Canyon Lodge and Cabins
My family stayed in 4 Western cabins in the Canyon Lodge area. We were in P11-14 & it was the perfect balance of secluded and accessible. We saw people in the area and cars drove by every few minutes, but we only saw natural landscape when we looked out of our back window. Also- the beautiful Grand Canyon of Yellowstone was only an easy 30 minute walk from our cabins. I was VERY satisfied with my stay in this cabin. Next time I come to Yellowstone, I will definitely be going back to the Western cabins at Canyon Lodge!
Unique Quality: Fairly secluded location
GREAT water pressure in shower head
Close proximity to Yellowstone Grand Canyon
Directions: Canyon Junction, 1.5 hour drive from W. Yellowstone entrance.
Plain, but comfortable cabin
The cabin had twin beds, a wash basin, toilet and shower. Nothing fancy. Canyon Village has a cafeteria, which we found had good food at reasonable prices. There is also a dining room, which we did not use, and a comfortable cocktail lounge, which we did use. Besides relaxing in the lounge we met a lot of interesting guests who were also passing through. Canyon Village has a fairly decent location for touring Yellowstone. Old Faithful, though, is about an hour away. Make your reservation early, like several months before you plan to go.
Unique Quality: Canyon Village has an extraordinary visitor's center. It gives a full rundown on the volcanic and tectonic nature of the area. It is a must see.
Lodging In the Beautiful Canyon Area
I have not stayed in the Canyon Lodge and Cabins for years, but remember it as being pleasant and clean. New rooms, with a park theme, have been built since my stay in the area. There are two hotel style lodges, the first, Cascade was built in 1992, and is three stories tall, but has no elevator. The second lodge, Dunraven, which was built in 1998 has four floors and elevator access. Rooms usually have two double beds, and all have telephones.
There are three styles of cabins to choose from in Canyon. Each is a motel style with sets of modules, ranging from 4 to 8 units in each.
All hotel rooms and cabin rooms have private baths.
This is a wonderful central base accommodation for visiting anything on the east side of the park. It is important, however, to make your reservations well in advance of your planned stay in Yellowstone.
Unique Quality: These accommodations are close to the incredible Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, and its Upper and Lower Falls. The Main lodge building has a gift store, picnic/deli shop, a restaurant and cafeteria. Nearby corrals offer horseback rides.
Directions: Centrally located on the west side of the main park road, near the canyon.
Cabins at Canyon County
I was a little aprehensive at the prospect of staying in rustic cabins. But they are really not that rustic. They are reasonably priced, confortable, with adequate beds , excellent heating system, plenty of hot water in the private bathroom, and they are away from the crowds, so at night you can hear ansd see the local wildlife come right to your window. The walls are paper thing though. One might hear interesting conversations, and activities of you neighbors without really asking to.
Unique Quality: Quiet and reasonably priced accomodations.
- Indian Creek Campground
- Slough Creek Campground
- Norris Campground
- Dunraven Lodge
- Canyon Village Campground
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Canyon Lodge and Cabins
We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:
- Canyon Lodge Cabins
- Canyon Lodge Yellowstone
- Canyon Lodge And Cabins Hotel Yellowstone National Park
Address: North Rim Drive, Wyoming, 82190, United States
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