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Chico Hot Springs Hotel & Travel Guide

Dust off your walking shoes and take in the views around you at Chico Hot Springs, a great place to spend a day in the sunshine with your travel companions.

It is situated in Big Sky. If you aren't quite familiar with that name, it's 110 miles (177 kilometers) away from the capital of the state, Helena.

If you love new adventures, you might not have a problem with doing a bit of traveling to get to your hotel. There aren't any in the immediate vicinity, but you will find a small range if you venture farther out. 35 miles (56 kilometers) away in Gardiner, you will find 11 places to stay. Travelers recommend the Yellowstone River Suites, Travelodge Gardiner at Yellowstone Park North Entrance and Yellowstone Gateway Inn.

Enjoy a breather from being on the go and treat yourself to some culinary pleasures at The Chico Dining Room (163 Chico Road, Livingston), 0.1 miles (0.2 kilometers) away.

Other Things to Do Near Chico Hot Springs

As well as Chico Hot Springs, you might like to swing by one or two of the area's other popular attractions:

  • Shoppers in the know will want to head straight for Bear Paw Outfitters, a well-known store which some people specifically visit the region for.
  • Professional shoppers may want to head straight for Parks' Fly Shop, a well-known store which some travelers visit the area for.
  • For travelers that love absorbing as much as they can about stories from the past, head to Roosevelt Arch.