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Discover Cooke City and the Yellowstone National Park

When planning a getaway to Yellowstone National Park the best lodging option is Big Moose Resort! Located only seven miles away from the park's northeast entrance, Big Moose Resort is the perfect place for your base camp. Seven different cabins offer families, couples, and outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to unwind and reconnect with Mother Nature. Here you will indulge in excellent amenities which include kitchens, living room areas, and private bathrooms. Some of them even offer wireless internet. Or if you prefer, stay close to nature and bring your own home, as Big Moose Resort has four camper spots will full hook-ups! No matter your style of traveling, you are sure to feel comfortable and relaxed during your stay. And when you're looking for an adventure, explore the stunning beauty of the woods and go on a hike, mountain bike, or on a picnic. If you just want to unwind, simply relax and rejuvenate in the hot tub and take in the breathtaking mountain views. Big Moose Resort is open year round and has everything you need for an unforgettable Montana vacation!

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RV camp at Big Moose Resort. Picnic at Big Moose Resort. Families who love to stay connected with nature and with each other prefer to visit Big Moose Resort. This family owned and operated resort features seven cabins with all the amenities that make you feel at home. Living room areas, well-equipped kitchens, and excellent outdoors make Big Moose Resort the ideal family destination. Explore the Yellowstone National Park for hiking, bird watching, or picnicking. Don't miss the opportunity make memories that will last a lifetime!
Bears at Big Moose Resort. Picnic at Big Moose Resort. RV camp at Big Moose Resort. Fishing at Big Moose Resort. Creek at Big Moose Resort. Hunting near Big Moose Resort. Beartooth Mountain Range near Big Moose Resort. There isn't a better way to immerse yourself in a natural setting than staying at Big Moose Resort. On your next Yellowstone getaway, take advantage of the resort's prime location and stay closer to the region's wildlife and enjoy the breathtaking views day after day. Plenty of outdoor recreational activities await! Go on a hiking expedition, or spend the day fishing or hunting. And if you visit the resort during the winter time, practice some snowshoeing and snowmobiling. The greatest adventure of your life starts here!
Fishing at Big Moose Resort. Creek at Big Moose Resort. Beartooth Mountain Range near Big Moose Resort. Beautiful Cooke City, Montana, features scenic alpine vistas all around, along with glacier fed streams and lakes! With this environment, fishing enthusiasts are guaranteed to find the perfect spot to cast a line or teach the kids how to fish. The Kersey Lake is less than a mile away from Big Moose Resort and it offers the opportunity to catch some trout. Or if you prefer, take a short drive to Yellowstone's popular blue ribbon trout streams; the Lamar River and Slough Creek are popular for world-class fishing.
You are in Montana! When you stay at Big Moose Resort, get ready for the adventure of a lifetime and enjoy the greatest backcountry skiing in the Cooke City area. The Beartooth Mountains provide an array of options suitable to any skill level, for instance, Beartooth Powder Guides offers ski and snowboard guiding services. Contact them and plan the perfect ski tour up Republic, Hayden or Sheep Creek!
Hunting near Big Moose Resort. When you visit Big Moose Resort during the month of September, you've arrived at the elk bugling season and big game hunting at its best! Hunting around Cooke City, Montana is excellent. Don't think twice, contact any outfitters in the area and they will take care of all the food and logistics. You just have to enjoy your time and hunt for elk, mule deer, moose, black bear, bighorn sheep, or mountain goats!
Beartooth Mountain Range near Big Moose Resort. Your Big Moose Resort getaway includes beautiful mountain views and recreation. Nestled between Yellowstone’s northeast entrance and the majestic Beartooth Mountains, Big Moose Resort brings you closer to mountain trails, trout streams, and wildlife that made Yellowstone famous. Winter activities include skiing and snowmobiling!
Beartooth Mountain Range near Big Moose Resort. Fishing at Big Moose Resort. Big Moose Resort is just a light hike away from Kersey Lake. This tiny yet beautiful lake offers plenty of outdoor recreational activities such as picnicking, wildlife watching, and of course fishing! The lake features a scenic easy hiking opportunity as well. Bears, moose, deer, and eagles are all common along the trail!
Big Moose Resort offers families and outdoor enthusiasts alike excellent accommodations nestled between Yellowstone National Park and the Beartooth Mountains. Choose among their seven well equipped cabins, and find the one that best fits your needs. Your home-away-from-home features a kitchen and seating area, as well as a flat screen television, microwave, and mini-fridge. Some cabins have wireless internet and all guests are welcome to relax in the lodge's outdoor hot tub. Big Moose Resort is the perfect year-round mountain retreat!
Open Dates
  • All Year
Property Size
  • 8 units
Nearby City
  • Bozeman
Nearby Water
  • Kersey Lake
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Wireless Internet
  • Alarm Clock
  • Coffee Maker
  • Hot Tub
  • Kitchenette
  • Microwave
  • Picnic Tables
  • Refrigerator
  • Rock Climbing
  • Horseback Riding
  • Horseshoes
  • Hunting and Shooting
  • Kid's Activities
  • Photography
  • Sightseeing
  • ATV/Fourwheeling
  • Biking/Bicycling
  • Bird Watching
  • Canoeing
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Downhill Skiing/Snowboarding
  • Fire Pit(s)
  • Fly Fishing
  • Freshwater Fishing
  • Outdoor Grill(s)
  • Hiking
  • Ice Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Wildlife & Nature
  • Picnic Table(s)
  • Snowmobiling
  • Free Parking
  • Children Welcome
  • Pet Friendly
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