5 Reasons to Plan a Meeting in West Yellowstone, Montana (Sponsored)

 
 

Sponsored Article
Published August 14, 2018

Beautiful natural surroundings, exciting adventures, charming hospitality, modern facilities, and comfortable accommodations – all at the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. What else could you ask for in a meeting, convention, or special event location?

1. Exhilarating Group Experiences

West Yellowstone offers exhilarating experiences for visitors of all ages. Step into the wonders of Yellowstone National Park with a local guide to provide your group with an insider perspective. Take a horseback trail ride topped off with an old-time western barbecue. Or gather the group and fly on a zipline and experience team building with a ropes course.

2. Modern Meeting Spaces

West Yellowstone may be on the border of wilderness, but that doesn’t mean you have to meet in the wild. Whether you are planning a cozy retreat or corporate conference, our facilities provide modern amenities that can host groups as small as 15 or as large as 1,800. Rustic. Elegant. By the water. The meeting space you’re dreaming of is here in West Yellowstone. And, it’s affordable! Take a look at two of the many options, the Three Bear Lodge and Holiday Inn and Conference Center, to see just what we mean.

3. Unlimited Outdoor Adventure

180 seconds. That’s how close West Yellowstone is to the world’s first (and best) national park. With Yellowstone National Park just outside your doorstep, there’s no telling where a day might take you.

4. Unbelievable Scenery and Wildlife

Did we mention there are mountains? And wildflowers, and valleys, and never-ending rivers, too? When you stay in West Yellowstone, you don’t have to be an adventurer to experience the scenery. It’s all around you, and the beauty will follow you no matter where you go.

And that goes for wildlife too! Take a drive through the park and see bison roaming the fields, elk bugling, antelope playing tag, and bears rolling in the meadows. Or stay in West Yellowstone and experience grizzly bears up close at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center – open all year long.

5. Unique Shopping & Dining

Visit the locals at the many boutiques, galleries, and specialty shops that line the streets of West Yellowstone or treat yourself to an unforgettable meal at one of the several restaurants serving regional specialties like elk, bison, or trout.

Whatever experience you choose for your group, you can count on it being memorable and one of a kind!