Collective Yellowstone
Payments made by partners impact the order of prices displayed. Room types may vary.
The listings of booking offers for each property take into account the compensation paid to us by our partners. Prices shown may be for varying room types. Prices displayed are the lowest available, corresponding to the least expensive room type available, as provided from our partners as of the time of the user’s search.

Collective Yellowstone

Sitting area
Traveller (67)
Room & Suite (26)
Farm to Table - fine dining in the wilderness!
Dining (8)

View prices for your travel dates

Contact accommodation for availability.
There are similar hotels available.
View all

About

4.5
#1 of 1 guest house in Big Sky
4.4 of 5 bubbles
Location
4.5 of 5 bubbles
Cleanliness
4.6 of 5 bubbles
Service
4.4 of 5 bubbles
Value
Located lakeside on the majestic Lee's Pool in beautiful Moonlight Basin, the Yellowstone Collective Retreat is just nine miles from picturesque Big Sky, Montana. This breathtaking retreat is where luxury and nature collide.
Read more
Suggest edits to improve what we show.Improve this listing
Property amenities
Free parking
Free breakfast
Restaurant
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Good to know
HOTEL STYLE
Quaint
52Reviews5Q+A8Room tips

Reviews
We perform checks on reviews.
Tripadvisor’s approach to reviews
Before posting, each Tripadvisor review goes through an automated tracking system, which collects information, answering the following questions: how, what, where and when. If the system detects something that potentially contradicts our community guidelines, the review is not published.
When the system detects a problem, a review may be automatically rejected, sent to the reviewer for validation, or manually reviewed by our team of content specialists, who work 24/7 to maintain the quality of the reviews on our site.
Our team checks each review posted on the site disputed by our community as not meeting our community guidelines.
Learn more about our review moderation.

Traveller rating
  • 39
  • 7
  • 1
  • 3
  • 2
Time of year
Traveller type
Language
Selected filters
  • Filter
  • English
Sort by:
Detailed Reviews
Taytertot13 wrote a review Sept 2018
San Francisco, California
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The good:
In September we had no problems with bugs or mosquitos. The beds are crazy comfortable--I want one. The tents and decor are beautiful to behold and create the right atmosphere. The setting is gorgeous with a clear view of Lone Pk. and a pond in the foreground (though I wondered about whether it bred mosquitos in the summer). The food was excellent (we did a box meal and breakfast). We took advantage of the other perks by visiting the golf club, lodge, and ulery's lake and had a great meal, nice workout, and excellent time SUPing, respectively.

The bad:
It's just not worth $600 per night and CR is, I think, shooting themselves in the foot by setting this price point so high. As people have pointed out in reviews, when you pay that much the little things matter a lot. When you're camping outside, there are SO MANY little things to account for, and they add up. And as people have noted I can confirm that:
-you most definitely need a car to get to/from and to any associated venues
-heating system makes all water smell like sulphur
-needs better signage so you don't walk into the wrong tent
-bathroom tent area is cold but, yeah, you're camping, so...
-they really should give you slippers as well as robes

Overall, just a problem of having $600 expectations jive with sleeping outdoors and everything that entails. They'd be doing themselves a huge favor knocking it down to $300, which is more in-line with what you receive.
Read more
Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
Brooke Asher wrote a review Aug 2016
Charleston, South Carolina
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I just got home from my first Collective retreat and my mind is still blown. The tents are better than many luxury hotel rooms I've stayed at - the bed is simply divine. We had the chefs farm to table dinner on site which was delicious and fun. The campfire, smores, and service are all top notch. Additionally, the lodge guests have exclusive access to is top notch. We loved the paddle boarding, kayaking, and fly fishing on the Madison river. I can't wait to experience more Collective Retreats locations!!! The setting is heavenly. I've travelled all over the world, and can't recommend this experience enough!!!
Read more
Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
missgigi2018 wrote a review Sept 2018
Billings, Montana
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Thank you for the beautiful experience we had spending two nights at Collective Yellowstone. The tents were amazing - so comfortable and luxurious. I loved the turn down service! Josh and Eddy on your staff were very helpful and courteous and the food was absolutely delicious. I hope to stay there again.
Read more
Date of stay: September 2018
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
Response from Melissa B, Community Manager at Collective Yellowstone
Responded 12 Sept 2018
Hi, there. Thank you so much for your kind words and taking the time to write a review. The pleasure was ours in getting to host you at Collective Yellowstone, and we're glad to hear you had such a wonderful experience. We hope to welcome you back again soon, and thank you again for coming to see us. Don't be a stranger!
Read more
Report response as inappropriate
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
271diane wrote a review Aug 2018
Montana
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We expected a 5 Star experience and got a ZERO. But let me begin with the positive: beautiful setting, exquisite beds and linens, and very nice (but untrained & unorganized) staff.

