Attractions Near Yellowstone RV Park

The Greater Yellowstone Area offers many things to do while staying at our RV Park. From visiting Yellowstone (only 25 miles north), to fishing the many rivers and streams, riding UTV's on the many trails, visiting spectacular Mesa Falls, Sawtelle Peak, Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, hiking the many river and forest trails, and kayaking or rafting the nearby Henry's Fork of the Snake River, you'll not be without fun things to do here. When you do run out of things to do outside, or want a rest, go to the nearby musical theaters for some night fun!

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Directions To Yellowstone National Park

  1. Head east on Shoshone Ave toward Church Ln go 105 ft
  2. Turn left onto Church Ln go 390 ft
  3. Turn left onto S Big Springs Loop Rd go 0.1 mi
  4. Turn right onto Hwy 20 E Entering Montana go 22.3 mi
  5. Turn right onto Iris St go 0.3 mi
  6. Turn left onto Yellowstone Ave go 0.8 mi
  7. Continue onto US-191 S/US-287 S/Hwy 20 E

Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

Visit one of America's most remote and beautiful wildlife refuges only 35 minutes away. Spend a day by yourself and enjoy the fantastic scenery here. Beautiful mountains, lakes, creeks, swans, birds of all kinds, springs, pronghorn, moose and more. It never gets old. Get away from the Yellowstone crowds for a day and enjoy nature as it was 150 years ago.

Directions To Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

  1. Take Church Ln to S Big Springs Loop Rd in Island Park go 495 ft
  2. Follow Hwy 20 E to NF-053/Red Rock Pass Rd go 5.7 mi
  3. Drive to S Valley Rd in Beaverhead County go 27.5 mi

Harriman State Park

Harriman State Park is an old railroad ranch that is now a beautiful state park. Known for its beautiful scenery and wildlife, Harriman State Park offers 22 miles of hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding trails that slink through meadows, meander along river banks and through lush evergreen forests. Fishing is great in the scenic river as it winds its way through the park. Walk around the old buildings to get a feel for the past in Idaho. There is a modest entrance fee.

Directions To Harriman State Park

  1. Take S Big Springs Loop Rd to Hwy 20 W in Island Park go 0.2 mi
  2. Turn left onto Hwy 20 W 14 min go 14.0 mi
  3. Take 167/Green Canyon Rd to your destination go 0.6 mi

Rent Our Friends and Family Cabin

Hold your family reunion here and share the adventure with your extended family and friends. Make our reunion house the center of your fun! Click HERE to learn more!

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