Canyon Lodge and Cabins

1 Grand Loop Rd, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 82190, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Yellowstone National Park

Magnificent Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by thesimsons

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Saturday

We left Idaho Falls after breakfast and headed to West Yellowstone, Mum said according to the GPS we were using that the town didn't exist but Mum was trying to find it in Idaho and West Yellowstone is JUST across the border into Montana!

On the way we were passed by many people on big Harley Davidson motorbikes, Callum …

Yellowstone!

A travel blog entry by angelslame

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One of the compromises we made in order to get everything done we needed to do Sunday, was to postpone going to church until Monday morning at 8:00 am. We all got up for church and got to Our Lady of the Mountains on time. The church was beautiful, newer and built in what we assume is the town approved style with cedar, wood and stone. The service …

Yellowstone, Day 2

A travel blog entry by tullyonelap

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Today we went north, attended a Ranger Wildlife Talk, and then went up to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, hiked around and saw some of the falls there, then up to Tower falls, and hiked the mile or so trail to one of the views of those falls. On the way we were going through Hayden Valley, where we saw lots of bison and possibly some other …

Our Second Day at Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by bushaw

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This morning we had breakfast in our room (using the groceries we bought last night) and then packed up for moving on. As mentioned in yesterday's entry, we decided to spend most of the day (at least until early afternoon) exploring the nearby canyon area and then head down "next door" to Grand Teton National Park.

Before leaving Canyon …

Load 'em up, Move 'em Out

A travel blog entry by laurelmc

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We started the morning off slowly. The cafeteria did not serve breakfast, so we went back to the Geyser Grill which had a weak breakfast. After stopping at the General store for more shopping, Barbara and I walked down the geyser path part of the way, stopping to look at the beautiful Castle geyser. We turned around as we were hot and tired. We …

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This lodge, located on 1 Grand Loop Rd, Yellowstone National Park, is near Osprey Falls Trail and Beaver Ponds Loop Trail.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCanyon Lodge and Cabins Yellowstone National Park

    Reviewed by tullyonelap

    Loved the cabins

    Reviewed Jul 13, 2013
    by (6 reviews) Northern Virginia , United States Flag of United States

    We liked everything about the cabin. Enough room for our family of four with a nice table to play cards or eat breakfast together. Liked the Keurig coffee maker and the eco-friendly recycle bins and amenities.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by fransando

    Excellent Cabins

    Reviewed Sep 23, 2012
    by (8 reviews) Frankford Township , United States Flag of United States

    What a great place to stay in the park. Lodge is well maintained, good food at the restaurant. Easy access to entire park.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by merete_toft

    Cabins

    Reviewed Jul 4, 1978
    by (6 reviews) Kaas , Denmark Flag of Denmark

    Expensive cabins for notning. No fridge, tv, breakfeast, or aircondition. To hot in the Day and Way to cold in the Night!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Canyon Lodge and Cabins Yellowstone National Park

    Great price for Peak Season-Just Basic-Buffalo Nearby

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    We stayed at the Peak season. Reservations warned me..Old, Shower no tub. It was fine. It was the best thing avaliable. We were pleased at the central location. Buffalo and dear were near our cabin every morning. Don't expect a cabin...its a hotel room in sets of quads. We were gone sightseeing most all of the days. We were not at the cabin alot.

    Cabin fine, front desk staff rude

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    We stayed in the cabins last August 2-5 and it has taken some time to get past the anger and reflect on the trip as a whole. Our family of 4 had an awesome experience driving from the NYC area to Wyoming and back over 3 weeks last summer. Yellowstone was our favorite stop.

    Like rusticness of cabins

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    We loved the rusticness of Canyon Lodge. It is so very quiet, and very peaceful. Basically we liked the area very much.

    However, the cabins need upgrading. The carpet should really be replaced and a little more imagination would be nice with the furniture. It is very old and needs updating as well. For $87. a night, it should be a tad nicer. The bathroom looks like something from the 1920's. If you like a nice bathroom, don't stay here. It is very basic with no amenities whatsoever. No phone, etc. Nothing. Just a old desk (battered and scarred), two single beds, and one night stand. The closet is basically a tall wooden box with open front.

    Mind you, this is just my opinion.

    buyer beware!

    Stay at the newer lodge rooms!

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    I've stayed at the Canyon cottages before and they were awful - really dark and small, old and depressing. However, there are 2 newer lodges that are part of Canyon and they are like hotel rooms -wonderful! Clean, nice, brand new - highly recommended! The 2 newer (built in the late 90s) buildings are built like a hotel with elevators and a lobby-like entrance (no outside entrances). Looks like the best place to stay in yellowstone and I've seen most of the hotels there.

    Shoddy but clean, convenient, & cheap

    from

    Spent 3 nights in Yellowstone, each at a different lodging. At Canyon we were in the older cabins, a cross between abandon military housing & bad student housing. But it was clean, and cheap (compared to the lodge or hotels), and it had a bathroom.

    Our room only had 2 twin beds (I reserved late), so one kid slept on a sleeping bag on the floor.

    Highly recommend the lunch counter at the General Store (instead of the cafeteria).

    Brand new cabin, very enjoyable.

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    This was our first time in the park and we were very pleased. We had a new cabin and it was very clean and comfortable. It was away from the huge crowd at Old Faithful Inn and a short hike-drive to the Upper and Lower Falls. Every staff member we encountered were very friendly and helpful. The park itself is beautiful and we saw many animals including a grizzly bear, and a brown bear with her cubs.

    I would stay at the cabins again.

    Spectacular place to be !!

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    We stayed at Canyon Lodge in August, the cabin was a good choice. Had peace and quite and the scenery, with the fresh air and wind whistling through the pines, were fabulous. There were plenty to see and beautiful shops to explore. They also have great food and nice pleasant employees working there. We will be back .

    Great Vacation

    from

    Visited Yellowstone National Park, July 24-28, 2003. Stayed in Canyon Lodge cabins. We had a wonderful time, the cabin was very adequate, Canyon Lodge stores were great! We had visited Yellowstone four years ago and camped in southern area of the park and enjoyed that equally as well. It's a wonderful place to visit and we will be going back in the future.

    Stay in the cabins at Canyon

    from

    The cabins at Canyon are great. My wife said they are very clean. I

    probably wouldn't notice. What I noticed is that they are very quiet

    (nobody walking on your ceiling) and comfortable. It does get cold at

    night so just remember to close the window! No crowds, like Old

    Faithful, no smelly bus tours, lots of trees, and many trails nearby.

    Great, but stay at the Lodge, Not a cabin!

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    We stayed here this past week (June 4-5, '03). It is probably the best place in the park to stay for a number of reasons. First, it is centrally located - right in the middle of the park, great jumping off point. Second, it is not near a main attraction so it is not an overcrowded, chaotic mess like the Old Faithful Area is. Third, it has a good variety of dining options with very good food, if a bit overpriced. BUT, if you stay here, make sure you request one of the newly renovated Lodges, do NOT book a room in the cabins!!! The Lodges are modern, gorgeous, very comfortable and reasonably priced. You do get some noise if you have baby elephants for upstairs neighbors like we did, but that was not a big deal. The cabins are terribly run-down and look like something from the wrong side of the tracks in Trailer Trash, USA. They are dark and seedy-looking with peeling paint, chicken wire on the undersides to keep out varmints and single-paned windows so they're probably FREEZING (this is at 8,000 feet, remember!) So remember, request a Lodge room, NOT a cabin!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Canyon Lodge and Cabins Yellowstone National Park

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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