Welcome to the source for groceries and liquor in Gardiner. The market is a locally owned hybrid store that offers everything a traditional grocery store does, plus gluten-free, organic, and local selections.

We carry fresh meat and produce, baked goods, ready-made sandwiches and salads, beer, wine, and liquor, as well as hiking and camping supplies including bear spray, tents, air beds, and lanterns.

Need something for the family back home? Why not bring home some Made-In-Montana gifts? We offer local items from over thirty different Montana producers.

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Yellowstone Basin Inn
The colors of fall have arrived here in the Greater Yellowstone Region!
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Gardiner, MT....Nature's Favorite Entrance to Yellowstone National Park! Fresh crisp air, fall colors and gorgeous scenery. Pictures taken by Jean Modesette just west of Gardiner September 26, 2016. Stay with us! www.yellowstonebasininn.com/accommodations.htm

19 hours ago

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Do your body good! Get the #nutrients you need from #FRUIT and #VEGGIES! #FVMMMonth

3 days ago

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Gardiner, Montana Chamber of Commerce
Gardiner Market shared Gardiner, Montana Chamber of Commerce's video.
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Do you want to observe amazing wildlife? Come to Gardiner! Gardiner, MT...Nature's Favorite Entrance to Yellowstone!β„’ Video: J. Modesette (using a zoom lens)--Please stay a minimum of 25 yards from wildlife.

4 days ago

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People cannot get enough of this balsamic glazed chicken. Full recipe: dlsh.it/3hRbh6p

6 days ago

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FREE entrance into Yellowstone Park tomorrow, 9/24! ... See MoreSee Less

Entrance fees will be waived tomorrow in honor of National Public Lands Day, so get thee to a park!

7 days ago

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Congratulations and enjoy your retirement Superintendent Iobst! ... See MoreSee Less

After 42 years with the National Park Service, Yellowstone Deputy Superintendent Steven F. Iobst will retire on September 30. Thank you for your service!

2 weeks ago

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What a great recipe for the fall season! ... See MoreSee Less

'Tis the season for PSLs! Broaden your pumpkin horizons by indulging in this sweet & spicy Blueberry Pumpkin Bread. bit.ly/2bL4sxA

2 weeks ago

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Two Peas and Their Pod
These look really good. We're going to try making them soon!
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These EASY EGG MUFFINS are a morning lifesaver. I love keeping them in the fridge or freezer, reheat and enjoy a healthy breakfast on the go! PRINTABLE RECIPE HERE: www.twopeasandtheirpod.com/egg-muffins-with-sausage-spinach-and-cheese/

3 weeks ago

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Fall is a great time of year to visit Gardiner and Yellowstone! ... See MoreSee Less

Can you hear it? The fall season is just around the corner. Check out our tips for planning the perfect fall trip to Yellowstone National Park at www.ypf.org/FallVisit.

3 weeks ago

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Happy Labor Day from all of us at the Gardiner Market! We hope you can go outside and enjoy your day.😊 ... See MoreSee Less

Yellow bus in West Thumb circa 1919, photographer unknown #OldYellowstone

4 weeks ago

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Have we told you lately how much we love this town? ❀️😊 ... See MoreSee Less

The Yellowstone Park Foundation is thrilled to play a part in the Gardiner Gateway Project, now underway to redesign the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park and to do justice to its grand centerpiece: the Roosevelt Arch. Find out more at www.ypf.org/GardinerGatewayProject. Photo by Tom Murphy Photography

4 weeks ago

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"When I saw the mountains the weight lifted and my restless spirit calmed...I knew I was where I belong." ~Anonymous Β© Absaroka Mountains north of Gardiner in Paradise Valley/J. Modesette

1 month ago

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National Park Service
Happy 100th Birthday!!
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It's finally here! Experience 0 to 100 with this video in honor of our 100th birthday! #FindYourPark #NPS100 Credit/Author: NPS, Mathew John Soundtrack: Cis Minor, β€œToday I Am Happy, As Never Before” Footage Provided by: Department of Interior | National Park Service | Florentine Films | Will and Jim Pattiz – More Than Just Parks | Jesse Rosten | Camp 4 Collective and Entropy Boy Productions | Brand USA | Gavin Heffernan | Ryan Light Films| David Lerman | Harun Mehmedinovic – Sky Glow Project | Ian Shive – Tandem Stills + Motion | Ryan Light | Steve Droter | Chris McKechnie

1 month ago

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As we gather in Arch Park to celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Park Service this Thursday here in Gardiner, it will also be a time to reflect back and thank all of the people before us who loved and cared for our national parks! "We all have a role to play in ensuring that future generations of Americans will be able to enjoy the thrilling experiences of nature and wildlife, history and culture, and the spirit of adventure that is waiting at every national park." ~ NationalParks.org #NPS100 #FindYourPark (Historic Gardiner photos courtesy of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum)

1 month ago

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We are excited for this Thursday's National Park Centennial Celebration here in Gardiner! It will be a night to remember.😊

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A word to the wise: expect congestion around the north entrance and Mammoth Hot Springs next week due to activities and events related to the National Park Service Centennial (especially on August 24 and 25).

