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.

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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins

Mammoth offers a chance to see elk grazing around the travertine Terraces as the hotel sits alongside the impressive stone buildings which were once Fort Yellowstone. Winter at Mammoth Hotel and Cabins

Old Faithful Snow Lodge and Cabins 

As the name indicates, winter finds the Snow Lodge in its element, while summer visitors enjoy its laid-back pace and proximity to the world-famous geyser basin. More about the Snow Lodge. Winter at the Snow Lodge and Cabins

Old Faithful Inn

Old Faithful Inn is one of the largest log structures in the world featuring an 80-foot tall lobby, huge rough stone fireplace, and railings made of spectacular twisted gnarled logs. More about Old Faithful Inn

Old Faithful Lodge

From the Old Faithful Lodge, enjoy your lunch or a fresh baked treat while witnessing the spectacle that is the Old Faithful Geyser.

Lake Yellowstone Hotel and Cabins

Upon arrival, the Lake Yellowstone Hotel’s massive white columns welcome you to a time of classic, yet casual elegance. More about the Lake Hotel

Lake Yellowstone Lodge

From here, time is captured in the shimmering reflections of lakeside mountains. Lake Lodge has inviting cozy cabins and cafeteria-style dining that create a family-friendly atmosphere.

Grant Village

Located along Yellowstone Lake and just a few miles from West Thumb Geyser Basin, Grant Village provides convenient access to both Yellowstone and the Grand Teton’s.

Canyon Lodge

If “location” is everything, Canyon is a great central home base for your park explorations offering a mix of cabins and newer lodge rooms.

Roosevelt Lodge

From the front porch, you can rock your stress to sleep and awaken your old west spirit. The western hospitality is complemented by rustic cabin-style lodging and dining.

Interior of the Occidental Hotel. Photo by Jeff Vanuga

5 Best Historic Wyoming Hotels near Yellowstone

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Old Faithful Snow Lodge. Photo by Ed Will, Flickr

Are Yellowstone Hotels & Campgrounds Open in Winter?

Many of Yellowstone’s hotels and cabins, including the famous Old Faithful Inn, are only open during the summer season. However, there are a couple of options for lodging during the winter inside the park. Read More...


Campground Fees May Increase

Officials from Yellowstone National Park have proposed a 30 percent boost in camping fees for front-country campgrounds. If it passes, the increase is scheduled to go into effect on May 1, 2013. Read More...

Camping Tent beside Bison

Camping Inside Yellowstone National Park

All about Yellowstone campgrounds, reservations, camping rules, campgrounds for bicyclists and hikers, and group camping in the National Park. Read More...


Historic Old Faithful Inn Presence in Early Days

At one time Yellowstone travelers came in horse-drawn buggies or stagecoaches dressed in clothes of the early 1900s. Old Faithful Inn’s awe-inspiring size still dazzles present day travelers. Read More...

The front porch of Yellowstone's Roosevelt Lodge

How far in advance do I need to book hotels and campgrounds?

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Old Faithful Snow Lodge

Old Faithful Snow Lodge and Cabins

Despite its name, the Old Faithful Snow Lodge and Cabins is open both in winter and in summer. Winter finds the Snow Lodge in its element, although access is limited to snowcoaches and snowmobiles. Summer visitors enjoy its laid-back pace and proximity to the world-famous geyser basin. Read More...


Yellowstone’s Lake Hotel

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