Inside Yellowstone, you can choose to stay in modern or historic hotels and cabins inside the park like the Old Faithful Inn, the world’s largest log structure. For those who want to be a little closer to nature, there are 12 campgrounds with a range of services from primitive pit toilets to shower and laundry facilities. There’ s also RV camping with and without dumping stations.
Staying outside the park gives you unique Old West experiences but still keeps you close to park attractions.
If you’re taking a road trip to Yellowstone, you’ll want to check out our Hotels and Cabins On The Road section.
There are 12 campgrounds in Yellowstone. All campgrounds welcome RVs. You can also camp in the backcountry with a permit. Also see camping on the way.
Hotels, cabins, guest ranches, and lodges inside the park and nearby at gateway towns such as Cody, Jackson Hole, W Yellowstone, Cooke City, and Gardiner.
Local restaurants in and around Yellowstone and Grand Teton are plentiful. Here are our favorites.