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lodging review: yellowstone under canvas [montana]

Kate Parrish1 Comment


our final stop before jackson hole was yellowstone, where we "glamped" at yellowstone under canvasa place we'd had on our radar for over a year. it was even more magical than i imagined. so simple and perfect, with everything you would need and more {including a cozy restaurant on site full of taxidermy, good food, and festive drinks like huckleberry mules}. the camp is cozy enough to hang at all day long, or there are plenty of nearby adventures if you would prefer to explore the park. even more special, our dear friends [ the bride-and-groom-to-be] joined us which made for such a memorable few days full of adventures. for more on our trip to yellowstone, see this blog post


where: west yellowstone, MT
time of year: september
how to get there: we had a rental car, which i would highly recommend [the park is huge!]
price per night: depends on your tent size/package [roughly $200/night]
activities available: kayaking, fly fishing, horseback riding and more
things to know:  no food allowed in or around your tent [bears], however breakfast and dinner are served at the restaurant on the property. there are also many restaurants in west yellowestone, a short drive away. someone is always sitting in the "front desk" tent to help you, which also made me feel very comfortable. there is also always coffee and hot chocolate at your disposal!