With nine lodges (which includes both hotel and cabin accommodations), twelve campgrounds, and hundreds of backcountry campsites, Yellowstone National Park has a variety of options for staying overnight in the park. There are modern hotel rooms, rustic cabins, RV and tent campground sites, and primitive backcountry campsites. Five campgrounds take reservations, while seven campgrounds are strictly first-come, first-served. All reservations are made through Yellowstone National Park Lodges.
When the time comes to eat, there are several options as well within the park. Restaurants and cafeterias are located near lodges, as are general stores for those looking to purchase groceries or snacks. In addition, there are 52 picnic areas spread all across the park. Remember, guard your food at all times to prevent any wildlife from becoming food–habituated.
Last updated: August 29, 2019