Through KIDS ‘N’ SNOW, we want to offer an opportunity for all kids, both from our community and winter visitors, the chance to try new things in a safe and fun hands-on learning environment. And, hopefully, to develop lifelong healthy habits along the way.

21'-22' Kids 'N' Snow : Back to Basics!

December 18, 2021

January 8, 2022

February 5, 2022

March 5, 2022

(Saturdays Only)

Stay in touch through our Facebook page for details as they come to fruition.

With respect to the safety of visitors and residents, as well as those partners that are still returning to full staffing and programs, we are restarting the program with a Back to Basics approach this winter.

There will be afternoon movie specials at the Yellowstone Giant Screen Theatre, educational programs at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, arts and crafts at the Visitor Center and Saturday night S’mores and Sledding at Pioneer Park (skating if you have your own skates).

December will be in conjunction with the Christmas Stroll and January will offer the NAIFC Kids Ice Fishing Camp.

Regretfully, we are not able to offer M120 snowmobile rides, sled dogs, snowcoaches or skiing this year as we rebuild. There will be no registration needed this year for any of the activities.

If you have questions please email kidsnsnow@gmail.com or call the KIDS ‘N’ SNOW Headquarters at 406.646.7701. Thank you!

The Kids ‘N’ Snow Program offers sustainable, repeatable weekends throughout the winter, raising the awareness of West Yellowstone as a family-friendly destination. It brings families to West Yellowstone, creating a memorable experience, while encouraging those visitors to return again.

The goals of Kids’N’Snow is to take the fear out of first-ever winter experiences. Through the programs offered by our strategic learning partners, kids and their families can get outdoors in the winter and try a new activity, like ice skating, cross country skiing or snowshoeing in a safe environment.

After seven years, the program has expanded to 1,000+ participants, spanning more than ten states and several countries over the four weekends each winter. In 2012, the program received the “Tourism Event of the Year” from the Montana Office of Tourism, and in 2014, we were awarded an AZA Nature Grant, recognizing us as an AZA Nature Play Site.

Thank You to Our Past Sponsors & Partners!
KIDS 'N' SNOW would not be possible without your generous support.