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⭐️FREE TRASH PICKUP-WIFI-HOTTUB-FIRE PIT-BBQ-YNP-TETONS-BEAR FOOT

Entire cabin hosted by Island Park Reservations
13 guests4 bedrooms7 beds2 baths
Entire home
You’ll have the cabin to yourself.
Clean and tidy
2 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
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⭐️FREE TRASH PICKUP
⭐️FREE WIFI-INTERNET
⭐️TV-DVD PLAYER
⭐️DELUXE FIRE PIT-BRING WOOD
⭐️BBQ GRILL-PROPANE PROVIDED
⭐️LINENS & TOWELS PROVIDED
⭐️FULLY STOCKED KITCHEN
⭐️DISHES SILVERWARE POTS-PANS
⭐️HORSEBACK RIDING CLOSE BY
⭐️WEST YELLOWSTONE 45 MIN.

*Hot Tub is unavailable during the winter due to the roof sliding onto the tub.

Bear Foot Bungalow is a secluded mountain cabin on Bills Island that sleeps 13 comfortably. Nestled in lodge pole pine trees for a feeling of seclusion. Nicely decorated in a rustic mountain theme. Comfortable furnishings and beds for a great night sleep. Bills Island features 3 different community boat ramps to put in your boat or water craft for some summer fun. Approx. 45 minutes to West Yellowstone, Mt. Island Park, Idaho has a lot of history, scenic attractions and lots of activities to make your vacation a memorable one. Don't forget to visit Mesa Falls, Big Springs, Johnny Sacks Cabin and Quake Lake.

Bed Configurations & Floor Plan
Main Level: (1-Bedroom & 1-Bathroom )
Master Bedroom with King Size Bed, Kitchen with Granite Counter Tops, Living Room with DVD Player (BRING MOVIES), Propane Gas Stove to Keep You Cozy Warm in Winter, Full Bathroom and Laundry Room. Nice Covered Front Deck
Upstairs: (3-Bedrooms + Loft~ 1-Bathroom )
1st Bedroom has a King Bed.
2nd Bedroom has a King
3rd Bedroom has a Queen Bed & 1 Twin Bed
Loft over looks the living room with large carpeted area and 2 Queen Beds
1- 3/4 Bathroom with Shower

The space
*Hot Tub is unavailable during the winter due to the roof sliding onto the tub.

⭐️FREE TRASH PICKUP
⭐️FREE WIFI-INTERNET
⭐️TV-DVD PLAYER
⭐️DELUXE FIRE PIT-BRING WOOD
⭐️BBQ GRILL-PROPANE PROVIDED
⭐️LINENS & TOWELS PROVIDED
⭐️FULLY STOCKED KITCHEN
⭐️DISHES SILVERWARE POTS-PANS
⭐️HORSEBACK RIDING CLOSE BY
⭐️WEST YELLOWSTONE 45 MIN.

Bear Foot Bungalow is a secluded mountain cabin on Bills Island that sleeps 13 comfortably.   Nestled in lodge pole pine trees for a feeling of seclusion.   Nicely decorated in a rustic mountain theme.  Comfortable furnishings and beds for a great night sleep.  Bills Island features 3 different community boat ramps to put in your boat or water craft for some summer fun.   Approx. 45 minutes to West Yellowstone, Mt.   Island Park, Idaho has a lot of history, scenic attractions and lots of activities to make your vacation a memorable one. Don't forget to visit  Mesa Falls, Big Springs, Johnny Sacks Cabin and Quake Lake.  



Bed Configurations & Floor Plan
Main Level: (1-Bedroom & 1-Bathroom )
Master Bedroom with King Size Bed, Kitchen with Granite Counter Tops, Living Room with DVD Player (BRING MOVIES), Propane Freestanding Gas Stove to Keep You Cozy Warm in Winter, Full Bathroom and Laundry Room.   Nice Covered Front Deck
Upstairs: (3-Bedrooms + Loft~ 1-Bathroom )
1st Bedroom has a King Bed.
2nd Bedroom has a King
3rd Bedroom has a Queen Bed & 1 Twin Bed
Loft over looks the living room with large carpeted area and 2 Queen Beds
1- 3/4 Bathroom with Shower 

Guest access
Guests will have access to everything besides the garage separate from the house.

