Silver Gate Cabins
Providing affordable cabins around Yellowstone National Park
The town of Silver Gate was founded in 1932 by John J. Taylor and J. J. White to serve the people visiting Yellowstone National Park. The original construction covenants for the town required log and rustic architecture only, which gives Silver Gate its very unique character.
Whether you stay a week or a day, you'll find no better place to relax and enjoy Montana at its best than in Silver Gate.
Wildlife abounds in the area. On the high slopes you can look for bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and elk. Often in the early morning or evening hours you can see moose and deer right out your cabin door.
Accommodations include 8 unique, individual hand-hewn log cabins that were built in the late 1930's, along with 5 motel rooms, enabling us to suit most any size group or individual needs. All are complete with linens, and in the kitchenettes, pots, pans, dishes and utensils are provided.
Cabin units are open seasonally - from the end of May (Memorial Day weekend) through September.
In the common area in front of the cabins, those who enjoy cooking and eating in the great outdoors will find that our facilities include barbecue grills and picnic tables. A large fire pit is also available so you, your family and friends can relax for the evening by a cozy fire.
Rooms and cabins range from $115.00 per night to $180.00 per night, plus tax. Please call for availability and prices. Check our Rate Page for more Reservation Information and Cancellation Policy.
Pets are also welcome at Silver Gate Cabins .
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MasterCard and Visa cards are accepted.
Post Office and a Convenience Store for those last minute grocery shopping needs, are just a stone's throw away from your door, as well as a full service restaurant right across the street.
Activities: Besides making Silver Gate your headquarters for visiting our nation's oldest National Park (Yellowstone), plenty of local recreational opportunities are available including biking, fishing, hiking, hunting and horseback riding.