Pine Edge Cabins
Pine Edge Cabins is just one mile from the North East Gate of Yellowstone National Park. Enjoy comfortable cabins in a quiet natural setting right next to the wonders of Yellowstone. At Pine Edge Cabins having coffee on your front porch and watching mountain goats on the sheer rock mountain face behind the cabin is an average morning. Pine Edge Cabins features seven cabins range from $165-$300 plus 10% tax per night during the summer season and $110 + per night in the winter.
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.
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, deer or bison right out your cabin door.
From $180 per night + tax
Silver Gate Lodging Reviews!
- troy bronson
Great place to stay walking distance to all the stores
We recently stayed in the Back Cabin at Silver Gate Lodging. It was absolutely PERFECT! The cabin was clean, cozy, and comfortable. The town has a straight-out-of-a-movie quaint feeling about it. The locals were friendly and helpful. Our 5 days in Yellowstone were our best trip there yet, due to how close to the park we were. We cannot wait to return and stay in "our cabin"...which will definitely become a new family tradition!!!
We loved our visit. We stayed in cabin 2. Very comfy, had a kitchen. After a long day visiting Yellowstone,was nice to come back and hang out on the porch, watching a Bison walk down the road, right in front of our cabin. wonderful place. Only 5 miles from the entrance too Yellowstone. Awesome view from our cabin. Staff was great and very helpful. can't wait to visit again, I hope.
Great place to stay and very lovely staff!
- Kenny Allore
Fantastic cabins, awesome staff, will definitely be back!
Great food. Lovely surroundings. Fun people.
Very nice people and view 😍
This is the best place on Earth. Would love to keep going every year, you see something new every time you go out there.
- Tom Reynolds
We absolutely loved the cabin, the staff and the little village. We are a large family (2 adults, 4 kids and 2 dogs) that drove up from Texas in hopes of camping at Yellowstone. When we arrived, the temperature was around 34 and starting to snow. We quickly called Silver Gate Lodging, where we were met with an extremely courteous and helpful staff. The cabin had everything we needed and more and in a world full of bad service, the Silver Gate staff exceeded every expectation I could dream of. Stay here! Oh and you get to drive through Lamar Valley every time you enter the park.
This place is great!! Absolutely beautiful location, has soo much character, staff is incredibly nice and helpful, super comfortable bed. Highly recommend!!!
View from the front door was spectacular. The staff was very friendly and helpful to direct us . The accommodations we're fantastic , beds were so comfortable. Convenient to the entrance to the park. We will definitely be staying here again in the future.
Cute cabins. Bring your own dishwasher soap and sponge
- Thomas W. Hendrickson
Very nice cabins. Comfortable, cozy and great accommodations. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. GREAT LOCATION. Variety of Wildlife. Next Door to Yellowstone National Park.
Great birthday weekend.. Loved our cabin.
Love these cabins! I like that they are earth conscious and use all natural soaps and cleaners. The employees were all really nice and the general store has a really nice selection of necessities. They even have a shelf of things you can borrow during your stay! There was a bison that walked through our first morning and a deer the second. We also rented a spotting scope and checked out the sheep that roam on the hill across the road. Very fun for the whole family! The guest books were really fun to read and add to!
We stayed here overnight, on our way back from Yellowstone NP. It is an ideallic setting, with mountains in front. I'm guessing we can see wildlife right from the porch. (Scopes can be hired to see mountain goats ?) We didn't see any, maybe because we were there for a short time. Coffee is complimentary at their shop up front. There's a little kitchenette to cook, complete with all utensils and cutlery. There's a grill outside and comfy chairs and a place to build a campfire. The beds are very comfortable. I really recommend this place. The people at their shop were also very helpful with places to see around there.( Highly recommend the drive to Bear Tooth pass and back. ). Also, just to mention, we are Indian. We got many 'looks' in many places in our trip. Here, no one batted an eyelid. Which was a relief. I would love to visit again, and recommend to everyone.
- Brian Heaney
As a family of four we were looking for a place to stay outside Yellowstone and sleep. Very relaxing and super friendly service.The cabin was clean and cute. We were even greeted by the mayor on the porch who was a sweet Labrador!
Great cabin experience!
Cosy cabins set in an amazing scenery. Excellent location as gateway into Yellowstone National Park. Great for both summer and winter time
Awesome place to stay with friendly staff. Easy access to Yellowstone. Kitchen was fully equipped to cook almost any meal!