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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.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Roosevelt Lodge Cabins Yellowstone National Park
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