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We had a lodge room, not a cabin. The rooms looked like they were recently remodeled. The beds were super comfortable. Fridge, microwave, coffee maker. Small bath. Nice decoration. The comments about mosquitoes are true, this was the only place we had to wear bug...More
First of all a disclaimer... this is a NP Lodge, so don't expect any luxury and this was considered in my evaluation!
This said, the cabin are great and very spacious. Breakfast was surprisingly good and the restaurant fantastic, much better than the ones in...More
WHAT I REMEMBER MOST ABOUT HEADWATERS LODGE & CABINS AT FLAGG RANCH: As soon as the sun is about to go down, mosquitoes the size of small moths swarm your every move. This was June 24, 2016. You run to the car and twenty of...More
We stayed in a 2 queen cabin which was located with a great view off the porch. The cabins are rustic however very nice. Everyone is extremely helpful and kind that work on property. The restaurant and bar offered the best food and drink in...More
Great place to stay for visiting Grand Tetons and/or Yellowstone National Parks as it is located between the two parks. Note that the attraction here is the location and there are no televisions or radios in the rooms,
Booked a 2 queens cabin, which is...More
$79 - $337 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I think some of them do have grills. Make sure you bring several citronella candles and a lot of bug spray. In addition, nothing is allowed to be left unaccompanied outside except chairs and firewood. We lit a citronella... More
I think some of them do have grills. Make sure you bring several citronella candles and a lot of bug spray. In addition, nothing is allowed to be left unaccompanied outside except chairs and firewood. We lit a citronella candle and left it on the porch while using the toilet. When we returned, it was out and we had a note from golf cart guys. We learned the Rangers can fine you for it.
We had a camper, so coffee was in house. They have a camp store that has a coffee set up like 7-11. We drove to Coulter Bay to swim, but there is a river right down the way, but may not be safe. Boiling River is 140 degrees... More
We had a camper, so coffee was in house. They have a camp store that has a coffee set up like 7-11. We drove to Coulter Bay to swim, but there is a river right down the way, but may not be safe. Boiling River is 140 degrees coming out of Yellowstone, so use extreme caution. Granite Springs, built by the CCC, is a happy 97 degrees in summer and a quick drive. Since we cooked in our camper, I'm at a loss to tell you about how families were handling that, except to say that they have a lovely restaurant and very well stocked store.
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"cabins look super small and from pics have not much in them. The lodge has nice rooms."