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Great place to stay while visiting Yellowstone and vicinity. We spent a night here after backpacking in Yellowstone. The room was large, clean, and everything was in great shape. The back patio with rocking chairs was a perfect place to relax with a glass of...More
Our family rented 3 cabins and a full hook up site for our family reunion (party of 16). One of the cabins had a foul odor and the staff graciously moved us to different one still keeping us relatively together. The grounds staff were also...More
When we arrived we were greeted by a surly front desk staff and a smelly room. Thank goodness we met an amazing person from management, Kaci, who fixed our room and helped us find vegetarian eating options. The room was clean and comfortable and they...More
We have spent total of 4 nights at the Headwaters Campground, which is conveniently located between Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Close drive to both parks, about hour to Jackson. The campground is huge but clean. No wifi. Bathrooms are clean and with electricity plugs. Check...More
The camper cabin we stayed in was cute and more space than I expected but disappointed to find hairs and a fingernail clipping on the mattress of the bunk. Very close to neighboring cabins. Free showers included but showers/bathrooms could use some repairs and learned...More
US$79 - US$335 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I think some of them do have grills. Make sure you bring several citronella candles and a lot of bug spray. In addition, nothing is allowed to be left unaccompanied outside except chairs and firewood. We lit a citronella... More
I think some of them do have grills. Make sure you bring several citronella candles and a lot of bug spray. In addition, nothing is allowed to be left unaccompanied outside except chairs and firewood. We lit a citronella candle and left it on the porch while using the toilet. When we returned, it was out and we had a note from golf cart guys. We learned the Rangers can fine you for it.
We had a camper, so coffee was in house. They have a camp store that has a coffee set up like 7-11. We drove to Coulter Bay to swim, but there is a river right down the way, but may not be safe. Boiling River is 140 degrees... More
We had a camper, so coffee was in house. They have a camp store that has a coffee set up like 7-11. We drove to Coulter Bay to swim, but there is a river right down the way, but may not be safe. Boiling River is 140 degrees coming out of Yellowstone, so use extreme caution. Granite Springs, built by the CCC, is a happy 97 degrees in summer and a quick drive. Since we cooked in our camper, I'm at a loss to tell you about how families were handling that, except to say that they have a lovely restaurant and very well stocked store.
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"cabins look super small and from pics have not much in them. The lodge has nice rooms."