But that was it for our 2-day stay.
1) Directions. Once we found the gate for The Collective, there were no signs on the gravel road directing us to The Collective. Once we finally found it, it had been printed in the "2018 Guide to The Collect Retreat", that we would be greeted "by our team at the parking lot." We had no idea where to park or where check in was when we arrived. We had a search for the check in and for a person.
2) Service. We asked for ice and hair dryers for our tent and it finally arrived the second day after asking at least TWICE to a staff person. We were told we would have turn down service. We got it the first night, but not the second night because the place was so short staffed due to their overbooking for their "Farm to Table" dinner. It was an extremely noisy mess there. Awful.
3) Staff. There appeared to be NO organization or management there. The staff clearly were not trained for the type of service this Retreat says that it gives to its customers.
4) Breakfast: It was billed as having "a seasonal mix of hearty and healthy options." What a joke! The second morning it was so crowded and unorganized that I had to get my own coffee and juice. Then ONE PLATE of 2 luke warm sausages & cold eggs (the ONLY option and NOT a seasonal mix!) were given to my husband and me and we were told to share. We had to ask for silverware and plates. I walked in to the kitchen to get ours. The couple traveling with us had to wait over an hour to suffer through the same breakfast mess. It was an awful,unacceptable joke given what we were paying per day and expecting.
5) CRAZY NOISY AT NIGHT! There are no "kind requests from management" to the guests to respect others at night. The first night around midnight, a drunken group of guests stumbled past our tent awakening everyone. Night two, there were two tents with children who were allowed to scream and play until will past 11:00. The next morning we were awakened round 7 AM to a DRONE flying over our tent - the same undisciplined children from the night before. And all we kept saying to each other was that we paid over $600/night for this horrible experience.
6) The tent. Our friends had WEEDS growing into their tent from outside with mold growing up the sides of the tent.

I could go on and on, but you get the point. Seriously, I could write pages about this place.

My advice to you is: DON'T GO!!! It's the biggest ripoff I have ever experienced.
Read more
Date of stay: July 2018
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: If you are even considering going, don't.
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
Mandy K wrote a review Jul 2018
Nashville, Tennessee
2.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I booked this as one of our only adult trips in several years for our anniversary. We were excited about being in the great outdoors while still having the luxury feel of a nice hotel.

We had to wait over an hour to be checked in while being bitten by horse flies and thousands of mosquitos. When I asked to have our very over priced bbq dinner ($80 for burgers, potatoes and veggies) cooked for us (as advertised on the website) I was told that is was a “hands on” experience and we would need to cook it ourselves.

There were no bathrobes as advertised, so going back and forth to the bathroom with just a towel between tents was not very luxurious. The shower was either scalding hot or freezing cold. The farm dinner was good but wildly over priced for 3 courses and no booze at $150 a person for salad, entree, and tiny dessert. It was our 10 year anniversary and we booked a private dinner. It was not private. The food was the same menu all 4 days of the trip. I had to ask multiple times for information on the activities we booked such as where to go, what time to be there and directions to get there. The electricity went out multiple times. Our room was not made up and we only got one towel and washcloth, no hand towel for the whole 4 day trip. At almost $600 a night, as well as advertised on the website, we expected an entire different experience. We were told Moonlight Basin was walking distance “right over the hill”. We tried to walk (walked for 2 hours) and never got there. We finally found it on our own after a 10 minute drive with multiple turns. The lodge was nice and the lake was great with fun activities like kayaking and paddle boarding, but the food at the lodge was terrible. The breakfast on the Collective grounds was a highlight of the trip! We only got to experience it one out of 4 days though because we had activities booked 2 mornings and therefore missed it and the last day the chef had an emergency so we were left without any breakfast. It would be nice if they had a grab and go option or could accommodate when one person is out for some reason.

