Just returned from eight days of fly fishing in and around Yellowstone National Park. Three nights were at the Roosevelt Lodge cabins. The cabins are simple one room wooden structures with a bed, desk and chair. No running water is available in the cabin; an outside faucet with fresh potable water is close to the cabin. The bed was comfortable. Heat (it was 33 degrees in the morning) is provided by a small wood stove stocked with paraffin-impregnated fire logs. No air conditioning is provided (it was 90 degrees in the late afternoon). The common shower/toilet facilities are about 50 yards from the cabins and are adequate. For the price the accommodations were fine. Think of it as camping in a wooden tent and you're expectations will be realistic. Meals at the Lodge were just ok. Breakfasts were good. Dinners just so-so. Best item on the dinner menu was the bison burger. All in all I recommend Roosevelt Lodge as a moderately priced alternative to camping.
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