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We stayed in the Moran building . Newly renovated, the rooms were very clean . They do not allow any kind of cooking in rooms . No microwaves or anything. You have to eat at the restaurants or cafeterias unless you drive out of park...More
It is worth the cost to be so close to many wonderful parts of the park. Canyon Village is close to: Grand Canyon of Yellowstone (also Artist's Point, Uncle Tom's Trail), a visitor education center, and the drive to Hayden Valley and Mt. Washburn to...More
When is a lodge not a lodge? When you stay at the Canyon Lodge in Yellowstone which is a group of newly-constructed, luxury dormitory rooms housed in buildings that masquerade as if they were premium lodging. Don't be fooled. This is an overpriced summer camp...More
The new lodges in Canyon Village have been a long time coming but don't disappoint! Looking at the room types online is a little unclear, the room in this review is called 'superior', in Washburn Lodge. It was well designed, appropriately furnished, very roomy, comfortable,...More
We love National Park lodges. We did not like this stay. Very generic hotel type accommodations, minus air conditioning and wi fi. We do not need these comforts and thoroughly enjoyed our night at Old Faithful Inn (review to follow). However, if you are going...More
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Don't know if you are serious of not, but there are way too many human traffic in the Canyon Lodge area for bears and cougars to even come around. Count yourself lucky if you even see one at all anywhere in the park.
We thought it was a beautiful walk through the trees. Depending on what time of year you are going, parking at the canyon can be a problem, so walking from the cabins is a good idea. If you want to go to the areas on the... More
We thought it was a beautiful walk through the trees. Depending on what time of year you are going, parking at the canyon can be a problem, so walking from the cabins is a good idea. If you want to go to the areas on the other side of the canyon, you will need to drive.
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"top corner room (quit and you can use the stairs)"