Roosevelt Lodge Cabins
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Yellowstone National Park
... Lake. Fires are common in the park and are allowed to burn as long as there is no danger to buildings, visitors and employees. There is evidence of past forest fires almost everywhere you look. In fact, fire is essential to the park's survival. It's the only way the forest can regenerate itself. When the lodgepole pine trees burn the heat melts the resin on the pine cones and releases the seeds. That of course allows for new ...
... But not much to look at. I've come to learn either a campground has amenities, or beautiful views but usually not both. We finally stopped at a very isolated National Forest campground about 20 miles north of Gardiner along the Galatin River. It costs $7 a night to camp. It did have a pit toilet, but not much else, not even a trash can, we had to haul out our own garbage. I'm going to be out on the look out for a campground that has ...
Got up early and went to look for wildlife and find a campsite for the evening. We decided to head over to the Lamar Valley and see if we could find any of the wolves over there. There is still construction going on as you head down from Dunraven Pass and over Mount Washburn to the Tower Junction. There was construction going on last year when we were here and this time they have the road closed from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00a.m daily which ...
We left you hanging at Buffalo, Wyoming where we were psyched out by the knife edge like mountains that sat looming above Buffalo. Reminding us that we had to tackle them every time we stepped out of the motel 6. So we were relieved to finally get it over with and face them. We left with a confident step and we were soon driving through big horn Forrest to our overnight stopover at Yellowstone Valley Inn just outside Cody . We were ...
... will pass us one more time. Unfortunately it's fed up with us, crossed the road and headed into the mountains. Too bad.
While still en route to the caracas we hear on the walkies a wolf is spotted nearby. The day started out so awesome, could we get that lucky? We are! It shows up, followed by 3 coyotes, taunting it. There is some speculation about a coyote den nearby as this is the 2nd day in a row that happens. We stick around for more than an hour. They all ...
How has this campground rated in the past?
More great choices in Yellowstone National Park
Search for more deals in Yellowstone National Park
TravelPod Member ReviewsRoosevelt Lodge Cabins Yellowstone National Park
We drove up to the Roosevelt Lodge and had lunch there. The Lodge was named Roosevelt because President Teddy Roosevelt visited there. It is in a more remote area where people ride horses and do more fishing and outdoor stuff. The Lodge is pretty old and is made of logs. I liked it.
I had a philly cheese steak type sandwich and Roosevelt beans. This was the best meal I had in the Park. Mom got the recipe for the beans and said she would make it for the next family party.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.