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Reviewed July 20, 2019

During the period 12 June to 06 July 2019 (23 nights), we visited several west USA National Parks and stayed in 17 different hotels/motels. This provided a unique opportunity to compare and review these establishments

Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch, Grand Teton Lodge Company – 100 Grassy Lake Rd, Moran, WY 83013

We stayed for 1 night 25 June 2019, in a standard cabin (430H) with 2 Queen beds. Room charge was USD 259.20 including taxes. Breakfast is not included.

This was the only property offering accommodation within the Yellowstone National Park boundaries we found. In fact it is a renovated old US Army camp offering a halfway house between a modern motel/hotel and camping in a tent!

The cabin, see photo, is a rudimentary structure and provides spacious accommodation with beds, WC/shower, running water, electric heating and lights, but no microwave, TV, fridge, internet connection or telephone connection to the main administration building, where there is a restaurant, bar area, gift shop and shop selling camping essentials and food.

The main problem with the accommodation was the presence of a large number of mosquitoes (we killed 12) within the cabin, although windows are fitted with netting, mosquitoes enter through entrance door when the cabin is being cleaned.
Also these windows are fairly large and as no net curtains are provided, cabin is dark when curtains are drawn for privacy.

Outside temperature was 7.7 degrees C at night, and we had to use the electric bar heater provided. There is a floor standing electric fan provided for use in warmer days, but there is no air conditioning. Surprisingly there was no smoke alarm installed for a wooden structure.

Breakfast (NOT INCLUDED) costs USD 15 per person (including coffee), and is not worth both the wait and the food as there is no orange juice, cooked food was served cold and bacon and toast badly burnt.
Clearly they are not organised sufficiently in the catering area as many others were waiting in queue though there were empty tables.

Room tip: Bring mosquito spray!
Date of stay: June 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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4  Thank wingc58
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Reviewed July 18, 2019

We were there in the 2nd weekend in July. We booked 3 camper cabins. They put us all next to each other which was great. The cabins only have a full size bunk(no linens), desk and chair. There isn't any electricity, heating or cooling. We had to share showers and bathroom with the rest of the RVers, campers and camper cabins.

This was our first time roughing it. The cabin was clean, the bunks were comfy enough but they were thin firm padding type mattresses. We slept fine on them..no complaints there.

Outside we each had a fire pit ring with a grill, and a picnic table. We had the hardest time lighting a campfire. The wood we bought at the store wouldn't burn for anything and just smoked us out. I wish we had brought some duraflame or something like that to use with it. Luckily we brought a small camp stove to use for breakfast and dinner.

The bathrooms were shared with everyone else. People tracked in a lot of mud and dirt from the campgrounds into the shower area. It was kinda gross but we kept our flip flops on for showers so we wouldn't have to stand in the mud. I'm not sure how often they cleaned the showers. I feel like they need to clean them several times of day to keep the it cleaner. The toilet area and sink area were kept clean. The wash area for dishes could be cleaner.

We had a great time in YNP and the Tetons and loved the location of the camper cabins. I'd give it another try.

Date of stay: July 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank JulieKat
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Reviewed July 18, 2019

This is a really neat resort! They pretty much have everything, a lodge, cabins, RV sites, you name it! The prices are pretty high however just like anywhere you might stay in Yellowstone. We had a little cabin with a king size bed. It was super clean, cute and had a great view of the Tetons! Only major downer was the mosquitos are HORRIBLE! Seriously I have never seen them that bad as long as I've been alive. Make sure your bug spray has deet in it because anything else is just an aphrodisiac to them! The cabins are so quiet and peaceful and there is even a pathway you can walk below to the river. Just be aware of your surroundings and watch for wild animals. There is no TV or internet so it will give you a chance to completely unplug and relax!

Room tip: I recommend the cabins
Date of stay: July 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1  Thank KayleeAnn1970
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Reviewed July 13, 2019

We stayed here for one night in an RV on our way into Yellowstone NP.
Great sized RV pitch and plenty of space around.
Clean restrooms and great showers and good laundry facilities
Ate in the restaurant - excellent food and service.

Date of stay: June 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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2  Thank kjc2623
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Reviewed July 12, 2019

Stayed one night in a camper cabin. The log cabin looked new to us It was very nice place to stay. They have mattresses on the beds but you must bring your own linens, or rent them from the camp. You can rent a sleeping bag, pillow, and towel set if needed, I forget how much it was but it was around $15/ night to rent all of that per person. The bath rooms are clean as they can be for a group camp ground bathroom. The rooms do not have any electricity and we didnt have any cell phone signal, WIFI was also not available in the camp. Across the street is the lodge, gas and a restaurant all of which have WIFI. The camp also offers coin (quarter) operated laundry services.

Date of stay: July 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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3  Thank beeman91
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