Other things to note
What to bring with you!- You're coming to a wilderness area to vacation and if you plan your vacation well you will have a positive experience. In the summertime May and through the middle of June can tend to be cooler early morning and toward the evening hours. Make sure to bring a jacket and long pants you can change into when needed. Bring a pair of tie up shoes to protect your feet. Shoes likes flip flops or sandals will not protect your feet when you are out exploring. Layering your clothing is a good idea and then if your too warm you can take off clothing as needed. At least this way when departing your cabin early morning to go site seeing you will have what you need with you. July and August are pretty warm and you should still bring a light jacket. The rest of the year you will want to bring heavier jackets and long underwear, snow suits etc. You will need to bring your private toiletries like bar soap and shampoo as we do not provide this for you. Cabins are equipped with everything else you should need except food of course. Snow tires and four-wheel-drive are recommended for traveling in Eastern Idaho during the winter. Road conditions can change quickly, and even well-traveled highways are occasionally closed by blizzards or high winds. Before setting out, check the Transportation Department's website or call 511 for an automated, up-to-the-minute status of all thoroughfares. Wise motorists will also carry emergency gear (shovel, snack bars, water, blankets) in their vehicles to be ready for any contingency. Coming Snowmobiling? A reminder to anyone traveling back country areas whether skiing, snowmobiling or hiking: Remember the time of year, exercising all back country cautions. Take necessary equipment and survival gear when venturing into the back country. If you have a GPS and cell phone, be sure to take them with you, but do not rely on them entirely for a safe rescue if you find yourself in trouble or stranded. Cell phones should be kept close to your body & turned off to keep the battery full, so it's not searching for a signal & running the battery down. Avalanche Transceivers and equipment, knowing what the avalanche conditions are, and knowing skills to save lives are a must for everyone entering back country riding or traveling. Plan ahead. Make sure you know the area you are going into before heading into it. If you find yourself in trouble, stop, take a look around you, and do not go any further. The further you go the more complicated and dangerous it is to get yourself to safety, also making rescue efforts more difficult and dangerous. Make mental notes in relation to any physical features or landmarks that would assist in your rescue. Make a plan, stick to your plan, narrow the riding area, & most of all...let someone know WHERE you are planning to go!
⭐️FREE TRASH PICKUP
⭐️FREE WIFI-INTERNET
⭐️TV-DVD PLAYER
⭐️DELUXE FIRE PIT-BRING WOOD
⭐️BBQ GRILL-PROPANE PROVIDED
⭐️LINENS & TOWELS PROVIDED
⭐️FULLY STOCKED KITCHEN
⭐️DISHES SILVERWARE POTS-PANS
⭐️HORSEBACK RIDING CLOSE BY
⭐️WEST YELLOWSTONE 45 MIN.

*Hot Tub is unavailable during the winter due to the roof sliding onto the tub.

Bear Foot Bungalow is a secluded mountain cabin on Bills Island that sleeps 13 comfortably. Nestled in lodge pole pine trees for a feeling of seclusion. Nicely decorated in a rustic mountain theme. Comfortable furnishings and beds for a great night sleep. Bills Island features 3 different community boat ramps to put in your boat or water craft for some summer fun. Approx. 45 minutes to West Yellowstone, Mt. Island Park, Idaho has a lot of history, scenic attractions and lots of activities to make your vacation a memorable one. Don't forget to visit Mesa Falls, Big Springs, Johnny Sacks Cabin and Quake Lake.

Bed Configurations & Floor Plan
Main Level: (1-Bedroom & 1-Bathroom )
Master Bedroom with King Size Bed, Kitchen with Granite Counter Tops, Living Room with DVD Player (BRING MOVIES), Propane Gas Stove to Keep You…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 3
1 king bed
Bedroom 4
1 king bed
Common spaces
2 queen beds

Amenities

Wi-Fi
Kitchen
Free parking on premises
TV
Heating
Fire extinguisher
Dryer
Indoor fireplace
Smoke alarm
Private entrance

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Location

Island Park, Idaho, United States

Bill's Island

Cafe Sabor
11.5 km
Harriman State Park
12.0 km
Connie's
13.5 km
Mesa Falls
28.4 km

Hosted by Island Park Reservations

Joined in December 2014
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We live in beautiful Island Park, Idaho. We have had a family owned business for over 20 years and love it! We own Island Park Reservations, LLC . We have several cabin rentals spread over Island Park and are in close proximity to Yellowstone National Park.
We live in beautiful Island Park, Idaho. We have had a family owned business for over 20 years and love it! We own Island Park Reservations, LLC . We have several cabin rentals spr…
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 4:00 pm
Checkout: 10:00 am
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm