We would like to acknowledge and thank Terry & Jerry Oksa for their many years of dedication to the Yellowstone Rod Run! The success has been phenomenal, making it the oldest event in the Northwest and one dear to our hearts here in West Yellowstone. With the guidance of Terry, we are honored to carry on this event and look forward to bringing many more years of fun and making memories at the Yellowstone Rod Run!
We will be putting on a Poker Run north to 320 Ranch for lunch, making stops along the way to draw your cards.
We are making TOWN PARK our permanent headquarters for the entire weekend.
Join us for a dinner social in the TOWN PARK on Friday night.
Thanks for your interest!!!
The WYRR Committee ~ 2019 Event Organizers
West Yellowstone, Montana
Our "Little Big Town" the western gateway mountain village to Yellowstone National Park.
West Yellowstone's history closely mirrors the history of Yellowstone National Park. When the park was first formed, early guides would have lead their clients into the park by following the course of the Madison River through the area that would one day become West Yellowstone
In 1908, the first train loaded with tourists arrived on the Oregon Shortline railway extension. Over the course of several years, the track was constructed up from Ashton, Idaho through Island Park, Idaho, over Targhee Pass and into West Yellowstone, hearkening the founding of West Yellowstone. At first, visitors didn't linger; but rather made their way in and out of Yellowstone only pausing long enough to grab a meal and make the train on time. Since then, visitors have found out about the hospitality
of West Yellowstone and the great outdoor opportunities on all four sides of the "town at the end of the line".