Explore the Grandeur of the West From Our Yellowstone Hotel
Panoramic mountain vistas and adventure awaits at the Fairfield by Marriott in Livingston, Montana – the closest Marriott to Yellowstone National Park’s north entrance. Hike to Livingston Peak for rewarding views of the Absaroka Mountains, try fly fishing on the Yellowstone river or spend the day in the neighboring national park, just 30 minutes south.
Uniquely Livingston - Where Cowboys and Artists Mingle
Livingston originated as a railroad town but has morphed into an eclectic community of artists, authors, foodies and ranchers.
Taking place on the days surrounding July 4th, visitors come from all over the world to experience the Livingston Roundup Rodeo, Montana's premiere PRCA rodeo.
The Livingston Hoot is a free community sponsored music event that takes place during the first week in August on Main St. in Historic Downtown Livingston.
Nestled at the entrance to Paradise Valley, Livingston offers three quaint museums to explore:
Yellowstone Gateway Museum provides a distinctly local perspective into the history of Livingston and its historic connection to Yellowstone National Park.
Designed by the original architects for New York's Grand Central Station, the Livingston Depot Center serves the community as both a museum and an event center.
Located on the banks of the Yellowstone River, Livingston is proud to be called the Fly Fishing Capitol of the world. Learn about the history of fly fishing at the Fly Fishers International Museum.
While in town, check out Livingston's two breweries and a restaurant featured on Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations.
Katabatic Brewery, named for the cool wind that blows out of Yellowstone, through the Paradise Valley and into Livingston, offers a variety of local favorites.
Neptune's Tap House and Brewery bring a taste of the ocean to Montana, offering house brews, sushi and awesome burgers.
2nd Street Bistro located in the Historic Murray Hotel, offers locally sourced French cuisine with a Montana flare.
Discover Must-See Attractions
You’ll experience unparalleled beauty and hospitality at these must-see attractions like Yellowstone National Park and historic downtown Livingston.
Chico Hot Springs - enjoy the water from a natural hot spring with the convenience of a pool-side restaurant and bar
Yellowstone National Park - our country's first national park has a variety of incredible views, wildlife and thermal features to experience in every season
Museum of the Rockies - experience world-class collections of fossils, exhibits, and historic artifacts
Montana primarily has two seasons: summer and winter. Summer offers sunny days perfect for exploring nature, whether you hike a trail or spend time on the roaring Yellowstone River.
With more than 43 hiking trails in the surrounding area, you can capture nature's beauty at every turn.
Learning to fly fish on the Yellowstone River is an incredible adventure that will leave you with a newfound passion.
Whitewater rafting on the Yellowstone River is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that offers a unique view of the west.
Horseback riding was meant to happen in Montana. You will reconnect with nature and reset as you get lost among the trees and the mountains with your guide.
There is nothing quite like Montana in the winter and early spring when the landscape is blanketed in white. A variety of winter sports and activities are available nearby such as skiing, snowshoeing, fat tire-biking, and more.
Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing, and Cross Country Skiing
Cook City is a unique small town that is only accessible by way of Yellowstone that offers surprisingly numerous snowmobiling opportunities.
Mill Creek flows for miles along a snow-covered road perfect for a day of snowshoeing or cross country skiing
Hyalite Canyon and reservoir provide limitless opportunities, trails, and experiences in the winter.
Dailey Lake is the perfect place to try your hand at ice fishing and enjoy the peace of winter.
Skiers of all abilities will enjoy the powder at Bridger Bowl and the scenery that surrounds them.