Martie (Martha) Davis MarthaDavis2@me.com (317) 373-8830

MARTIE: I did a lot of reading to be sure that we made wise choices in terms of the towns where we stayed during our park visits. Keep in mind that Yellowstone is a huge park with several entrances separated by long distances. When I decided to make Gardiner, Montana our entry town I was also making a choice about the park features that we would most enjoy. Gardiner was a wonderful choice! It was a fun little artsy town that backs up to Yellowstone’s north boundary. It was also the first park entrance – see the wonderful old Theodore Roosevelt Arch! Only a very small “piece of Yellowstone” is in Montana. Each time we entered the park we traveled about 2 miles where a sign told us, “Entering Wyoming.” This is just one of many little tidbits that made Gardiner such a wonderful jumping off point into Yellowstone!

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