Yellowstone Valley Inn and RV Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYellowstone Valley Inn and RV Park Wapiti
Not the best place to stay, but it was more reasonable than what was available in Cody. The room and it's accommodations were very run down. I'll have to get a better definition of what "full" means when they advertise a full buffet breakfast. The little window air conditioner couldn't cool the whole room, not to mention the garbage dumpster sat right underneath it. If your in to rustic, then this place is for you.
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Travel Blogs from Wapiti
... to cover one's neck/face for extra warmth. Even with multiple layers of everything, a stocking cap and my sweatshirt hood pulled up, it was cold. I pulled out the green flap and it covered my whole face. Hey, I'm warm! I might get to sleep after all. Then I remembered warning tags on my tent that proper ventilation was required to prevent suffocation. And I was convinced that ...
... 8217;t imagine what it must be like when it’s really busy during the summer. The loop road to Old Faithful is closed due to a bridge replacement so that added to the traffic issue. Elevation is around 7800’ throughout the park so walking around was quite nippy until about 1:00 but the day was bright and beautiful.
I stopped at all the thermal sites I came to and went to the falls. I avoided the townsites, ...
... a bit too, but this time there didn’t seem to be much happening so we moved on.
We were in no rush as we drove out of the park this time as we knew it was our last time (for now). As we drove out we were listening to the Star Wars soundtrack which helped give it an epic feel.
Our disappointment at leaving the park was soon softened as we arrived into our new room. Well we say room, we’d actually been moved to a full ...
... Close enough to Upper Falls and Lower Falls to feel the power from the Falls. We did not see really anyone for the first hike which made me more anxious about animals, but we saw more people as we went on, and that fear went away. The best views were at the bottom of the steps for Lower Falls and Artist Point, which was really spectacular, with the Lower Falls in the background and the Canyon in front. Breathtaking! Chris complained for most of the ...
... of different colours streaking away from features. It was beautiful.
Some of the geysers were nice too, but there were no ‘biggies’, at least none erupting whilst we were there. In search of these we moved on to Firehole Lake Drive (great name by the way). Here there were geysers erupting to heights of 200 feet or more with eruptions lasting up to an hour….when they erupt. Unfortunately they couldn’t be predicted and weren’t ...