The Grizzly Den Cabin on the Yellowstone Riverfront &

The Eagles Nest at Yellowstone

The Grizzly Den Cabin on the Yellowstone Riverfront & The Eagles Nest at Yellowstone are ideally located just 4 miles from the Roosevelt Arch/North Entrance (most popular) to Yellowstone National Park and only a few hundred yards from the northern boundary of the YNP.  It offers the perfect setting for a Yellowstone cabin experience.

 

Guests enjoy views of Electric Peak (the most photographed peak in Yellowstone), the Devil's Slide and most importantly the sunrise across the Yellowstone River and sunset behind the mountains to the west.  Local wildlife are frequent visitors near these Yellowstone cabins.  Many visitors have enjoyed seeing mule deer, bison, pronhorn, big horn rams, elk, and on occassion wolves, black bears and grizzly bears.

 

Each Yellowstone cabin sleeps 8 comfortably and offers a full kitchen, living room, dining area, 2 private bedrooms with 2-full private bathrooms, including a full-size washer & dryer for our guests to use and is equipped with WIFI access and a SMART TV. The Grizzly Den cabin overlooks the Yellowstone River for those wishing to fly fish or simply relax and enjoy the peacefulness of a cabin in the mountains.  The Eagles Nest offer amazing views of Electric Peak, Sepulcher Mountain and the Yellowstone River and Valley.

Yellowstone National Park 

Yellowstone National Park offers a unique and memorable experience for all of it's visitors.  As the world's first national park, Yellowstone is an amazing place to find adventure, relaxation, or whatever your heart desires.   

With panoramic visitas, sprawling valleys, towering mountains and a diverse poplulation of wildlife there truly is something for everyone. Popular attractions include Lamar & Hayden valleys for wolf & grizzly bear viewing, Tower Falls area (to view black bears), Canyon Village to view Yellowstone Falls and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.  The geyser basins offer opportunities to witness the many geysers erupting as they expel heated water.   

 

Wolves have thrived since their reintroduction to Yellowstone National Park in 1996,  As a keystone predator, their presence has brought a balance to this fragile ecoystem.  The bison and elk herds are healthier as a result of weak, old or injured animals being preyed upon. Thus aspen groves and riparian zones have started to grow back, creating habitat for many species. 

Area Attractions

Roosevelt Arch - North Entrance
Old Faithful
Grand Prismatic
Boiling River at Mammoth
Mammoth Terraces
Whitewater Rafting the Yellowstone
Yellowstone Falls - Canyon
Old Faithful Erupting
Paradise Valley
Fishing Lake Yellowstone
Bull Elk
Sunshine after the Thunderstorm
Wolf on Elk Kill
Tower Falls
Black Bear Swimming near Tower
Horseback Riding Yellowstone
Yellowstone Sunset
Waterfalls
Day Hike Yellowstone
Quad Mom Grizzly Bear (2010)
Coyote
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
Snowshoe in Yellowstone
Another Frigid Winter in Yellowstone
YNP Winter
Cross-Country Ski YNP
Winter in Yellowstone
Fishing Yellowstone Lake
Red Fox
Bull Moose
Lake & Brown Trout from Fishing Trip
Male Grizzly Bear near Slough Creek
Morning Hike
Coyote
Bunsen Peak
Big Horn Ram
Rainbow Trout
Hiking Tom Miner Trail/Stairs
Cow Elk
Hot Springs
Geyser Basin
Mammoth Hot Springs
Devil's Slide
Waterfalls
Horseback Riding in the Mountains
Sunset near Pray, MT (2013)
Wolf tracks on Island
The Grizzly Den lawn care crew
The Grizzly Den on Yellowstone River
Electric Peak
Evening guests
Grills for guests to use
Enjoying a Yellowstone moment
Pure beauty and Tranquility
Yellowstone fall wildlife visitors
Yellowstone cabin. Room with a view
Springtime guests
In-unit laundry
Roosevelt Arch - North Entrance
Old Faithful
Grand Prismatic
Boiling River at Mammoth
Mammoth Terraces
Whitewater Rafting the Yellowstone
Yellowstone Falls - Canyon
Old Faithful Erupting
Paradise Valley
Fishing Lake Yellowstone
Bull Elk
Sunshine after the Thunderstorm
Wolf on Elk Kill
Tower Falls
Black Bear Swimming near Tower
Horseback Riding Yellowstone
Yellowstone Sunset
Waterfalls
Day Hike Yellowstone
Quad Mom Grizzly Bear (2010)
Coyote
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
Snowshoe in Yellowstone
Another Frigid Winter in Yellowstone
YNP Winter
Cross-Country Ski YNP
Winter in Yellowstone
Fishing Yellowstone Lake
Red Fox
Bull Moose
Lake & Brown Trout from Fishing Trip
Male Grizzly Bear near Slough Creek
Morning Hike
Coyote
Bunsen Peak
Big Horn Ram
Rainbow Trout
Hiking Tom Miner Trail/Stairs
Cow Elk
Hot Springs
Geyser Basin
Mammoth Hot Springs
Devil's Slide
Waterfalls
Horseback Riding in the Mountains
Sunset near Pray, MT (2013)
Wolf tracks on Island
The Grizzly Den lawn care crew
The Grizzly Den on Yellowstone River
Electric Peak
Evening guests
Grills for guests to use
Enjoying a Yellowstone moment
Pure beauty and Tranquility
Yellowstone fall wildlife visitors
Yellowstone cabin. Room with a view
Springtime guests
In-unit laundry
About Us

 

The Grizzly Den on the Yellowstone Riverfront & The Eagles Nest at Yellowstone are ideal Yellowstone cabin vacation rentals and located just 300 yards from the YNP border and minutes from Gardiner, Montana & the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park, on the Yellowstone River.

 

Dates are available year-round.

 

Peak Season:         May 1 - October 31

Off-Peak Season:   November 1 - April 30

Amenities at Each Cabin:

 

- Sleeps 8 (each cabin sleeps 8 max)
- Kitchen, Dining Area, Living Room,

  2-full bedrooms & 2-full bathrooms
- Washer & Dryer 
- WIFI access

- Smart TV (each cabin)

- Gas Grill available 

- On banks of Yellowstone River

- 4-miles from Yellowstone National Park

- Spectacular views of Electric Peak,            Sepulcher Mountain, Yellowstone River

- Local wildlife visit frequently (elk, bison,     bears, eagles, deer & more)

 

Reservation Inquiries

 

Contact us to check Availability & Rates
 

Phone: 406-600-4620

Email:  thegrizzlydencabin@gmail.com

 

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