Super 8 Gardiner/Yellowstone Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Gardiner/Yellowstone Park
WAY over priced for the accomodation, but other places were not worth amount or were even more pricier! Nice rooms.
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... was much cooler. From there we continued up towards Tower Junction, then headed east to a supposedly wildlife filled valley...and it was. Right away many Bison were along the road interrupting our much more important traffic with thier benign musings. It was great though. We pulled off to the side for some very close up pics. Sorry none to post as i took them all with my canon, not iPhone. We then continued on towards Slough Creek campground. This whole plateau area ...
This is our last full day in a Yellowstone . On Tuesday we have to drive from the west side to the east side to get to Cody for a rodeo on Tuesday night. We have yet to see a Moose. Kathryn and Abby are on the lookout even composed a song to entice a moose to come out of hiding. Beautiful day on our last full day. No clouds and temps in high 60's or low 70's. We skipped Old Faithful today even though we drove right ...
... the night it starts to rain… and rain… I think we’ve seen more rain in the past 20 hours or so than we’ve seen in the past 6 months in AZ City… the key is, that we’ve seen more rain that you can measure… must have been ½" last night and with winds ...
... entrance, the lines at the gates don't look normal. Cars are everywhere (not even close to straight lines) and people are standing around. As we get closer, we confirm the government has indeed shut down along with Yelllowstone (we surmise the animals won't get fed or get their cut of the photo royalties). People are livid. The rangers are polite, but firm. Most of the shut out visitors are foreigners and have probably spent a ...
... many years. The Lamar valley proved to be quite spectacular with plenty of bison roaming around. We saw several herds but not much else. The only other species was that of the fly fisherman who also frequent the rivers hunting trout. We turned around at Pebble Creek and headed towards Mammoth.
Mammoth was the original home of the parks management otherwise known as Fort Yellowstone. After it was formed the park was struggling to come to grips with the poaching and ...