For $369 A Night, You Can Stay In A Tipi Outside Of The North Yellowstone National Park Entrance in Montana
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From glaciers to mountains to wide-open spaces of trees, verdant lands, and deep valleys, Montana has a lot to offer within its over 145,000 square miles. And that includes the northern (and original) entrance to Yellowstone National Park, the nation’s first national park, complete with the Roosevelt Arch to welcome you.
Staying in a tipi is a surefire way to make your trip to southern Montana more unique than just staying in a chain hotel. You’ll get the “feel” of camping out minus a great deal of its ruggedness. For more information on this experience, check out their website.
Have you ever stayed here before? What was your experience?
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Address: Dreamcatcher Tipi Hotel, 20 Maiden Basin Dr, Gardiner, MT 59030, USA
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Writer some days, editor other days, nerd all days. Love to travel to lesser-known spots and give them the love they deserve. Independently owned motor inns, Mom and Pop restaurants, uncrowded National Parks and trails.
In between these, spend my free time virtually adventuring through point-and-click games.