All in all, the grounds were beautiful and it was a neat experience. However, we really didn’t feel there was much value in Collective. We will definitely return to Big Sky because it’s amazing, gorgeous, with many great activities and excellent guides. We will not be staying at this or any other Collective resort in the future.
Read more
Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
trace702 wrote a review Nov 2018
Smyrna, Delaware
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at the end of August/beginning of September. The property is beautiful, staff was attentive-ish, definitely a fan of glamping overall. We did the fly fishing tour and horseback riding and had the best time. It’s quiet, tents are adequately spaced apart, and on most nights you can see several planets and the Milky Way.
There are a couple opportunities for improvement considering the $600/night price tag. I travel quite extensively. All over the country for work, usually 2-3 weeks/month. I’m also out of the country at least 3 times per year. I’m pretty laid back, and have stayed in hostels up to 5 star hotels. Needless to say the customer service was subpar, which would be fine if it was $350/night.
Few things of note:
-No signage for checkin area. Although we text to let them know when we were to arrive, no one was there to greet us, and we found ourselves wandering around aimlessly until some one finally came for us. Easy fix, put up more signs.
-Checkin process left a lot to be desired. We were told about the amenities at Moonlight Basin but only in passing, when I asked for more information I was told to go down to the lodge for more information. There should be a book with available activities for both there and Uley’s lake in all tents.
-Also, we were not given a tour, just shown to our tent and how to use bear spray. During our stay we saw other guests getting tours upon arrival. We figured the place out for ourselves but wondered about the inconsistency.
-Turn down service was sporadic. Our second night there it dropped to 28 degrees, and we returned to our tent to no fire or space heater, which we were expecting since it was done for us the previous night. Another couple said their tent ran out of fire wood in the middle of the night, and called for more. They waited for almost an hour before some one showed up while contemplating burning books and furniture to keep warm.
-Farm to table dinner was delicious and enjoyed chatting with the chef, who is awesome. It was shared space with other families using the grill for the bbq boxes as it was raining, with kids and adults running back and forth, some times bumping into our chairs on the way. It would have been more enjoyable if it was separate spaces, again considering the price per plate.
-On the second day it rained all day, and although we much appreciated our tent and shower area being cleaned, whoever performed the cleaning tracked mud all over the bathroom and into our tent and did not clean that up.
-Yes, the water does smell like sulfur, and it feels like it leaves a film on your skin. I wasn’t too bothered by that. Was happy to have hot water considering I don’t always have it when camping.

We thought is was just us, but we met two other couples there who had the same experience. They seemed to have it worse than we did, noting poor communication and lackluster customer service.

There were several other little things that left us kind of like, “really?”. Especially for the price and the clientele they seem to be targeting with their marketing strategy.

We would stay again after trying a few other glamping companies first for comparison. Maybe they are all like this?
Read more
Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
brandis80 wrote a review Jul 2018
Texas
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Overpriced and underwhelmed. To start, I can say their was nothing luxurious about this "glamping" experience. From the initial planning to the arrival and settling the charges it was completely unorganized. Before we even arrived I played phone tag for weeks trying to finalize our meals with Collective Retreats as well as our activities while staying and did not ultimately receive anything until 2 hours prior to check in. Not to mention the directions they send to find this place are minimal. We texted them twenty minutes prior to arriving as they requested and they were supposed to send us a gate code to get onto the property which they never sent. When we arrived at the closed gate we called and texted to no answer. We sat a the gate for a while (with another couple having the same problem) letting ourselves in by following another