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Island Park Cabin Near ATV Trails & Reservoir

Book an unforgettable adventure with friends to this cozy 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom vacation rental cabin in Island Park. Located minutes from dozens of ATV trails and top-notch fishing at the Island Park Reservoir, this home is an ideal getaway for outdoor enthusiasts. In addition to the top-notch location, a short drive from Yellowstone National Park, you'll find an expansive deck, electric fireplace, and a slew of other amenities at your home-away-from-home.

$121 per night
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Delightful Cabin @ Buffalo Run Park

Our cabins sleep up to four people. They have full-service kitchens, satellite TV, a coffee machine, air conditioning, and plenty of hot water for showers. In the bedroom, there is a full bed and two twin bunk beds (sheets and blankets provided).

$194 per night
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Adventurer's Studio ~ 20 Mi to West Yellowstone!

An outdoor wonderland awaits upon booking this vacation rental studio - ideally located close to nearby lakes, Yellowstone National Park, and ATV/snowmobiling trails. The interior includes a full bath and modern appliances - perfect for relaxing after a day spent fishing or hiking through the mountains. You’ll enjoy a sense of seclusion among your natural setting - with vast woods surrounding the cabin and mountain vistas lying beyond. Plus, you’ll enjoy proximity to local dining and more!

$136 per night

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Henry's LAKEFRONT Cabin+Kayaks, Tomahawks, More
$300 per night
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KABINO: On Henrys Lake! 2.75 acres! Fishing! Yellowstone! Wifi! Firepit!
$375 per night
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Island Park Waterfront Cabin
$407 per night
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Lakeside Cabin Near Tetons and West Yellowstone
$600 per night
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Limelight Lodge-Waterfront-Boat Dock-WiFi
$1,500 per night
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Cozy Waterfront Cabin
$450 per night
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High end Lake House 1/2 hour from West Yellowstone
$900 per night
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KABINO: Luxury Log Cabin! Easy Access and Huge Views! On Henrys Lake - Free WiFi
$220 per night

Vacation rentals in Island Park

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Quaint studio cabin in IP at the lake.
$95 per night
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Cozy Cabin
$150 per night
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Custom Idaho Cottage by the Creek
$179 per night
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Cozy 3 Bedroom cabin w/ Hot Tub and Game Room!
$257 per night
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Pine View Loft In Forest Near Yellowstone
$96 per night
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☀️20 mins to Yellowstone☀️Entire cabin☀️Pet-friendly
$347 per night
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Yellowstone National Park in 30 Mins with Hot Tub
$241 per night
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Storybook A-Frame/Sleeps 6/WiFi/BBQ Grill/Firepit
$236 per night
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Happy Camper's Getaway (Central Island Park)
$191 per night
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Shotgun Ridge | Sleeps 6 |Apartment at Shotgun Bar
$216 per night
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Village Green Studio Loft
$200 per night
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Mountain Life Cabin- 20 Miles to Yellowstone
$364 per night

Your guide to Island Park

All About Island Park

Island Park is a cherished vestibule of Yellowstone National Park, with its scenic evergreens and array of crystal-clear streams, springs, ponds, and lakes. Island Park’s businesses tend to line US Route 20, including its charming eateries and shops, as well as two theatres hosting local productions. At an elevation of 6,293 feet, the city is Idaho’s highest, and many of its parks and natural areas are defined by its setting in Henry’s Fork Caldera, a hollow comprising the western part of the Greater Yellowstone’s Island Park Caldera, one of the largest calderas in the world.

Harriman State Park offers a window into the unique ecosystem of the area with its range of hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding trails. There’s no shortage of opportunities for wildlife sightings in the area, as many of the city’s nearby parks — including Henrys Lake State Park and Big Springs — are teeming with elk, moose, bears, and native birds like the Sandhill Crane and Trumpeter Swan.


How do I get around Island Park?

Visitors arriving by air will touch down at Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) in Bozeman, Montana, around 85 miles north of Island Park. The trip takes a little over two hours. Buses also travel from Bozeman Airport to West Yellowstone, a town just a few miles north of Island Park. The remoteness of Island Park makes car travel the main way to explore the area from your cabin rental. When visiting the park between October and May, visitors should factor weather and road conditions into their choice of vehicle. Tire chains are often necessary for winter driving and an SUV or vehicle with all-wheel drive is also advisable.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Island Park?

The summer, especially July and August, is the most popular time for visitors. Many of the area’s outdoor activities — wildlife viewing, hiking, swimming, river rafting, horseback riding, camping, canoeing, and more — are best experienced in the summer. Due to its high elevation, the region still experiences relatively low temperatures in the summer, so it’s important to be prepared with warm clothing year-round. The area sees a lot of snowfall between November and April — nearly 200 inches per year — so there’s still plenty going on for visitors looking to hit the slopes, hop on a snowmobile, or hit the trails on snowshoes. Winter also offers a schedule of unique events in Island Park, including Wild West WinterFest, which features a snowmobile parade and fireworks show.


What are the top things to do in Island Park?

Sawtell Peak

Look out on views of the Centennial Valley and Yellowstone from the 9,875-foot summit of Sawtell Peak. Hiking has its merits, but driving up the 12-mile gravel road of this mountain gives your feet a rest and saves your breath, as the commanding vista is sure to take it away.

Upper Mesa Falls

Take a 15-minute drive off Route 20 south along the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway and see one of Idaho’s most impressive waterfalls, Upper Mesa Falls. Set in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the 114-foot waterfall is an accessible, family-friendly attraction with its obliging nature trails, visitor center, and lookout point.

Harriman State Park

This 16,000-acre park and wildlife refuge is one of the area’s most popular spots for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Some 22 miles of trails weave through protected evergreen forest featuring rivers, streams, and meadows, as well as the array of wildlife that roam the park, which includes the Trumpeter Swan, the world’s largest species of waterfowl. During the winter, the park offers skiing and snowshoeing trails.