Multigenerational Vacations and Skip-Gen Travel

Multigenerational vacations have become increasingly popular in recent decades. Skip-Gen Travel is the newest aspect of that. Multigenerational Vacations The popularity of multigenerational vacations – when grandparents travel with their kids and grandkids – has been driven by grandparents. People are living longer, staying healthier, and keeping more active than in previous generations. And they Continue Reading →

7 Tips for Planning a Memorable Family Vacation to Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park is an excellent family vacation destination, offering numerous outdoor adventures and opportunities to explore nature’s beauty. As the first national park, Yellowstone spans over 2.2 million acres, and a highlight being the numerous geothermal hot springs, geysers, and mud pots. The park is also home to a diverse range of wildlife, including Continue Reading →

Montana and Yellowstone Flooding Update

There have been devastating floods causing widespread damage in Southern Montana and northern Yellowstone National Park, including in Red Lodge, Travel Montana’s headquarters. Thankfully, our staff in Red Lodge are safe along with their families and homes.  Current Conditions Red Lodge was severely impacted, with people losing their homes, bridges washing out, the downtown area Continue Reading →

Celebrating 150 Years of Yellowstone

Happy 150th Yellowstone! You’ve aged splendidly. Yellowstone National Park is the world’s first National Park, signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872. For 150 years, over 2 million acres of mountain wilderness, awe-inspiring geothermal features, and vibrant landscapes have been protected for future generations to experience. The Yellowstone National Park Continue Reading →

Yellowstone Wolf Vacation Featured in Condé Nast Traveler Magazine

“When you go wolf-spotting … you likely won’t get close enough to behold their beauty with the naked eye, as you might the animals on an African game drive, or even the bison and moose right here in Yellowstone. But that’s part of the magic of watching them; it’s peering through a keyhole into their Continue Reading →

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