Yellowstone’s Christmas Courier
When the weekly mail run falls on Christmas Eve, a very busy individual takes time to make sure everyone gets their packages…and even stops to hand out candy canes at Old Faithful. (Produced by NPS/Neal Herbert)
Heading to Yellowstone for the holidays? Check out this list of great activities in and around the park!
Cut Your Own Christmas Tree
You need a permit to cut down any tree in either the Gallatin National Forest (western Yellowstone Country) or the Custer National Forest (eastern Yellowstone Country). Get a $5.00 permit from a local business, or from any Forest Service Office in Bozeman, West Yellowstone, Livingston, Gardiner, Big Timber or Red Lodge. Read more at http://visityellowstonecountry.com/notes-from-the-road-6-tips-for-choosing-the-perfect-christmas-tree/
Christmas for the Critters
December 1-31, 2015
Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center, West Yellowstone, Montana
Help make the holidays more joyful by donating food for the enrichment of the bears and wolves. Please call the Center for specific needs (406) 646-7001. Bring in your donation and we will give you $1.25 off an adult regular admission, 10% off any gift shop purchase and tons of gratitude! To ensure the safety of the animals pleases bring only unopened items.
Holiday Events in Cody, Wyoming
Events include Christmas at Old Trail Town and a Holiday Parade.
Holiday Events in West Yellowstone, Montana
Events include a Ski Festival, Sled Dog Races, and visits with Santa.
Jackson Hole Holiday Events
Use Jackson Hole Central Reservations to book your stay and activities including a sleigh ride among thousands of elk. Or attend community events such as TubaChristmas.
www.jacksonholechamber.com/events/ | www.jacksonholewy.com/events/
See our list of winter tour operators for snowcoach, snowmobile, ski, and dog sled tours.
Also see our event calendar