1 month ago

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The 100th anniversary of the National Park Service is next week on August 25th. Happy Anniversary! ... See MoreSee Less

The National Park Service turns 100 years old in just one week! It's the perfect time to reflect back on the last century of national park stewardship and look to the century that lies ahead. To celebrate, we’re sharing a list of things we look forward to in the next 100 years of national parks. Starting this afternoon, we’ll share one per day as we countdown to the NPS Centennial celebration on August 25, 2016! #NPS100 #CentennialCountdown

1 month ago

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Beautiful photo by local photographer, MacNeil Lyons. ... See MoreSee Less

A chance moment. One that you have contemplated and hope for. The light is right and the animal is headed in the perfect direction. Anticipate his movement, get set up and capture the image you previously had in your mind. Now contemplate your trip to Yellowstone National Park and join us here at Yellowstone Insight for an amazing Autumn experience! Don't forget that we have YEAR-ROUND access to Yellowstone National Park's Northern Range with the abundant wildlife. Photography Tours, Wildlife Watching Tours, and intertwine some park history and geology into it as well. Look forward to hearing from you soon. Book with us today! www.YellowstoneInsight.com #YellowstoneInsight #YellowstoneNationalPark #WildWapiti

1 month ago

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Yogurt-Covered Frozen Blueberries...sounds delicious and healthy! ... See MoreSee Less

Keep snack-sized bags of these babies (or simply blueberries) in the freezer so you can grab & go whenever! bit.ly/2azSfzA #BiteSizeSummer Recipe & photo cred: Live Eat Learn

2 months ago

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The weekend is here! Got any fun plans?!

2 months ago

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Yellowstone Park Foundation
What an incredible sight in our backyard.❀️
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In just 3/8 of a mile, you will be rewarded with one of the most awe-inspiring views anywhere at the Brink of the Lower Falls. Look out over the 308 foot drop, see a rainbow or two, and take in the grandeur of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

2 months ago

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Our zucchini ravioli lets you have all the ravioli with none of the worries. FULL RECIPE: dlsh.it/ofEX6mR

2 months ago

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Stage 1 Fire Restrictions are now in place for Park County due to extremely dry conditions. ... See MoreSee Less

ATTENTION! Stage I Fire Restrictions are in place. Fire Restrictions include: No fires or camp fires No permitted or non permitted open burning No smoking outside of a vehicle or outside of a 3' diameter area cleared of flammable material. No incendiary devices - any device that is ignited and emits flames sparks or explodes, such as flares or exploding targets. This fire restriction applies to Park County and private land. Contact your local fire department or the Park County Fire Warden, 222-4188. Contact state and local fire managers for restrictions at fishing access', and state and federal lands.

2 months ago

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We love our wild visitors in town! ... See MoreSee Less

Here she comes, walking down the street, hey hey for the elk eating the grass and leaves at the Absaroka Lodge.

2 months ago

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Happy National Watermelon Day! ... See MoreSee Less

We're so excited that today is #NationalWatermelonDay! How do you enjoy nature's JUICY fruit? Here's our TOP TEN: ow.ly/KBeG302T9Xv

2 months ago

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These lemon raspberry meltaways are the definition of summer. Get the recipe: dlsh.it/k6x2MZ4

2 months ago

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Electric Peak is a favorite and can been seen in all its glory from our store! ... See MoreSee Less

On this day in history in 1872, Electric Peak got its name when Hayden Expedition surveyors Peale, Gannett, and Brown approached the summit during an electrical storm. At 10,992 feet, the peak looms large over Yellowstone National Park's Northern Range. -From Thomas Turiano’s book, β€œSelect Peaks of Greater Yellowstone: A Mountaineering History and Guide” More from Outside Bozeman at www.outsidebozeman.com/activities/hiking-backpacking/grandest-gallatin. -NPS Photo

2 months ago

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Yellowstone National Park
Got Bear spray?
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What's it like to use bear spray? Three employees share their story about a surprise encounter with a grizzly in Yellowstone.

2 months ago

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The bison rut has started! ... See MoreSee Less

Love is in the air! Hundreds of bison are beginning to gather in the Lamar and Hayden Valleys for the annual bison rut. Although the rut is a fascinating time to observe bison displaying mating behavior, be sure to give them plenty of room (at least 25 yards). Bison are surprisingly agile and quick, capable of speeds of up to 30 mph.

2 months ago

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A very important message whether you are visiting or live in bear country. The Gardiner Market sells bear spray, along with other outdoor and camping items. ... See MoreSee Less

"A bear doesn't care how old you are." Carry bear spray and know how to use it! More bear safety tips (and really cool posters) at go.nps.gov/yellbearsafety.

2 months ago

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Bear storage containers are not only important in Yellowstone, but also in the surrounding gateway towns too. ... See MoreSee Less

One of the best ways to keep bears and humans safe in Yellowstone National Park is to prevent bears from obtaining and becoming conditioned to human foods. Bear-proof storage containers, known as bear boxes, are a proven method to help accomplish this goal. However, campsites around the park are still in need of nearly 1,000 bear boxes. You can have a real impact today by sponsoring a bear box! Your name, or your group's name, will be engraved on a 4" x 6" plate that is permanently affixed to a bear box placed in a Yellowstone campground. Plus, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you are playing a direct role in protecting Yellowstone's magnificent bears. Find out more at www.ypf.org/bearbox. -NPS Photo

2 months ago

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Great photos Yellowstone Insight! ... See MoreSee Less

One of the "Boys of Summer" is getting bigger each and every day down near the Canyon Corrals. I think he can be a contender! On tour with www.YellowstoneInsight.com #YellowstoneInsight #YellowstoneNationalPark

3 months ago

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