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Spending a week in Dubois for the SKB Foundation Reunion, recommended to stay here...well, a fellow Aussie owns this. Lovely, clean, charming place. My neighbours created some evening noise, and there is no hanging space in the rooms, but they are huge, everything catered for,...More
The park has lots of trees, The Wind River goes around the RV park and you can fish ( with a license) at the park. . We had site 34 and had the river close to us. Large sites. We were in at the end...More
In the pictures this place looked like a ranch bunkhouse and I had some doubts. But I booked it anyway because Dubois is exactly where I needed to stop. I'm glad I did. We had a standard room, which was a bit small--almost too small...More
We really liked this hotel, and were fortunate to get the last available room. At the time of our stay, we were only going to be in that area one night, but planned to come back through, and were disappointed but not surprised that it...More
I've visited for years, even under different ownership, and have never had such rude service from Tom, the check-in clerk. He was very argumentative. I made my reservations prior to my visit with my wife's credit card. He was unwilling to accept my card upon...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.