Working together during the COVID-19 Pandemic:

Jardine Retreat is a remote getaway, perfect for social distancing. Due to our remoteness, we have very limited medical facilities. We ask that if you do visit us, to please respect our local community and do what you can do to stop the spread of COVID-19. More and more people are getting vaccinated, but there are still a lot of people without vaccines traveling through or living in this area. Please continue to respect other people, and do your part to help slow the spread - the pandemic is not over yet.

As the situation evolves, we will be updating this page frequently. Please see below for current information.

Last updated on April 6, 2021.

Here are a few things you can do to keep our small community safe during your visit:​

  • Masks are currently required in public places in Park County. Although the state wide mask mandate was rescinded on February 12, Park County (the county in which Jardine is located) still requires masks in public places.

  • Our local grocery store, the Gardiner Market has a great selection of groceries and goods, masks are required while inside the store, no exceptions, and they would like you to try and stay six feet away from other shoppers. The Jardine Retreat Cottage has a full kitchen for you to cook your meals in.

  • Order meals from restaurants as take out, and then enjoy them at the Jardine Retreat Cottage.

  • Wear a face mask when you are within six feet of other people in Gardiner and Yellowstone. 

  • Wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer. We recommend that you wash your hands as soon as you return to Jardine Retreat, after spending a day out exploring Yellowstone and the surrounding areas. 


What are we doing to help keep you safe?​