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There are a variety of places to stay at Yellowstone National Park so you can find the lodging options that you and your family will love.

Depending on when you plan to take your Yellowstone vacation, this national park has different seasonal campgrounds and lodges for guests to enjoy. 

Use the list below to determine which fantastic Yellowstone accommodation will be the perfect addition to your vacation.

WHERE TO STAY IN YELLOWSTONE

Whether you enjoy connecting with nature by camping or want to stay indoors at delightful summer or winter lodges, there are no shortage of Yellowstone Park lodging options that you and your family will love.

The park has a variety of different seasonal lodging options for guests to enjoy.

All of the lodges below are open throughout the summer, but only the Old Faithful Snow Lodge & Cabins and Mammoth Hot Springs & Cabins are open throughout the winter.

Always check the NPS website for the most current lodging and camping information and rates.

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Yellowstone Park Lodges & Cabins

Yellowstone National Park Lodges – reservations

Lake Yellowstone Hotel and Cabins

The timeless elegance and Colonial Revival style of this hotel’s majestic decor welcomes you as take in some of the stunning views of Yellowstone Lake from the Hotel’s Sun Room. In addition to the ultra-modern guest rooms and cabins here, guests can also utilize the hotel’s delightful dining room, bar, deli, and fully equipped business center.

Canyon Lodge and Cabins

This massive facility is located on the east side of the park, near the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River, and has 500 different rooms and cabins for guests to choose from. Inside the hotel’s main public building, guests will also find a variety of different high-quality, gift shops and restaurants.

Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins

Located near the iconic, Mammoth Hot Springs, this hotel was initially constructed in 1936 and has retained much of it’s past, vintage charm, with exquisite details like a large wooden map of the United States, that was constructed using of 15 different types of wood. Today, guests can relax inside the hotel’s full bar and enjoy live piano music from a local musician. Hotel patrons can even marvel at elk as they graze on the lawn of the hotel.

Old Faithful Snow Lodge & Cabins

This modern, full-service hotel features chic, timber construction and a fabulous, cedar shingle roof, both of which prove that national park accomodations can be luxurious too. Also within the hotel are a full-service dining room, a quick service “Geyser Grill” and a charming little gift shop.

Old Faithful Inn

Built between 1903 and 1904, using local logs and stone, this timeless lodge is not just a national historic landmark, but it’s also the largest log structure in the world. While staying here, guests can choose between 327 rooms and enjoy a multitiude of ammentieis that include live music, a full-service restaurant, lounge, snack bar, gift shop, and daily tours. 

Grant Village

Named after former president Ulysses S. Grant, this Yellowstone accommodation is located near the West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake and features six, two-story buildings that each house 50 rooms but sadly, no elevators. Also on-site are a full-service restaurant, a lakeside restaurant, a lounge, and a gift shop.

 

Lake Lodge Cabins

This enchanting hotel has an enormous main lodge, with an adjoining porch that gives guests exquisite views of nearby, Yellowstone Lake. Surrounding the main lodge are 186 private cabins with either Western and Frontier style interiors.

Old Faithful Lodge Cabins

This historic cabin facility is located near Old Faithful Inn and includes a one-story main lodge, as well as an assortment of on-site cabins that provide visitors with spectaculiar views of Old Faithful. Inside the lobby, guests can enjoy a bakery/snack shop, as well as a cafeteria-style food court.

Roosevelt Lodge and Cabins

Built in 1920, this historic lodge sits near Tower Falls and has a multitude of rustic cabins that help reawaken the spirit of the old west. Add in some family-style dining, trail rides, stagecoach adventures, and an Old West Dinner Cookout, and you have a truly, one in a lifetime experience that everyone, from families to grizzled old hunters, will love.

Yellowstone Campgrounds

Make reservations for the following campgrounds HERE:

  • Bridge Bay
  • Canyon
  • Fishing Bridge RV Park
  • Grant Village
  • Madison

Make reservations for the following campgrounds HERE:

  • Mammoth
  • Norris
  • Slough Creek
  • Pebble Creek
  • Tower Fall
  • Indian Creek
  • Lewis Lake

There are also backcountry campsites – find out more!

Madison Campground

With 270 Tent, RV, ADA, and combination RV/tent campsites, this Yellowstone campground is perfect for anyone who enjoys fishing or who wants a campsite that is within close proximity of Old Faithful, as well as the Upper, Midway, and Lower Geyser Basins.

Canyon Campground

Located within a mile of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, this campground is one of the most popular in all of Yellowstone, given its central location and scenic views. This site also has 270 Tent, RV, ADA, and combination RV/tent sites that provide guests with easy access to popular hiking trails, like Uncle Tom’s Trail.

Bridge Bay Campground

The scenic, wooded area is home to 400 Tent, RV, ADA, and combination RV/tent campsites. Because of the campground’s close proximity to Bridge Bay Marina, this site is particularly popular with both fishing and boating enthusiasts.

Grant Village Campground

With Tent, RV, ADA, and combination RV/tent sites, Grant Village Campground is the perfect place to relax amidst scenic views of the southwest shore of Yellowstone Lake. Nestled within a charming lodegpole pine forest, this campground allows you to escape the crowds, but all while staying within close proximity of West Thumb Geyser Basin and various other park services. 

Fishing Bridge RV Park

Located near the mouth of the Yellowstone River and surrounded by a majestic pine forest, this campground has 340 sites that are specifically designed for hard-sided, recreational vehicles only. All sites here can accommodate double-wide trailers, have all necessary trailer hook ups, and can hold vehicles that are up to 40 feet in length. 

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