As you drive on the John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Memorial Parkway toward Yellowstone National Park, you’ll find the Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch. It’s just two miles from Yellowstone’s South Entrance, giving you great access to the world’s first national park. With no Wi-Fi or cell phone service and plentiful activities like horseback riding, hiking, fishing and engaging interpretive programs, the lodge is a wonderful place to truly disconnect from the world and reconnect with whomever you are traveling.
Sheffields Restaurant & Saloon
No need to cook or drive anywhere for a meal when you have Sheffields Restaurant & Saloon serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’s located in a casual log-cabin style room and is open June through early October. No reservations are accepted, so if you don’t get there before the other diners, sit down at the bar and enjoy a local brew or a Caldera Margarita, a spicy strawberry margarita that’s a house specialty. At dinner, order the most popular dish on the menu—the bison and elk meatloaf.
Enjoy on-site activities, such as horseback riding, hiking and fly-fishing on the Snake River. Join the lodge’s interpretive specialist for guided hikes and engaging programs on park wildlife, geology and more. A fun excursion is to Huckleberry Hot Springs. Find the weekly schedule by the main lodge fireplace. And in nearby Grand Teton National Park, you can do scenic rafting outings, lake cruises and park tours.
Walk to hiking trails and the beautiful Snake River from your cabin, and feel good about being a steward of the environment. If you participate in the lodge’s Sustainable Stay Program, you’ll receive a $5 discount per night of your stay for passing up daily room cleaning service (minimum of a two-night stay required). In addition, the lodge will donate $1 per night of your stay to a foundation preserving the nearby national parks.
Fall asleep to the sounds of the Snake River at the campground that has tent and RV sites, along with “Camper Cabins.” The campground is equipped with showers and laundry facilities. Make advanced reservations for the RV sites and “Camper Cabins.” Please call 800-443-2311 for reservations or go to gtlc.com for the 2021 season. Reservations for the 2022 season will be available on Recreation.gov for the 2022 season beginning November 2021.
In support of the President’s Executive Order on Protecting the Federal Workforce and Requiring Mask-Wearing, all individuals are required to wear a mask or other acceptable face covering when inside, in line, gathered for services at our public facilities, interacting with employees, or outdoors on NPS-administered lands when social distancing is not possible. The mask must fully cover both the mouth and nose.
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