Roosevelt Lodge Cabins in Yellowstone

From the front porch, you can rock your stress to sleep and awaken your old West spirit. Enjoy rustic cabin-style lodging and dining.
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The front porch of Yellowstone's Roosevelt Lodge.

The front porch of Yellowstone's Roosevelt Lodge

The Roosevelt Lodge Cabins are located in the Tower-Roosevelt area of Yellowstone National Park, which is in the northern central area of the park. The closest entrance is the North Entrance where Gardiner, Mont., and Mammoth Hot Springs are located. It's also really close the Lamar Valley, one of Yellowstone's best wildlife watching areas.

At Roosevelt Lodge Cabins, you can sleep in two types of cabins and then stroll to Roosevelt Lodge for a sit-down meal in one of the most charming and intimate restaurants in the park. Just to be clear, the lodge itself is a restaurant, not a hotel.

From the front porch of Roosevelt Lodge, you can have a drink and sit on a rocking chair while you wait for a table to be ready. Watching the light change on the rolling hills in front of you any time of day is awe-inspiring.

Cabins at the Roosevelt Lodge. Photo by NPS David Restivo

Cabins at the Roosevelt Lodge. 

For lodging, there are two types of cabin to choose from.The Frontier Cabins have two double beds and are equipped with a shower, toilet and sink. There are no TVs, radios or air conditioning in them, but the fresh night air will cool you down enough to want a blanket on top of you.

The second type of cabin available is the Roughrider Cabins, which are more spartan. Each comes with one or two double beds and a wood-burning stove to keep you warm. There are no bathrooms in these cabins, but you can use a communal shower and bathroom facility nearby. There are no TVs, radios or air conditioning units in here.

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