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The Canyon lodge and cabins are made up four lodges and cabins. The lodge is very close to the lower and upper falls loop. We stayed in Moran lodge. The check-in area for Moran lodge is in Washburn. We went back to Washburn for wi-fi....More
Very nice facilities for inside the park. The section we were in was newly built last year. Everything very clean and neat and even has a mini-fridge. This is high-class for inside the park facilities. A shuttle runs about every 15 minutes to bring you...More
Arrived in early October, end of season. Room fine, large and clean. We booked a one queen for $163. Quiet at night, beds good. Shuttle provided access to village for supper but disappointed in the choices once there. Friendly staff at both locations.
We already knew what to expect after booking the room from the Yellowstone National Parks website. No TV? Fine. No internet? Fine. Actually, the amount of information provided on the National Parks website was great. What telco had the best coverage, which one had the...More
I say think twice because you need to know what you're paying for. At about $300 per night ( 2 queens) you get: 2 queens, a toilet, and a refrigerator. No cable, no internet, and probably no cell phone service. They advertise you can purchase...More
Response from AustinWhitewater | Reviewed this property |
Don't know if you are serious of not, but there are way too many human traffic in the Canyon Lodge area for bears and cougars to even come around. Count yourself lucky if you even see one at all anywhere in the park.
We thought it was a beautiful walk through the trees. Depending on what time of year you are going, parking at the canyon can be a problem, so walking from the cabins is a good idea. If you want to go to the areas on the... More
We thought it was a beautiful walk through the trees. Depending on what time of year you are going, parking at the canyon can be a problem, so walking from the cabins is a good idea. If you want to go to the areas on the other side of the canyon, you will need to drive.