My wife and I had a wonderful stay at the Devils Tower Lodge. From check in to check out, the staff provided a friendly, helpful and very comfortable place to stay. Our room (Windows Room) had a picture window at the foot of our queen bed that framed a spectacular view of Devils Tower (I will attach a picture). Our bed was extremely comfortable and the room had a large private bath with a very large walk in shower with two showerheads. We opted to have diner at the lodge. For a small additional charge, guests and staff sit around a very large table and have dinner "family style". The room has a nice view of the tower. Anna prepared us a very tasty dinner. The conversation with other travelers and staff was fun and informative. After a great night's sleep, breakfast was served family style at that big, large table. Rachel prepared a great breakfast of scrambled eggs, pancakes, watermelon and yogurt along with juice and coffee. On a return trip to Devils Tower I would try to secure the Windows Room again. I would note to other travelers that there are a few steps to walk down from the entry/bathroom area to the bedroom if mobility is an issue. Access to this lodge does require one to travel through the Devils Tower National Park. We found that exploring/hiking around Devils Tower in the morning was less crowded. There was a pretty long line of vehicles trying to enter the park when we left in the early afternoon.…
WOW! This place has it all. Clean, quiet, cozy rooms and spectacular view of Devil's Tower! We also stayed for dinner and breakfast and both meals were delicious. The staff was wonderful and friendly, would recommend this place to everyone!
I have been visiting Devils Tower Lodge for 20 years and have never been disappointed. Took my nephew to climb 4 years ago and he's been wanting to go back since then. Just finished our second trip together and he had a great time. Gabe was an excellent host and guide for our climbs. All the guides are good and you can't beat the view from the deck. It is just a great place to relax or get your adrenaline going with a climb on the Tower. Already have reservations to return with my sister in September.
Devils Tower Lodge is the ONLY way to visit Devils Tower. It’s as though the Tower was put there for the lodge - including VIP access thru the park to the lodge. But the best way to experience Devils Tower is standing on top having climbed the Tower with the excellent guides at Devils Tower Climbing (Gabe & team) which is a part of Devils Tower Lodge. They expertly guided our entire family up the Tower - and the lodge staff kept us comfortable, rested and well-fed before and after. Our teenagers summed it up best: “One of the best experiences of our lives.”
Had a great climbing trip with the "Rockstar" 3-day package. Day 1 was practice outdoor climbing, Day 2 summit, and Day 3 went to Custer State park. 3 days was just the right length for this. The climbing guide was experienced and knowledgeable, and had my complete trust on day 1. I loved staying at the lodge; it was more of a home than a hotel. Food was great and dinner every night was a very friendly mix of tourists, climbers, and passers-thru. Missed breakfast one morning, but when I got back, Rachel made it for me anyways. Everyone was super nice and knowledgeable about the Tower and the area. All the climbing equipment was provided and it was all in great shape. Would definitely return, and may bring my son next time. A++