Elephant Head Lodge near Yellowstone’s East Entrance
Stay in a historic log cabin sitting along a national forest.
President Theodore Roosevelt called the 50-mile stretch of Wyoming between Cody and Yellowstone National Park’s East Entrance the “50 most beautiful miles in America.” If he visited today, he may add that it’s one of the most uncrowded experiences you can have so close to the park. Dotted with historic lodges like Elephant Head Lodge, which was opened by Buffalo Bill Cody’s niece in the 1920s (while modernized over time it still retains its original charm), you’re guaranteed an authentic experience.
Less than 12 miles from Yellowstone’s East Entrance, Elephant Head Lodge’s small log-cabin mountain resort sits at the edge of Shoshone National Forest. The lodge and most of the cabins are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The restaurant dining room offers breakfast and dinner off the menu, the option of a sack lunch for the day ahead, as well as excellent homemade soups, breads, and desserts.
For more information:
1170 N Fork Hwy, Cody, WY 82414