Yellowstone National Park proudly boasts many lodging opportunities to stay within or near the park. There are 9 hotels or lodges in the park area, equating to over 1999 beds per night. You chances of finding a room here may seem high, but with Yellowstone being the 4th most visited park in the National Park Service, that is rarely the case in the warmer months. So book early for the most lodging options.
Camping is always an option, and Yellowstone has 24% of its visitors spend at least one night camping here to soak in its beauty. There are 12 campgrounds in the park, and 2,188 individual campsites. These also fill up early so plan ahead.
Canyon Lodge and Cabins
Canyon Lodge and Cabins is a sprawling facility near the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. The accommodations include lodge rooms (located in two separate lodge buildings) and multiplex cabin-style units. The balance of the lodging is made up of multi-plex Western and Frontier Cabins. The cabins, built in the 1950’s and 60’s are arranged in loops. All hotel and cabin rooms have private baths.
The lodging complex includes 6 two-story buildings each containing 50 rooms. All rooms have private bath. Located 20 miles from Old Faithful.
Lake Lodge Cabins
Lake Lodge is an inviting location that reflects the natural setting around it, where cozy cabins and cafeteria style dining provide a family-friendly atmosphere. The main lodge houses a delightful lobby where two fireplaces, a lounge and gift store warmly beckon guests to linger and chat. Cabins with private baths are grouped nearby.
Lake Yellowstone Hotel and Cabins
Set on the edge of Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone Lake Hotel reflects the casual elegance of the 1920’s in both grandeur and simplicity. Acomodation ranges from more economical frontier cabins, to elaborate suites.
Mammoth Hot Spring Hotel and Cabins
Named after the steaming limestone terraces behind the Lodge, Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel offers a warm welcome to summer and winter visitors. Elk routinely graze outside the hotel around the parade grounds of what was once Fort Yellowstone.
Old Faithful Inn
As a National Historic Landmark, Old Faithful Inn is the most requested accommodation in the Park. The rustic-style lodge, with log and wood shingle exterior is located adjacent to the world famous Old Faithful Geyser. The original part of the Inn, known as the “Old House” was completed in 1904 and includes an immense lobby with a huge stone fireplace.
Old Faithful Lodge Cabins
Built in the 1920’s near Old Faithful, the Lodge has beautifully preserved the the old wood and stone fireplace. Tremendous views of the Old Faithful Geyser can be seen from the bakery and cafeteria-style food court.
Old Faithful Snow lodge and Cabins
Completed in 1999, the Snow Lodge is the newest of the park’s full service hotels, and has been recognized with the Cody Award for Western Design and Travel and Leisure’s Inn of the Month. Decorated in artful log and heavy timber columns, Old Faithful Snow Lodge is surely Yellowstone’s most artful accommodation.
Roosevelt Lodge and Cabins
Named for Yellowstone enthusiast Theodore Roosevelt who routinely visited the park, this rustic log lodge and cabin facility was built in an area of the park that was a favorite of Theodore Roosevelt. Near stables and corrals where visitors can organize horse-riding lessons and partake in the popular ‘Old-West Cookout.’