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. Read more >>
Some people suggest that the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park is the most scenic of the Yellowstone's five entrances. It's no wonder since Cody, WY - Buffalo Bill's old stomping grounds - is located just 50 miles to the east, as is the scenic Wapiti Valley with its panoramic views of the Absaroka Range.
If you stay near the North Entrance of Yellowstone Park (in beautiful Montana mountain communities stretching from Gardiner to Bozeman and Livingston), you'll have quick and easy access to the historic Roosevelt Arch and to the beautiful and aptly named - Paradise Valley in Montana which is parallel to the Yellowstone River and surrounded by huge mountain ranges.
The Northeast entrance of Yellowstone Park is near Red Lodge, Cooke City and Billings, MT, as well as Cody, WY, and is close to the spectacular Lamar Valley. It also gives you access to the Canyon Area - a 64-mile route that leads past the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone - as well as cliffs, views and more.
To get to the South Entrance of Yellowstone Park, you'll travel through the beautiful and scenic Grand Teton National Park - a 26-mile long national park known for its stunning Grand Teton Mountain Range. The Tetons, rising over 13,000 feet in the air, are visible throughout much of the Park. Towns leading to the south entrance include Jackson Hole, Dubois, Lander, Casper, Rock Springs, Rawlins and more.
Yellowstone Park lodging and hotels are plentiful near the West Entrance of Yellowstone. Hotels, motels, inns, guest ranches, dude ranches, cabins and lodges are in abundance in this area. Some of the towns that can be accessed through this entrance include Butte and Missoula, MT, West Yellowstone and Salt Lake City, UT. Read more >>