What's the weather like in West Yellowstone?
West Yellowstone is located at an elevation of 6,667 feet. In June, the average high is 70 degrees and the average low is 36 degrees. Pack layers so that you are ready for whatever weather Montana decides to throw at you! Luckily, our venue is indoors.
Check the forecast here.
What should I wear to the wedding?
Cocktail attire - feel free to interpret as you see fit!
The wedding will be in West Yellowstone, just outside the west entry to Yellowstone National Park, so there are plenty of hotels in the area that cater to the area’s tourism. We have made room blocks at a few of the local hotels, so check out our accommodations page for more information. Several other hotels are also available in West Yellowstone, many at competitive pricing, but since it is a tourist destination, book early because they are almost guaranteed to fill up in late June.
Additionally, both AirBnB and VRBO offer rental properties in the area. If you’re looking to take this route, look in West Yellowstone area but also consider Island Park, Idaho, about 30 miles southwest of West Yellowstone where there are more offerings and better pricing.
Where should I stay?
We will be providing two licensed childcare professionals on-site at the venue if you care to use them! They work at the daycare in town, Little Rangers, and are happy to watch children of any age. Please contact us for more info.
I’m bringing my kiddo - what are my options?
West Yellowstone is the western gateway entry town to Yellowstone National Park, so you are at the doorstep of one of the world’s most amazing natural splendors. Check out our lists of day trip itineraries and favorite places in the park for some ideas on how to best spend your time in America’s oldest national park. Additionally, Grand Teton National Park is just south of Yellowstone with its majestic mountains.
If you’re looking for other options outside of the park, West Yellowstone is a great hub for all sorts of outdoor activities. Nearby Hebgen Lake offers fishing and boating opportunities. Just below the Hebgen Lake dam, a beautiful stretch of the Madison River might just be the best fly-fishing destination in North America. And just a little further down the road, Quake Lake showcases the geologic power of the region as the ghostly remnants of a 6.2 earthquake in 1959 permanently altered the landscape 1959.
For all of these recommendations and more, be sure to check out the Things to Do page.