guest through the gate. Once we drove through the gate it didn't get any better. The roads were terrible and unmaintained. You saw debris and trash all along the way. Once we arrived to the check in area the disaster continued. The managers dog barked at me as we walked in scaring me. You immediately get eaten alive my mosquitos and painfully bitten by horseflies. There was trash around the main lodge area and it was a mud pit. After checking in we had to sit at the main lodge while waiting on our tent to be ready for another hour. Note this is two hours after we were supposed to be able to check in. We finally got to walk to our tent along another path that had piles of brush and empty mulch bags only to arrive at our mosquito infested tent. The only nice thing I can say is the tent decor was pretty. We had to hide under the covers to avoid being eaten alive. The next morning we were supposed to head out to go fly fishing about an hour away which we booked through the Collective Retreat. I had to ask the manager for directions to which she started giving us long verbal directions to the place and that is when I about lost it. This is not luxury service peeps. I had to stop her and inform her we would need written directions as well as an address to where we would be going. Those weren't much better. Nobody pays attention to detail at this place. We were supposed to stay three nights here and it was so bad we checked out after the second night. They leave a water jug in your room which they never refilled once in our three days there. They left food in our bear proof coolers outside our tent without ice, double charged us for a spa service, and were supposed to refund us for one nights farm to table dinner they prepare for you to eat at their unkempt main lodge. $300 per couple for one meal people. That does not include any alcohol. It was overpriced and let me paint a picture of this meal. The kitchen is three feet from your table and you can see inside the not good looking cooking tent. How is that for $300 ambiance? We got charged for a local resort that you could drive back down the mountain to use their amenities yet we weren't given any sort of access card to use these amenities. Overall it was a tragic mess and I would never recommend this place.
Read more
Date of stay: July 2018
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
Response from Melissa B, Community Manager at Collective Yellowstone
Responded 23 Jul 2018
Hi there, Brandi. Thank you for taking the time to write us a review. We're sorry to hear you had this experience, and we appreciate you bringing it to our attention and taking the time to provide us with this valuable feedback. All of your comments have been shared with management so they can be addressed. We see you've spoken with our team, but if there's anything else we can do, please don't hesitate to reach us at (970) 445-2033.
Read more
Report response as inappropriate
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
jcruth13 wrote a review Jul 2018
St. Petersburg, Florida
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed 4 nights recently at Collective retreat Yellowstone last week. Weather aside (as always unpredictable) our other main issues were that we had informed collective retreats several times that we would be traveling with our 4 year daughter and were assured (again several times) that the amenities that we would be permitted to use at Moonlight Basin -which included the restaurant, pool, gym, and lake facility - were a brisk walk away. I am not sure what their definition of “brisk walk” is but if it includes a mostly unpaved, very windy, and over a mile long possibly more DRIVE away then that is one brisk walk !!! I actually Pretty positive it would not be possibly to walk due to length and steepness of the drive getting up to the gym, restaurant and pool. The outdoor hot tub was not working . The steam room was not working. And we were told we were not permitted to use the spa as it was members only. Ok....
The showers and sink in the actual tents left a slimy residue on your skin which bothered my daughters allergies so we had to make the drive each day to the lodge to shower. Also the water in the shower in the tents was either freezing cold or burning hot. Our toilet overflowed....yes that’s right.
inside floors of the tent were filthy and frankly less clean and way more mosquitos, spiders and flies then any other tent you could put up as the floors of the “tent” were just deck flooring so bugs could come in from below or from any of the sides of the canvas tent as you could easily push it aside with your fingers-( not strapped to sides of decking. )

