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We stayed at Canyon lodge cabin for one night. There are many different types of lodging at this place and pricing varies. It was good. Comfortable. Big tub! Check in and out was simple. Nothing I would write home about, just a place to crash...More
We were part of a bus tour for Yellowstone National Park who were booked at the Moran Lodge which along with a couple of other lodges were opened for the first time this year!! The rooms were completely filled the entire time we were there!!!...More
We had a queen room on the 3rd floor in the Moran Lodge and while it was small the best use of space had been made. The bathroom was incredibly small and only separated from the bedroom by a sliding door but this was made...More
Canyon Lodge is brand new and the nicest hotel rooms at Yellowstone. However, beware that there is no cellular signal and the Wi-Fi at the hotel was non-functional when we visited. Some of the other Yellowstone hotels have spotty Wi-Fi that require payment to use....More
We were looking for Canyon Lodge to check in, but could not find it. We then drove to Canyon Village and spoke with someone there and they said to check in at Washburn Lodge. All lodges there are Canyon Lodge but there isn't a single...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)"