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We reserved a western cabin where it had 2 double beds and 1 single bed all in one room, with a bathroom that had a sink, toilet and very small single shower (no tub). They are connected onto other cabins it looked in units of...More
A rating of 4 is not comparing this place with the Marriott.......it is not even close. It is a rating for what it is....a very rustic room in a National Park. We were in a 'cabin' that had 4 (I think) sleeping rooms and central...More
We stayed 2 nights in a log cabin - log inside and out! there's a wall heater with a thermostat for the cool nights. our room had a double bed and a twin bed, and were comfortable. The floor was linoleum tile on a cement...More
room: the room was capacious, able to accomodate the four of us. unfortunately, most of the power outlets in the room are either broken or very loose, making charging cell phones a pain. I think the power is kind of unstable at night--two of our...More
Stayed 4 nights in the Colter Bay cabins. They are rustic, so you do need to plan ahead on what to bring. No microwave or refrigerator, bring cooler, they have plenty of ice machines in park and I would bring a small fan for air...More
We stayed in the tent cabins rather than the campground so i cant comment specifically on the rv sites. You absolutely must stay in yellowstone if youre planning to spend time there. Its a good 2+ hr drive just to the... More
We stayed in the tent cabins rather than the campground so i cant comment specifically on the rv sites. You absolutely must stay in yellowstone if youre planning to spend time there. Its a good 2+ hr drive just to the most southern sites in yellowstone from gt and itd be even farther to hit the northern part of the park. Grand teton by itself is worth at least two nights though if you like to hike you should spend more time because the hiking and ranger programs are spectacular. For yellowstone id plan minimum 3 full days of sightseeing. I also think rv rental is a bad idea. Much cheaper to rent cabins or tent cabins plus finding parking in summer for an rv will be miserable at all sights. Both parks are very crowded and driving around in an rv will not be fun. Bp