The staff at the retreat were very friendly. However everyone at the lodge with the exception of one waiter was extremely rude and treated us as though we were not suppose to be there .
The only saving grace each morning was the delicious breakfast that the retreat staff served in the main tent.
unfortunately the poor design of the showers/sink which pours water used directly beneath your floor boards becomes a breeding ground for mosquitos!!

Overall I would not return and only give experience a 2 out of 5 stars at best. Glamping certainly not. I have been on camping trips that I haven’t paid for where I was more relaxed,clean, and content. Never once sat in tent as the mosquitos found a way in at all times.
Read more
Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
2travelingscientists wrote a review Jul 2018
Park City, Utah
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Definitely not Glamping, just high priced camping. First, in their directions they instruct you to call when about 20 minutes from arrival. We did, no answer, also sent text. Arrived at gate, still no response. Happily we had a gate access code. Once within ‘resort’ be prepared for minimal signage and very dusty, bad dirt roads. Definitely bring a 4 wheel drive car that you don’t love. You will see old wood piles, bags of dirt, and trash along the way, not well maintained. At check-in the girl seemed more interested in her dog than helping us. The waiver you need to sign is extensive by the way. The tents are comfortable, but we had muddy dog prints throughout our room. Definitely bring old slippers to wear. Your shower has a choice of HOT or COLD, nothing in between. Water also smells strongly of suphur. There are also no bathrobes or blow dryers. The tents have some power but very limited. You can’t run the heater and the coffee pot at the same time. If you are bringing any nice clothes be sure to pack them in a suit carrier as there is not a place to easily hang any long garments. They have amazing fly swatting rackets in the room.
Breakfast Is served 8-10am. It is very good - eggs, pancakes, sausage. Chefs were great! The views are beautiful!!! The Moonlight lodge is not within walking distance but rather a 10-15 minute drive up the mountain. There you will have access to a worn gym and locker rooms with decent showers and a blow dryer. The hot tub didn’t work while we were there. You may think I am whiny but for $600 a night I expected more than a tent with a bed! I think if it would have been $300 a night we would have found these quirks acceptable, but at the rate charged it was just disappointing.
Read more
Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
tonimandrews wrote a review Jul 2018
Alexandria, Virginia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The tents are beautiful. The setting is amazing. We were greeted by friendly and helpful staff. It's a bit of a trek to the tent (but thankfully the staff uses golf cart to get your luggage to it). Loved sitting outside and just listening to nature while sipping wine. Next morning we had a great breakfast (blueberry pancakes and eggs, hot coffee) and set out on a challenging and beautiful hike in nearby Big Sky. Now for the not-so-great comments: our bathroom was well appointed but there was a constant, stinky smell coming from the toilet. Yuck. And forget about warm water: you get hot or cold. Really tricky to maintain water temp. Bugs inside the tent (especial bathroom) were not fun either but hey, we are in the great outdoors and the staff provides electric fly swatters. Breakfast on day 2 was not well done - staff didn't have their act together. Several of us gave up. The management apologized and waved fee. In sum, I'm glad I stayed but wouldn't stay more than 2 nights.
Read more
Date of stay: July 2018
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: I'd recommend asking for a tent closer in. We were in the last tent. For us, too isolated.
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
Julie b asked a question May 2018
Springboro, Ohio82 contributions35 helpful votes
Which tents have the best view? Is dinner available at the tent? Are there hiking trails close by?
Answer from Nick Pennink
12 contributions
Hi there Julie, All of our tents are uniquely positioned to have stunning views of their surroundings. While tent-side dinners are on our long list of things to provide for our guests soon, our small staff will be happy to give you an amazing experience at the dining lodge (a larger canvas tent) either at dusk, or under the stars. There are also plenty of hiking trails about a 10-minute drive from Moonlight Basin resort, where you can take in the scenic landscape. Hope this helps, and please let us know if there's any additional info we can provide.
MARTYO asked a question Jul 2017
SCHERTZ7 contributions3 helpful votes
What is the elevation of Collective Yellowstone? Thk U- LCC
Answer from Peter Mack
Manhattan Beach, California21 contributions5 helpful votes
Hello! The elevation of Collective Yellowstone is averaged at 7,500 feet. Have a wonderful day, The Collective Retreats Team
Answer from Peter Mack
Manhattan Beach, California21 contributions5 helpful votes
Hi there, We tend to not get much rain after about July 1, however, it does start to get chilly at night after labor day. We'd love to have you! Let me know if you'd like more info. Best, -Peter
Answer from Peter Mack
Manhattan Beach, California21 contributions5 helpful votes
Good morning! We're excited to host you at the Yellowstone Collective Retreat. Yes, we love dogs. So long as yours is well behaved and on-leash when he/she is not in the tent, we'd love for you to bring your dog. And yes, every guest tent has it's own hot-water shower / full bathroom attached to your tent. Take a look at website, and the bathroom section for more info. Best, -Peter
Malorie P wrote a tip Sept 2018
Chicago, Illinois9 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Make sure you reserve a 4 wheel drive vehicle; the tents are spread out so expect to walk through the woods a bit to get to your room"
Read full review
jessicacp14 wrote a tip Sept 2018
Boston, Massachusetts2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The tents are great, but note that there's a substantial upcharge if you have cots added for children."
Read full review
271diane wrote a tip Aug 2018
Montana91 contributions61 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you are even considering going, don't."
Read full review
tonimandrews wrote a tip Jul 2018
Alexandria, Virginia3 contributions3 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"I'd recommend asking for a tent closer in. We were in the last tent. For us, too isolated."
Read full review
Rich T wrote a tip Jul 2017
10 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Tents are spaced such that they all feel very private"
Read full review
Not the right property for you?
There are more places to choose from in the Big Sky area.
LOCATION
United StatesMontanaBig Sky
NUMBER OF ROOMS
5
Prices are provided by our partners, and reflect total costs of the stay, including all taxes and fees known to our partners. Please see our partners for more details.
Is This Your Tripadvisor Listing?

Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.

Claim Your Listing

COLLECTIVE YELLOWSTONE - Guesthouse Reviews (Big Sky, MT) - Tripadvisor

Frequently Asked Questions about Collective Yellowstone
Which popular attractions are close to Collective Yellowstone?
Nearby attractions include Lone Peak (4.7 km), Big Sky Resort (5.1 km), and Beehive Basin Trail (3.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Collective Yellowstone?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Collective Yellowstone?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Collective Yellowstone?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Collective Yellowstone?
Conveniently located restaurants include Cabin Bar & Grill, Montana Dinner Yurt, and Yeti Dogs.
Are pets allowed at Collective Yellowstone?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
All Big Sky HotelsBig Sky Hotel DealsLast Minute Hotels in Big SkyHotels near Collective Yellowstone
Things to DoRestaurantsFlightsHoliday HomesTravel StoriesCruisesCar Hire