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Accessible Accommodations

Canyon Lodge

Rooms: Canyon Lodge offers handicapped-accessible high-range rooms. These are located in Cascade and Dunraven Lodges, on the ground floors, and have bathrooms with specially designed sinks, toilets, and (roll-in) shower stalls.

Cabins: Western Cabin units have portable ramps that are available through the front desk. The bathrooms are not accessible, but the sinks are located in the main room rather than in the bathroom.

Eating Facilities: Eating facilities are up to one-half mile from the cabin units. No public transportation is available. All eating facilities are handicapped accessible, and the dining room has accessible bathrooms. The Hamilton Store Snack Bar has a wheelchair accessible bathroom.


Grant Village

Rooms: Grant Village offers handicapped-accessible mid-range rooms and high-range rooms. These are located on the ground floor, and have bathrooms with specially designed sinks, toilets, and (roll-in) shower stalls.

Eating Facilities: The shoreside "Lakehouse" and the dining room are each about one-fourth mile from the lodging units in opposite directions. No public transportation is available. Bathrooms in each of these facilities are accessible.


Lake Yellowstone Hotel

Rooms:

Annex: Lake Hotel offers handicapped-accessible high-range rooms located in the Annex building just behind the main hotel. These are on the first floor, accessible by a ramp, and have bathrooms with specially designed sinks, toilets, and (roll-in) shower stalls. No elevator is available to the Annex second floor.

Hotel: Some second floor rooms are accessible via elevator; no ground floor handicap-accessible. None of the bathrooms are accessible.

Cabins: The Frontier Cabin units all require a climb of 2 steps. The bathrooms are not accessible.

Eating Facilities: The dining room and cocktail lounge are in the hotel and are accessible via a ramp. Bathrooms are accessible.


Lake Lodge

Rooms: All cabin units require a climb of about 3-5 steps. Ramps are not available.

Eating Facilities: The cafeterias and bathrooms are accessible via a ramp.


Mammoth Hotel

Rooms: All hotel rooms are accessible via a ramp or elevator, however bathrooms are not accessible.

Cabins: Cabin units require a climb of 2 steps, and no portable ramps are available. The bathrooms are not accessible.

Eating Facilities: The dining room and fast foods restaurant are accessible, and accessible bathrooms are available.


Old Faithful Inn

Rooms: The Inn offers handicapped-accessible rooms on the first floors of the remodeled East and West wings. The bathrooms have bathtubs (no roll-in showers) with grab bars and portable shower-hose attachments, handicap-design toilets, and sinks. Some rooms are elevator accessible in the East Wing, although bathrooms are not accessible.

Eating Facilities: The dining room and its bathrooms are accessible.


Old Faithful Lodge

Rooms: All cabin units require a climb of about 3-5 steps. Ramps are not available.

Eating Facilities: The cafeterias and bathrooms are accessible.


Old Faithful Snow Lodge

Rooms: The Snow Lodge offers handicapped-accessible, non-smoking, high-range rooms. These are located on the ground floor and have bathrooms with specially designed sinks, toilets, and (roll-in) shower stalls.

Cabins: The Snow Lodge also offers one handicapped-accessible Western Cabin Unit. The bathroom has a bathtub (no roll-in shower) with grab bars and portable shower-hose attachment, handicap-design toilet, and sink.

Eating Facilities: The Snow Lodge Dining Room and its bathrooms are accessible.


Roosevelt Lodge

Rooms: All cabin units require a climb of about 3-5 steps. Ramps are not available.

Eating Facilities: The dining room and bathrooms are accessible.


Room reservations can be made by contacting Xanterra Parks & Resorts.

Did You Know?

Seventh Cavalry Ensignia Pin.

Prior to the establishment of the National Park Service, the U.S. Army protected Yellowstone between 1886 and 1918. Fort Yellowstone was established at Mammoth Hot Springs for that purpose.