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.