The town of Silver Gate was founded in 1932 by John J. Taylor and J. J. White
The town of Silver Gate was founded in 1932 by John J. Taylor and J. J. White to serve the people visiting Yellowstone National Park. The original construction covenants for the town required log and rustic architecture only, which gives Silver Gate its very unique character.
We invite you to visit us in beautiful Silver Gate, Montana, located at the Northeast Entrance of Yellowstone National Park -- nestled between Yellowstone's Lamar Valley, Montana's Beartooth Mountains and Wyoming's Sunlight Basin and Absaroka Mountains. We are surrounded by some of the most majestic peaks in Montana. Silver Gate sits at an elevation of 7,400 feet, while the peaks around us soar to over 11,000 feet.
Whether you stay a week or a day, you'll find no better place to relax and enjoy Montana at its best than in Silver Gate.
Wildlife abounds in the area. On the high slopes you can look for bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and elk. Often in the early morning or evening hours you can see moose, bison and deer right out your cabin door.
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Silver Gate, Montana