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Gardiner Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 81
Gardiner, MT 59030
Phone: 406-848-7971
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Gardiner was visited by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1903, when he dedicated the arch made of basaltic rock through which travelers could go on their way to the ‘Yellowstone Wonderland.’ The arch is inscribed with the words, ‘For the Benefit and Enjoyment of All People,’ a quote taken from the congressional act which made Yellowstone a national park in 1872. At one time the Northern Pacific Railroad brought visitors to Gardiner where they could meet the stagecoaches that would carry them throughout the park. Gardiner is the only year-round, drive-in entrance to Yellowstone National Park, making it a bustling town in any season.


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