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This was the only place we stayed more than one night during a 9-day road trip to 3 national parks. My 21yo son and I stayed at Moose Creek for two nights while visiting Yellowstone. The inn is in easy walking distance (a few blocks)...More
We stayed in the Bear Cabin and we loved it. The beds were very comfortable. The kitchenette was perfect for breakfast and late night snacks. The proprietors were friendly and welcoming. We enjoyed our morning coffee and muffins. We would definitely stay there again. We...More
We stayed in the Bison cabin at Moose Creek, and it was a most enjoyable experience. Beds were comfortable, we were far enough off the road that it was quiet, the cozy two-room cabin had a cute kitchen, TV, sitting area. Proprietors were very nice...More
We stayed at the inn for 5 nights and it was a pleasant stay. The front desk staff was very friendly and helpful. I was pleasantly surprised that they offer coffee and muffins each morning, this saved us a lot of money on breakfast. The...More
My hustband and I stayed in the Wolf Room at Moose Creek Cabins. What a delightful room! So charming we took pictures! Our stay there, for two nights, didn't just provide a place to sleep, it actually added to the whole experience of our national...More
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We had a small cabin that would sleep 4 (two queen beds). One was in the living area and another in the bedroom. I believe they did have one or two larger cabins that were more for families with larger living spaces and... More
We had a small cabin that would sleep 4 (two queen beds). One was in the living area and another in the bedroom. I believe they did have one or two larger cabins that were more for families with larger living spaces and two bedrooms.