Best Scenery Near Livingston & Paradise Valley

Best Scenery Near Livingston & Paradise Valley

Best Scenery Near Livingston & Paradise Valley

Livingston and Paradise Valley, Montana, are two destinations tucked in the heart of Montana. With easy access to incredible mountain ranges, miraculous wildlife and breathtaking views, get ready to fall in love with these small towns and the surrounding scenery. However you decide to explore this region, the stops listed below will make your trip unforgettable.

7 Picturesque Places to Visit Near Livingston and Paradise Valley

This corner of the state has some truly breathtaking sights, from the high-altitude plains to the towering mountains. Head to these seven stops to witness wild, untamed beauty for yourself.

1. Paradise Valley Scenic Loop

Almost 56 miles in length, with a one-hour drive time, this route will take you along the stunning views of the Absaroka and Gallatin mountain ranges and features views of the lively Yellowstone River. Try stopping at the many hidden fishing spots, bubbling hot springs and other points of interest along the way!

2. Emigrant Peak

Towering at almost 11,000 feet, Emigrant Peak is a must-visit spot for any outdoor enthusiast, as many hiking trails follow the ridge and offer some of the best views in Montana. You can also ski down the mountain in the winter months!

3. Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness

Containing over 700 miles of trails, the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness will take you through a scenic journey containing glacial lakes, plateaus and canyons. Remember to bring your camera to capture fantastic shots of the landscape and the many wild animals like elk, moose and grizzlies within the area.

4. Sacajawea Park

A beautiful park right in the heart of Livingston, Sacajawea Park is the perfect place to take your family and enjoy the outdoors. The playground has something for everyone, from swings to slides. Enjoy a picnic on the banks of the Yellowstone River or bring your rackets to enjoy a friendly game of tennis.

5. Shields River

One of the many amazing rivers in the state, Shields River is a winding 50-mile tributary of the Yellowstone River featuring secluded fishing access points, allowing anglers of all skill levels to fish for brook trout, white fish and other species.

6. Yellowstone National Park

A world-class destination for outdoor adventure, Yellowstone National Park holds the title of the world's first national park. Featuring over 3,472 square miles of land and over 500 active geysers, this park boasts thousands of archaeological sites and over 1,000 miles of trails. Any day at Yellowstone will reveal incredible sights ranging from hot springs to wildlife and everything in between.

7. Yellowstone Hot Springs

Bask in the soothing serenity of the warm, mineral-rich waters at Yellowstone Hot Springs. As you soak, take in the epic scenery the area is known for. This one-of-a-kind experience is just a short distance from the North entrance of Yellowstone National Park.

Your Base Camp to Explore Yellowstone

Situated on the banks of the Yellowstone River, Livingston/Paradise Valley KOA Holiday hosts all the amenities, recreation and lodging sites to ensure you get the rest you need while enjoying the region's natural wonders. With RV Sites, Tent Sites, Camping and Deluxe Cabins, you can choose what kind of experience works best for you. You'll also enjoy perks like a heated pool, Wi-Fi, bike rentals and more while staying within easy reach of many local attractions, like Yellowstone National Park.

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