Mill Creek Retreat
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
|Living space||1200 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyAsk
|Theme||Adventure, Romantic, Wilderness, Away from it all, Mountain, River|
Description from the owner
Secluded Montana Getaway for Fishing, Hunting & Summer/Winter Sports
Nestled on a hillside of the Absaroka mountains in beautiful Mill Creek canyon and adjacent to Montana's magnificent Paradise Valley, Mill Creek Retreat is ideal for a couple, small family (up to 4), or several close friends. Accessible all year, the location is quiet, private, but close to Chico Hot Springs, the Yellowstone River and thirty six miles north of Yellowstone National Park. The cabin property (8 1/2 acres), is flanked by National Forest lands with access to fishing, hiking trails, and cross country skiing.
The cabin property in on the edge of Mill Cr...Read more
Mill Creek Retreat
Additional Location Information
Twenty seven miles south of Livingston and off Hwy 89 south (west side of Yellowstone River), or Hwy 540/East River Road on Mill Creek Road near Pray and Emigrant (Paradise Valley). Thirty six miles north of Gardiner (north entrance to Yellowstone Park). Ten minutes from Chico Hot Springs (pool), restaurant, snack bar, bar with weekend live music, trail rides and beauty spa. Fifteen minutes to Emigrant Store and gas station, fly shop and fishing outfitter, historic Old Saloon and Livery Stable Restaurant and and the River's Edge Bar and Grill. Wildlife includes deer, elk, bear, mountain lions and lots of fishing. Livingston is an Historic town with restaurants, galleries and general shopping. Bozeman, 26 miles west of Livingston, is home of Montana State University and the Museum of the Rockies (famous for its dinosaur exhibit), more galleries and restaurants. Airport is Gallatin International Airport just west of Bozeman. Livingston has a small airport suitable for private planes and small jets.
Location Type Away from it all, Mountain, River
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$190||$190||$1,150||$0||3 nights|
|All Dates||$190||$190||$1,150||-||3 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Tax rate - 7% of rental - Tax
- Damage deposit - $250 / stay - Security Deposit
Additional notes from owner
Rates shown above for prime season, June 1st thru October 15th. Off-season rate is $425 for three days or $800 for 6 or 7 day week. Discount for multiple weeks--ask owner. A 50% deposit is required at booking. The balance will be due 21 days prior to occupancy. Damage deposit of $250 is fully refundable within two weeks of departure (less damages). A pet fee of $50 is required if a pet is approved. On booking, a confirmation/lease agreement will be sent to renter for signature and must be signed and returned to confirm rental reservation. Cancellation policy is included. Owner accepts credit cards and personal checks.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 06, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
My husband and I had the best vacation during the week we spent at Mill Creek Retreat. Every morning he was out knee-deep in cold water fishing in Mill Creek, which is very close to the cabin, or another of the many creeks in the area.I went for long walks on the many trails, some of which go up into the mountains, while others remain in the wooded ravines - all of them are beautiful. We loved our warm soaks at Chico Hot Springs, our diners in Livingston and our float on the Yellowstone. The cabin itself is well equipped and very comfortable, and the owners were responsive and engaged. We'll be back, for sure.
Everything about this place is amazing and wonderful. It was very clean, they thought of everything when they built it. The views were breathtaking. So much to do from right there if you like to hike or fish. Located far enough out for privacy, but close enough to get to town or area restaurants. The owners graciously accommodated us with any and all requests. If you want to see things, it is a nice ride to Yellowstone, Beartooth Highway, we even went to Jackson, WY. The state of Montana is simply gorgeous. And check out Chico Hot Springs while you are there. We cannot say enough, we truly enjoyed it and will stay there again if we find out way back.
Wonderful His and Hers Getaway
My husband and I stayed at Mill Creek Retreat while he was hunting in the area. It was a wonderful location for both of us. The deer were plentiful so the hunter was happy and the cabin was the perfect place to curl up with a good book since I don't hunt. The area was absolutely beautiful and so peaceful. The location was out of the way enough to feel that we had escaped the city, but close enough to the quaint town of Livingston to get a little shopping in as well as a few good meals out. We were also able to enjoy a hot springs soak and lunch at the nearby Chico Hot Springs. We will definitely stay again!