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Although the lodge was hard to find (GPS took us to a horse corral), it was just what we needed at the midpoint of our month-long x-country road trip. Clean, spacious rooms with all the amenities we needed, friendly staff, good breakfast in an attractive,...More
We went to this lodge for our trip to Yellowstone and we Loved it!! It was my wife and I that wanted to get away and this place hit the spot. The room had A/C when it got hot and it had extra heating when...More
Absolute amazing time! Beautiful, clean, friendly, simply amazing! Joe was incredible at the gift shop, being amazingly patient with my son and I! Great breakfast! Great everything! You'll love it, I promise!
This lodge is nicely laid out on a huge piece of property fronting the Wind River just 2 miles south of Dubois (pronounced like cowboys). There are several nice motel style rooms up front near the main entrance and the corral. The RV park has...More
They squeezed us in for a three day stay, which we extended. We were thrilled to pull up to a tree-filled park on the Wind River. Most of the spaces provided adequate shade during our stay of abnormally warm weather. The bathrooms were immaculate and...More
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Yes, Longhorn is very pet friendly. I took 5 dogs with me. Many people set up little fenced areas to give their dogs more room to run as they otherwise have to be leashed. They also have a non-covered kennel area you can... More
Yes, Longhorn is very pet friendly. I took 5 dogs with me. Many people set up little fenced areas to give their dogs more room to run as they otherwise have to be leashed. They also have a non-covered kennel area you can keep your dog for a small fee. I opted for a boarding kennel in Dubois and it was atrocious! Better to keep them at Longhorn if you are planning a pet-free day in the national parks.