Deep Creek Guest Cabin

 
 
 

The Region

 
 

Arts and Entertainment

Livingston is often referred to as "The Heart of Art in Montana" and with good reason. More >

Recreation

Abundant natural beauty and plentiful outdoor recreation opportunities have made Livingston a true outdoor and wildlife enthususiast's destination. More >

Dining and Shopping

Livingston has numerous locally-owned shops with art, craft, apparel, Western wear, books, music, housewares, wine and gourmet food, furniture, jewelry, and more. More >

About Livingston

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  "Montana cabin rental, Paradise Valley vacation
   
 

Deep Creek Guest Cabin is located in the heart of Paradise Valley, surrounded by snow-capped peaks of the Absaroka Mountains, near blue ribbon trout fishing on the Yellowstone River, ten minutes from the historic old western town of Livingston, and just an hour's drive to Yellowstone National Park. Please explore the Cabin in our image gallery. Email or call for more information and reservations. A variety of custom designed vacation plans can be arranged for you before you arrive–do ask about these.

Mailing Address: 2719 East River Road Livingston, MT 59047
406-222-3409/406-220-2380

   
 

Cabin Features

Built in 1996 on the grounds of lovely old Deep Creek House, the cabin has a comfortable western feel while offering every amenity needed for a truly restful stay.
 
An open floor plan and high ceilings make for plenty of elbow room and a sense of space.

The Cabin is ideal for two. A queen-size bed, a single futon, and a single sofa divan make it possible to sleep 4.

There is a full bathroom with tub and shower and plenty of storage space. The kitchenette is fully equipped, and the cabin has a TV and DVD player.
 

Too relaxed to do anything?

Sit a while in one of the overstuffed rocking chairs by the large picture window – the perfect spot for watching wildlife or reading one of the many good books from the selection on the shelves.

Or laze in the sun by one of our two spring fed ponds and watch the brook trout rise and swirl.

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Paradise Valley

Once you are ready to explore the area, you will realize why we call it Paradise Valley. This is the heart of Montana's blue ribbon fly fishing country. The renowned Yellowstone Spring Creeks are minutes away, and fly fishing instruction and guided fishing trips are easily arranged, as are day horseback rides or longer pack trips.

The snow capped Absaroka Mountains rise to 11,000 feet above the valley floor, and provide many easy day hikes up to alpine lakes and meadows. Nine miles to the north is the historic old western town of Livingston, with a wonderful array of fine restaurants, art galleries and shops, and it is only an hours drive to Yellowstone National Park, through some of the world's most beautiful scenery.

On your way back to Deep Creek after a strenuous day of sight-seeing in the Park, stop at Chico, renowned for its world class restaurant, and take a soothing dip in the natural hot springs. Then come back to your home away from home and fall asleep, listening to the gentle murmurings of Deep Creek making its way down to the Yellowstone.

   
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