Things To Do in West Yellowstone

Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center

​The ClubHouse Inn of West Yellowstone is just a minute away from the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center. You're guaranteed to see bears and wolves in Yellowstone with a visit to the Center!

Read More

Fly Fishing

No West Yellowstone Lodging or visit is complete without doing some fishing! West Yellowstone is located in the heart of fly fishing country, and fishing in Yellowstone National Park is a favorite pastime.  Several of the most fabled streams and rivers in the world are within a fifty-mile radius of town, including the Madison River, Gallatin River, Yellowstone River, and Henry's Fork of the Snake River.  

Read More

Museum of the Yellowstone

 The Museum of the Yellowstone is just up the road from the Clubhouse Inn and is an excellent place to begin your exploration of the region. Discover the heritage of travel to the Yellowstone from horses to snow planes trains, and the automobile. ​The Museum of the Yellowstone tells the story of travel to and through Yellowstone National Park, and the Park’s influence on West Yellowstone and the Hebgen Lake Basin.

Read More

Wild West Yellowstone Rodeo

The Wild West Yellowstone Rodeo, is about 4 miles west of town. This long-standing West Yellowstone tradition features calf roping, bronco & bull riding, barrel racing, team roping, jr. bronc riding and is a great family activity at a reasonable price for an evening of rodeo! 

Read More

Horseback Riding

The West Yellowstone area offers many options for horseback riding in the local foothills. Some of the local outfitters offer family rides from 1 hour to all day, evening rides, cookouts or guided hunting and fishing trips via horseback. You can even take a winter sleigh ride. 

Read More

Whitewater Rafting

If you've ever wanted to try whitewater rafting or kayaking, you are in for a treat. The West Yellowstone area offers many exciting options for fantastic water adventures.

Read More

West Yellowstone Crosscountry Skiing and Snowshoeing

Adventurous skiers and snowshoers can explore miles of trails in Yellowstone and the surrounding area. Though track is set only on a few trails, all unplowed roads and trails are open to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Ski groomed trails or get out into the backcountry and see Yellowstone from a whole new point of view!

Read More

Snow Coach Tours in Yellowstone

Ride a snowcoach in Yellowstone National Park to see it covered in a blanket of white snow! Most roads in the park close in early November, but re-open to "oversnow" adventures when there's enough snow on the ground. 

Read More

Snowmobile West Yellowstone

Today, the West Yellowstone trail system ranks as one of the best anywhere in the snow belt. The off trail riding is some of the best you will find anywhere too, with challenging mountains, awesome boon docking and terrain that is as varied as those who come to ride it. And because West Yellowstone is an established tourist destination, you will find all the services you ever need while on a snowmobile trip.

Read More

Earthquake Lake Visitor Center

Learn a bit of local history at the Earthquake Lake Visitor Center which gives visitors a panoramic view of the mountain that fell and the lake that was formed in a 1959 earthquake.  

 

Read More

Join our Mailing LIst for news & Offers: