Late May and early June is one of the best times to view animals and their newborns in Yellowstone Park.
Playing host to several mountain ranges, wilderness areas and National Forests, this part of Montana that we call home could easily be called Paradise. In fact, the Paradise Valley—55 miles long, with the Yellowstone River connecting the City of Livingston and the North Entrance of Yellowstone National Park at Gardiner, Montana—is only a part of this majestic and magical place. Park County, Montana, is a vacation paradise, offering world-class trout fishing in the Yellowstone River and spring creeks. Additionally, hiking and back-packing, horseback riding and bicycling are readily available. Floating, white-water rafting and canoeing are popular activities. The charming town of Livingston offers a surprising number of excellent restaurants, interesting shops and galleries as well as live theatre. A famer’s market takes place weekly at our local Park on the Yellowstone River which flows right through town. The Fourth of July is always a big occasion with an old fashioned small-town parade, craft fair and professional rodeo. Winter offers great cross-country skiing as well as guided snow-mobile and snow-coach trip through Yellowstone Read more >