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КОНВЕНЦИЯ И БЮРО ПОСЕТИТЕЛЕЙ
  • The towns and communities around Yellowstone National Park, especially those on the North, have been deeply impacted by unprecedented flooding. While we understand this affects many people’s vacation plans, it has devastated our communities – people have lost their homes and livelihoods – and we are asking for your support, heightened awareness, and patience as we recover. Please come visit!
     

  • Please DO NOT CANCEL YOUR RESERVATIONS. Livingston and Paradise Valley lodging, restaurants, shops, museums, event venues, hot springs, movie and live theatres, City parks and trails, swimming pool, skate park, bowling alley, golf course (reopening soon), Montana Grizzly Bear Encounter, and more activities are all OPEN FOR BUSINESS. Explore Livingston Montana can help you craft a custom itinerary. Here are some area activity suggestions, most amenities and experiences mentioned in these itineraries remain open! 
     

  • Yellowstone National Park southern entrance is OPEN. To ensure the south loop does not become overwhelmed with visitors and to balance park resource protection and economic interests of surrounding communities, the park is instituting an interim visitor access plan, referred to as the Alternating License Plate System (ALPS). Learn more here.   

  • The best way to support our community is by booking hotel reservations, spending at small local shops, and taking advantage of our many recreations and arts opportunities. Our economy depends on tourism and we value your investment in our community and encourage you to explore Livingston, be patient, know before you go, and recreate responsibly. 
     

  • To donate to the flood recovery, contribute to the SouthWest Montana Flood Relief Fund for Park and Madison Counties. Multiple ways to give: Text “Flood22” to 41444, Donate online: https://find.pccf-montana.org/SWMT-Flood-Relief-Fund, or mail a check to: Greater Gallatin United Way, FLOOD FUND, 94 Technology Blvd, Bozeman, MT 59718

РАЙОН СОВЕРШЕНСТВОВАНИЯ ТУРИСТИЧЕСКОГО БИЗНЕСА

STAY INFORMED about up-to-date road conditions in Yellowstone: Visit Park Roads. Call (307) 344-2117 for a recorded message.
 

CITY OF LIVINGSTON PARKS & RECREATION OPEN - the City Pool, Parks and all but the Myers River Trail are open.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - The Southern entrances to Yellowstone National Park are OPEN. To ensure the south loop does not become overwhelmed with visitors and to balance park resource protection and economic interests of surrounding communities, the park is instituting an interim visitor access plan, referred to as the Alternating License Plate System (ALPS). Learn more here.   

 

GARDINER IS OPEN - Highway 89 South from Livingston to Gardiner over Point of Rocks bridge is now open with no detours, speed limits have changed, please be aware of those limits.
 

COOKE CITY OPEN - Access via Chief Joseph Highway, they have power, water, accommodations and businesses are open. 

 

RED LODGE OPEN – While parts of the Beartooth Highway are currently closed, Red Lodge has recovered swiftly with businesses open and events happening on schedule, access them from Highway 308.

BIG TIMBER OPEN - the nearby town of Big Timber is brimming with fun events, a vibrant downtown, and plenty of recreation opportunities.

NATIONAL FOREST SERVICE Gardiner and Yellowstone Ranger Districts are now open, except for specific closures on National Forest roads that are damaged.  View Closure with overview map 01-11-00-22-04

YELLOWSTONE RIVER OPEN -  but caution is advised around high water.

ROAD CLOSURES - All Montana road closure updates at https://www.mdt.mt.gov/travinfo/alerts.aspx
Road conditions: www.511mt.net
 

Stay tuned, information will be updated regularly! Thank you for your support, patience, and understanding.