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Situated only six miles from the country's first national park and nestled at the foothills of surrounding national forests, the opportunities to explore all that Yellowstone has to offer are endless. From amazing wildlife to spectacular geo thermal features, Yellowstone is a national treasure situated in the heart of the real American West. And if that were not enough, there are plenty of things to do right here at the camp! Need help getting your activities booked and co-ordinated? You can either book online or you can give us a call on 406 219 0441 or drop us an email info@mtundercanvas.com and we’ll help you put an itinerary together. 
If you'd like us to put together an itinerary for you, please email us directly at info@mtundercanvas.com or call us at 406 219 0441.
Please note we charge a commission for coordinating your activities for you.
Take a guided kayak trip on the surrounding rivers. Guests are picked up and dropped off from the camp so it’s a no stress paddle for our guests. 

You can also rent a Kayak or Stand-up Paddle Board yourself and put in on the river just in front of our tents. Paddle with the current to Hebgen Lake where a shuttle will pick you up and take you and your boat back to camp. If you have a child be sure to ask about current age restrictions. 

Head just down the road and venture by horseback into the surrounding national forest and see what Montana offers off the beaten path. Rides are available to riders of all levels of experience, from novice to expert. If you have a child be sure to ask about current age restrictions. 
Rafting adventurers of all abilities will find an experience on the Gallatin to match their wildest dreams! Choose from raging rapids to scenic floats, there is a journey here for everyone. If you have a child be sure to ask about current age restrictions. Note that the departure point is a 45 minute drive north of Yellowstone Under Canvas® in the beautiful Gallatin Canyon.
Summer tours are public or private and customized to meet your desires. Whether you are a first time Yellowstone visitor or are returning for your next adventure, we can help plan your itinerary. Our guides are experts in all things Yellowstone, and will show you the extraordinary things the Park has to offer. 
Your trip can include things like wildlife watching, a day hike to a backcountry geyser basin, a photography safari, swimming in a thermally heated river, and seeing the sites that make Yellowstone America’s grandest Park. 

Mountain bikers will revel in the hundreds of miles of trails surrounding our area. Road bikers will enjoy traveling through Yellowstone while off-road riders will enjoy our endless backcountry opportunities. Mountain bikes are available to rent.

The waters of Yellowstone county boast some of the best fly fishing in the world. Feel free to cast your line on the South Fork of the Madison River that runs through the camp or, if you’d prefer, hook up with our partner area outfitter who offers guided experiences. Float a drift boat or wade these famous waters and have tales to spin for a lifetime. If you have a child be sure to ask about current age restrictions. 
Please contact us for more information. You must have a Montana state fishing license to fish anywhere in the area. 

The Yellowstone region abounds with trails and a lifetime of sights to see. To thoroughly explore the landscape outside of the National Park, an ATV allows you maximum exploration in a day. 

Both single and double ATVs are available to rent through. Drivers must be over 18 and hold a valid drivers license. Helmets, insurance and maps of the area are also supplied.

A classic experience in Montana. Take in the views of the landscape from a unique perspective –a bird’s eye view! Zipline canopy tours will have you soaring above the Gallatin river and limestone cliffs. Zip down the mountainside along the location of the film A River Runs Through It. Even combine zipping and rafting into one full day! If you have a child be sure to ask about current age restrictions. Note that the departure point is a 1 hour drive north of Yellowstone Under Canvas® in the beautiful Gallatin Canyon.

Day One

Check In after 3pm 

Fly Fish on the Madison River & settle into the camp

Dinner at the camp's on site restaurant 

Enjoy evening camp fire (weather conditions permitting)


Day Two

8am Breakfast at our on site restaurant

1/2 Day Horse Back Trail Riding across Porcupine Game range. Guests are likely to see coyotes, elk and deer and stunning mountain vistas.

Picnic lunch

1/2 Day White water Rafting with the magnificent views of the wild Gallatin Canyon.

Dinner at the camp's on site restaurant


Day Three

7am -10am Early Morning Kayak on Hebgen Lake

10.30am Breakfast back at our on site restaurant

11.30am Guided Hiking Tour through Yellowstone National Park to include picnic lunch & swim in thermal springs

Dinner at the camp's on site restaurant


Day Four

8am Breakfast at our on site restaurant

Check Out of camp by 10am 
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Isn’t every great vacation marked with the promise of carefree relaxation? 

Enjoy a massage or spa treatment in the comfort of your tent and then make use of our outdoor hot-tub. Just let us know what you’d like when and we’ll get it all set up for you. 

Spa Treatments range from massages, facials, to pedicures and manicures.