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Yellowstone Under Canvas
West Yellowstone, MontanaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Yellowstone Under Canvas
Canvas teepees and safari-like tents with Big Sky views cluster around a bend in the Madison River, near Yellowstone National Park and the town of West Yellowstone.
Not quite camping and not quite a hotel, "glamping" has made its way to the Yellowstone National Park area with this new spread just six miles from the entrance, near the town of West Yellowstone, Montana. Opened in 2012, Yellowstone Under Canvas is set on a dramatic 6,500-foot bluff overlooking the Rocky Mountains. Twelve teepees are outfitted with cots and cozy sleeping bags, while 23 deluxe safari tents collectively resemble a classic African bush camp, with wood-slat king beds, director's chairs, and mahogany dressers. The Madison River runs through the grounds, so guests can fly-fish or kayak on the south fork, in full view of moose, golden eagles, and coyotes.
End the day with a bonfire in the meadow, where travelers gather for BYO beverages and campfire conversation.
Rent a kayak on-site ($40 for a half-day). Follow the current down the Madison River to scenic Hebgen Lake, where a shuttle will pick you up for the return to camp.
Arrive at Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BOZ) which is about 98 miles from the camp. Anticipate about 2 hours of travel time.3111 Targhee Hwy, West Yellowstone, Montana, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Activities
- River Access
- Luxury Tents
- Furnished Tents
- Bed Linens
- Wood Burning Stoves
- Luxury Bath adjacent
- Outdoor Sundowners
- Restaurant nearby
- Bar nearby
- Picnic Lunches prepared
- Rates are based on two people. Up to 2 additional people may share for an extra $20 per person per night.
- Full bed linens and towels
- Complimentary spa products
- Complimentary firewood for tents with stoves
Why We Love West Yellowstone
West Yellowstone is at the center of Montana's outdoor recreation paradise: activities include Yellowstone National Park tours, fly-fishing, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, and wildlife watching.
311 Targhee Pass Hwy.
Dinner for two $80.
Where to Drink: Madison Crossing is known for its specialty martinis made with local huckleberries.
121 Madison Ave.; West Yellowstone.
Drinks for two $25.
Where to Shop: Flip through photography books on Yellowstone and the history of the West at the Book Peddler. (You can also pick up coffee and hot chocolate.)
110 N. Canyon St.; West Yellowstone.
Best Day Trip: Drive less than an hour from the camp into Idaho to marvel at Mesa Falls Scenic Byway (U.S. 47). Tour the Upper Falls, then drive another mile to an overlook of the Lower Falls.
Why Go Now
June - August 2013
West Yellowstone Rodeo
A five-minute drive from camp, the West Yellowstone Rodeo showcases traditional Western riding competitions.
July 4, 2013
July Fourth Parade
Anyone can join in this old-fashioned Independence Day parade, which covers 12 blocks around the city's scenic central park.
August 1-4, 2013
West Yellowstone Annual Rod Run
More than 500 street rods show up each year for four days of cruising, competitions, and a Saturday evening festival and parade.
August 2-11, 2013
Smoking Waters Mountain Man Rendezvous
Costumed "traders" create a living history of the 1800's.