Not all places are created equal. The darling West Clark Getaway in beautiful Livingston, Montana and the people and scenes you see and meet here will be among the most memorable you will find anywhere.

At the West Clark House you walk 2 blocks to the mind-blowing trails that follow the mighty Yellowstone River- the longest free flowing un-dammed river in the lower 48 States. As the river cuts through the picturesque town of Livingston, (home to 7000 people) you stand in awe of the mountains behind the river – the Beartooth-Absaroka Mountain Complex that leads directly to Yellowstone National Park, just 45 minutes south of the home. You can walk to our world class skatepark, parks that border the Yellowstone River where you find the outdoor Farmers Market, playgrounds, city pool, trails, and more. To check availability and book right on our website Click HERE.

BED AND BATH: 2 bedrooms with one king and one queen bed, and 2 full baths and a spacious “legal basement with full size window” common area with an additional 2 twin size bed, entertainment area and writing desk.

HOUSE FEATURES: The West Clark House is a perfect example of the architecture of this thriving railroad town. Hardwood floors, high ceilings, quaint spaces, all modern amenities, luxury linens, a stocked full size kitchen. The picture perfect home has a fabulous covered porch with couches and dining table and chairs – a lovely place to watch the local residents and children play, walk and pass by. The private and darling back yard area has a dining table for 6, propane BBQ grill and handmade corn hole game.

AREA AND NEIGHBORHOOD: Livingston is always vibrant but is especially alive in the summer time with various festivals, rodeos, nightly music choices and more! Critically acclaimed restaurants line the neon-lit downtown area with choices from local farmed lamb to brick oven bakeries to Chinese to good ol’ Montana fall-off-the-bone ribs. Lively western bars and microbreweries dot the picturesque downtown. Various bands from all over the country liven up the night giving listeners a choice of what music they’d like to listen or dance to. Two live theaters, casinos, movie house, and bowling alley add to the nightlife options.

Daytime activities include shopping at many of the boutique and specialty shops downtown, some with history back to the 1930’s. Recreationally, there are endless hiking/biking opportunities in the Livingston Area, as well as world-renowned fly fishing, adding to one of the many reasons that Livingston is also headquarters to the International Fly Fishing Federation. Swimming, golf course, art galleries and museums prove that there is something for everyone in Livingston.

PETS:  No pets allowed