(North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park)
Gardiner is home to the world famous Roosevelt Arch. Electric Peak towers over Gardiner to the west.
Gardiner, Montana is located at the North Entrance of Yellowstone Park, and is a national icon. This small town is famous for it's resident elk herd that commonly uses the streets just as the locals do. And Gardiner is also located along the path of the migrating elk, bighorn sheep and mule deer during the winter months, so you never know what you'll see wandering around the neighborhoods!
Gateway to the Lamar Valley
This historic lodge in Yellowstone National Park was used by Teddy Roosevelt in 1906, and ever since has been a favorite for those visitors who want to get a taste of the Great American West. You can stay at one the the rustic cabins found near the lodge, and enjoy the restaurant and gift shop located in the lodge itself.
Stagecoach Rides and Cowboy Cookouts!
For those of you who want to experience the Great American West as it once was, we suggest that you take a stagecoach or ride a horse through Pleasant Valley to a genuine Outdoor Cowboy Cookout. The food is incredible, as well as the entertainment and scenery. If you want to be a cowboy for awhile, The Roosevelt Area in Yellowstone National Park is the place to do it!
Calcite Springs Overlook
This is an extremely famous water fall in Yellowstone National Park, and yes, it's name is "Tower Fall" and not "Tower Falls" which we find interesting. These falls are gorgeous, and the basalt lava rock which is found throughout the area, is carved into tower-like shapes. Thus the name "Tower". The trail to the falls is just to the east of the Tower Gift Shop, and it's well worth the short walk.
Tower - Roosevelt is a great place to experience a "Bear Jam!"
Tower - Roosevelt Area