Yellowstone Park Wildlife Guide

Where To Stay in Yellowstone

Where should I stay on my Yellowstone National Park vacation? That is one of the most frequent questions we receive at MyYellowstonePark.com and the answer is there is an abundance of lodging both inside the park and throughout the Yellowstone Valley. The park is a hotbed of campgrounds — for both tent and rv camping — and the campground amenities range from showers and electricity to hidden backcountry spots with only the stars to keep you company. If you’re a family vacationing at Yellowstone Park you can choose from historical lodges with modern conveniences to rustic cabins with clean towels and quiet nights. Outside of the park, in nearby Casper and Jackson, Wyoming, you can find popular chain hotels and independent resorts and bed and breakfasts. Whatever you are looking for on your Yellowstone vacation we have the lodging details — just choose one of the categories below and start packing!

Bed & Breakfast Near Yellowstone

A Yellowstone vacation is a memorable experience. Make it even more special by splurging for a night or more at one of the area’s bed and breakfasts. Read More...

Camping

Camping is a great way to experience Yellowstone. The park offers campgrounds with hot showers and flushing toilets and also backcountry spots where you won't see another person for, possibly, days. Camping and RVing is also available in scenic locations throughout the region, including hot springs in Thermopolis and crowd-free settings in quiet Idaho. Read More...

Lodging & Camping by State

On your way to Yellowstone Park, we show you the best hotels, resorts, guest ranches, and campgrounds. Which road trip to Yellowstone are you taking? Find places to stay in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Colorado, and South Dakota here. Read More...

Lodging & Camping Inside Yellowstone Park

Yellowstone offers a number of lodging options within the park. If camping or RVs are not your style, check out the other accommodations provided by Xanterra Parks & Resorts, including the Old Faithful Inn. Read More...

Near Yellowstone's East Entrance

Some people suggest that the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park is the most scenic of the Yellowstone's five entrances. It's no wonder since Cody, WY — Buffalo Bill's old stomping grounds — is located just 50 miles to the east, as is the scenic Wapiti Valley with its panoramic views of the Absaroka Range. Read More...

Near Yellowstone's North Entrance

If you stay near the North Entrance of Yellowstone Park (in beautiful Montana mountain communities stretching from Gardiner to Bozeman and Livingston), you'll have quick and easy access to the historic Roosevelt Arch and to the beautiful and aptly named - Paradise Valley in Montana which is parallel to the Yellowstone River and surrounded by huge mountain ranges. Read More...

Near Yellowstone's Northeast Entrance

The Northeast entrance of Yellowstone Park is near Red Lodge, Cooke City and Billings, MT, as well as Cody, WY, and is close to the spectacular Lamar Valley. It also gives you access to the Canyon Area - a 64-mile route that leads past the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone - as well as cliffs, views and more. Read More...

Near Yellowstone's South Entrance

To get to the South Entrance of Yellowstone Park, you’ll travel through the beautiful and scenic Grand Teton National Park — a 26-mile long national park known for its stunning Grand Teton Mountain Range. Towns leading to the south entrance include Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Read More...

Near Yellowstone's West Entrance

Yellowstone Park lodging and hotels are plentiful near the West Entrance of Yellowstone. Hotels, motels, inns, guest ranches, dude ranches, cabins and lodges are in abundance in this area. Some of the towns that can be accessed through this entrance include Butte and Missoula, MT, West Yellowstone and Salt Lake City, UT. Read More...

RV Parks

It is recommended that recreational vehicles over 30' make reservations at one of the Yellowstone RV Parks since there are a limited number of campsites over 30'. Large RV sites are located at Flag Ranch, Fishing Bridge RV Park and West Yellowstone RV Park. Read More...

Yellowstone Guest Ranches & Cabins

A Yellowstone vacation is a memorable experience. Make it even more special by splurging for a night or more at one of the area’s guest ranches or cabins. Read More...

Yellowstone Hotels

Find the perfect Yellowstone hotel for your Yellowstone vacation.Yellowstone National Park is home to historic hotels like Old Faithful Inn, Occidental Hotel, and Historic Irma Hotel. Or stay in a full-service resort or hotel near the park. Read More...

Yellowstone Resorts & Spas

A Yellowstone vacation is a memorable experience. Make it even more special by splurging for a night or more at one of the area’s fine resorts. Read More...

Top Ten Things to do in Yellowstone

1. Take a Hike

To explore Yellowstone’s wild side, get off the beaten path and onto the park’s 1,300-mile trail system. Read More...

2. Watch Geysers Erupt

Yellowstone is the largest active geyser field in the world. Read More...

3. Go Rafting

Looking for an escape from the summer heat? Can’t beat a whitewater rafting adventure! Read More...

4. Experience the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is breathtaking! Read More...

5. Attend a Powwow

Powwows serve to preserve the rich heritage of Native American culture and allow tribal members to participate in traditional rituals. Read More...

6. Ride a Horse

No other activity fulfills the Western dream for families visiting this region like a horseback ride. Read More...

7. Go Camping

One of the best ways to experience the Yellowstone region is by spending a night or more under the stars. Read More...

8. Catch a Fish

Fishing in Yellowstone is an experience that compares with few other places on earth. Read More...

9. Watch a Rodeo

Every town in Yellowstone country has a rodeo. Try Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cody Nite Rodeo, Rock Springs’ Red Desert Rodeo or Lander’s Pioneer Days Rodeo. Read More...

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