*Please note that it is almost impossible to find lodging for Yellowstone during the summer unless you book a year in advance or can standby for a last-minute short-stay cancellation. However, if you want to visit Yellowstone at any time other than summer, you will discover that there is LOTS of availability. Yes, it is cold then, but at least you don't have to deal with the crowds while you are communing with your morning buffalo. Please take this into consideration when inquiring. Thanks!
King bed in the master bedroom, a king bed in the second bedroom, two twin beds in the third bedroom. Full kitchen. Three bathrooms. Jetted tub in master bath. Maximum occupancy 6.
This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units. If you are interested in staying in a top floor unit, reserve a Two-Bedroom Queen unit.
Yellowstone National Park has been a top tourist destination since its opening in 1872. And this resort in nearby 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
· 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
This was a quick three-night stay at Steamboat Springs. Everything went smoothly, the unit was nice, and the concierge was available and very willing to help.
Katy, Our stay at WorldMark in Windsor, CA was wonderful. The condo is perfect in every way. The staff at WorldMark was attentive, polite, and very accommodating. I would gladly stay here again and will contact you when I do. You made the reservation very easy to complete and followed through promptly with all my questions.
Thank you for being so kind and efficient.
We have stayed at Worldmark before. It is a very good value for the wine tasters on a budget who still want to be able to use a kitchen and a BBQ. We often stay there for Barrel Tasting weekend. We will likely be back next year.
We found Katy and so proactive in making our stay positive. With the recent road construction, she even sent us travel updates and recommendations. Two thumbs up for Katy!
It was wonderful, the amenities and location are perfect, right on the busline if you don't want to drive. Great town, great complex, would definitely stay again!
This was a wonderful place to stay. The well equipped kitchen was an added plus, as I had to bake a birthday cake for my son. ( I did bring my own bundt pan) It was also so close to the mountain, and we enjoyed taking the bus experience.
Our teenage daughter had no problem with the pull out coach and actually called it comfortable. The ambience of the gas fireplace was an added bonus.
I would stay here again in a heart beat!
We had a great stay in Canmore! The location was very near the Olympic Nordic centre and was also a short drive from the town. The outdoor pool and hot tub were a real treat for our sore bodies. We also skied at nearby Nakiska and climbed the new climbing wall in town. The timeshare apt was spotless and well stocked with dishes and pots. Thanks Katy!
Katy the room was great thank you! We had a great time, the staff was awesome and the shuttle to and from the mountain was so convenient. The heated parking was over the top. We will be back for sure.
Wow! The condo was more then we could of hoped for. It was clean, newly renovated, new tv's, washer/dryer, clean well stocked kitchen AND a free shuttle provided to the ski mountain a few minutes away. Plenty of space for 2 kids and 2 adults. Only slightly negative comment is the late check in time of 4pm which was extended till 530pm because our rooms were not ready yet! And the man at the counter was super RUDE! Luckily it was a one time occurrence because everyone else we spoke with and ran into after the initial man was fantastic.
All good. We never met Katy but we were in contact for any (website hidden) wifi access
After a long flight from Perth to Calgary , our few days in Canmore worked well . We recuperated and still skied the local resorts.
Our only advice is that our GQPS got lost and wanted us to make a u turn when we were at the destination....