boiling mud, and an amazing assembly of wildlife, such as bears, wolves, bison, and elk. Yellowstone's west entrance is just one block from your resort.
While the national park is certainly its top draw, West Yellowstone (pop. 1,177) is also an ideal location for skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. The area's backcountry and telemark skiing is considered tops in the nation. You can also discover the town's gift shops, galleries, and specialty stores, and take in a show at the Playmill Theatre downtown.
For inquisitive minds, there are two museums that should not be missed. History buffs should head to the Museum of the Yellowstone, which depicts the area's early days. And The Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center--right across the street from your resort--gives you the chance to learn about these animals up close and personal.
Please note: Motor vehicle traffic is not permitted through Yellowstone National Park's west entrance from early November to late April every year. However, the entrance remains open to hikers and cross-country skiers year-round. The only entrance that remains open year-round to motor vehicles is the north entrance, 50 to 176 miles, depending on the time of year.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone, America’s and the world’s first national park, is a UNESCO World Heritage site located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Within its 3,472 square miles are the geyser Old Faithful, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, hundreds of geysers and hot springs, and abundant wildlife.
The Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center
A not-for-profit wildlife park and educational facility, the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center has eight grizzly bears, two packs of gray wolves, and six birds of prey that are all unable to live in the wild for different reasons. Learn about the animals through exhibits, as well as by observing them.
Museum of the Yellowstone
Housed in the historic Union Pacific Depot, exhibits on the U.S. Cavalry, trappers, cowboys, and Native Americans show the area’s early days. Displays and videos about the region’s largest earthquake in 1959, and devastating fires in 1988 tell a darker story. The museum is open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
March: Snowmobile Expo
August: Rod Run, Mountain Man Rendezvous
All Summer: Music in the Park
· Cable TV
· DVD player
· Gas fireplace
· Murphy bed (except presidentials units)
· Washer and dryer
· Stereo with CD player
· Iron and ironing board
· Internet access (fee applicable)
· Ceiling fans
· Indoor swimming Pool
· 2 indoor Hot tubs
· Indoor Children’s pool
· Game Room
· Recreation center
· RV Parking
· Fitness Center
· Sport court
· Outdoor children’s playground
· Large parking lot to accommodate RV’s and snowmobile/boat trailers
· basketball court
· Dog sledding
· Downhill skiing
· Cross-country skiing
· Mountain biking
· Horseback riding
· Whitewater rafting
· Wildlife watching
· Art galleries
· Bozeman (BZN) 91 mi
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