Painted Porch Bed & Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Painted Porch Bed & Breakfast Wilson
Travel Blogs from Wilson
... off to our first stop, Mammoth Hot Springs. The first thing we noticed at the hot springs was a wandering elk. Warnings all over reminded tourists to stay 100 yards from the bear and wolves, and 25 yards from other animals. Well, this bull elk was not going by the rules and he was munching grass and occasionally bellowing right within the confines of our board walks. That put him about 25 feet ...
... much more splendid one day!
The Teton range reflected in Jackson Lake is one of my favourite views on this portion of the trip. We pass it frequently as we drive the short distances around the Park. This is a very compact and relaxed Park - 100% nicer, in my view, than Yellowstone. I really wish we could have stayed a bit longer. Sunset from Signal Mountain is also a really lovely view.
... told that at this elevation, it is equivalent to being the month of October. The changing color of tree leaves confirmed this assertion. We enjoyed hiking to Inspiration Point and taking many scenic drives exploring the area. We saw a variety of wildlife and learned that by winter, elk herds numbering 5,000 to 10,000 take harbor nearby at the National Elk Refuge lining the road from the park into town. At the end of the season, Boy Scout troops gather and then ...
... HARDEST beds to make! I have to climb up into Annie’s & Wesley’s bed in order to make it. Picture sweat covering my forehead by the time I’m finished.) Then, we grilled brats and beans, made a salad, and ate outside on our picnic table.
The kids hung out in their newly made bed. Who doesn’t like a crisp, clean bed? Wes played on his 3DS while Annie created fashion designs in her design sketch pad. I spent hours writing 6 days of ...
... mow you down.
Now that we had entered this animal territory or ‘bear country’ as it’s known here there were two things we knew we couldn’t be without. Binoculars and bear spray! We managed to purchase both at the nearby Visitors Centre and thankfully Paulie was on his guard when he was ambushed by a black bear. Ok it was just a teddy bear but it’s good to know my man ...