- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Yellowstone Motel Greybull
Travel Blogs from Greybull
... Gold Coast, travelling in an RV they had purchased in UK and brought in via Nova Scotia.
Then the Buffalo Bill Centre of the West, described as the Smithsonian of the West! An amazing museum for such a small town, built in 1969 and revamped in 2002. Five wings but we only managed about half.
Amused as we entered to see a notice which said "Non-concealable firearms not allowed. Please check in at ticket desk". Meaning that I could carry a pistol in ...
We were a little concerned that route 14A might be closed at some point around Lovett due to signs we had seen before we crossed the mountain. We just checked with the welcome center and they said that our road is open clear to Cody, which would be our final destination for the ...
14A is another great ride on precipitous winding mountain roads. We were a bit unsure about this stretch of the highway as road signs in Dayton had alluded to SR14 and SR14A both being closed (and, from where we were, they were our only options for getting to Yellowstone!).
The ride took us through the rugged mountain range and, ...
... the clouds again in the distance on the way down and visbility was about 3 car lengths. We did see a moose and about 40-50 mule deer.
Staying at a KOA in Greybull. The owners are very nice and have 2 dogs that run from the office and upstars and out on the roof to greet every camper that arrives.
Off to Cody and Yellowstone National Park in the morning.
Thanks to everyone for their nice comments on our blog.
None the less the driving was nothing short of spectacular this morning, the road I was on had very little traffic in either direction. Come along for the ride: This is 10 minutes compressed into 2:
The afternoon was little rocky (pun intended!) as I had 3 major construction delays. Start with a 30 minute wait for the pilot car, then we drive about 6 miles at maybe ...