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Being a vacation rental business we always get the question, “Do you have pet friendly cabins?” The answer is yes we do. So to help you find the perfect place for you and your furry friends we came up with a list!

Shotgun Cabin

Sleeps 10 and it has a hot tub!

Park Ranger Cabin

Sleeps 5 and is located on Henry’s Lake. Only 15 minutes to the West Entrance of the park.

Moose Creek Lodge

Sleeps 10 and is tucked away on a quiet wooded lot.

Elk Meadows

Sleeps 10 and offers that A-frame feel.

Little House on the Prairie

Sleeps 4 and gives a cozy cabin feel.

EF Eagles Nest Apartment

Sleeps 2, perfect place to get away with your special someone.

Campfire Cottage

Sleeps 8 and is located in beautiful Macks Inn.

Checkout our website to see our pet friendly section and checkout these cabins in more detail.

Sometimes it seems as thought there is nothing to do in Island Park, well we’ve come up with 10 things you can do in Island Park in the winter! Crazy right?! Maybe this will help you to plan your next vacation up here to enjoy the snow!

1. Go Snowmobiling

We are now partnered with Stoney Ridge snowmobile rentals to bring snowmobiles right to your cabin. NO hassle of going to get them from the rental

store. You can call us to book your sleds, but if you want to just check them out on their facebook:

2. Go Ice fishing

Henry’s Lake offers some of the best ice fishing around. Check out the Department of Fish and Game’s website for rules, guidelines, and safety tips for ice fishing.

3. Watch a movie at Yellowstone I-Max theatre and do a little shopping.

They play Yellowstone themed shows by day and a new box movie by night. When you plan on going you can see what movies are playing and order your tickets here:

4. West Yellowstone Snowmobile Expo

Every year they do anything from unveiling new snowmobiles, demorides, snowmobile races, vintage racing, and snow bike racing.

5. Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center

If you’re wanting to see a live bear or wolf this is the place to do it. They are open 365 days a year! To learn more about it checkout their website:

6.  Eat Good Food

Even though it’s the middle of winter there are some good restaurants that stay open almost year round.

7. Tour Yellowstone National Park in a snow coach or on snowmobile

After November when the park closes the only way to get into the park is by snowmobile or snow coach. The park opens up to these two activities on December 15. There are a few different companies who offer snowmobile and snow coach tours:

Backcountry Adventures — (406) 646-9317 — Snowmobile, Snowcoach — (800) 221-1151; (406) 646-9310 — Snowcoach
Targhee Snowmobile Tours — (208) 354-2233
Two Top Yellowstone Winter Tours — (406) 646-7802
Yellowstone Expeditions — (406) 646-9333 — Snowcoach
Yellowstone Vacations — (406) 646-9564; (800) 426-7669 — Snowmobile, Snowcoach

8. Go cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing

Harriman state park is one the best places to cross-country ski! Here is map of the ski trails within Harriman State Park.

Cross-Country Ski Trails

Snowshoeing is also a great activity to do in Island Park. Just bring a pair of snowshoes and spend a day exploring Island Park.

9. Activities at Lakeside Lodge

Lakeside Lodge, a local restaurant not only lights off fireworks on New Years but they also host many fun events throughout the winter including ice fishing tournaments, a vintage snowmobile show, and frequently has  bands play in their bar. Checkout the link for specific dates and times for many events.

Lakeside Schedule

10. Hangout with friends and family in one of our cozy cabins

The best part of coming to Island Park is the peace and seclusion. So relax and unwind, cause that’s what you came here for!