There are a variety of options to accomodate all kinds of travelers. There are camping sites for trailers and tent campers, a lodge with traditional type rooms and cabins for others. We chose to stay in a cabin. Our cabin was clean, comfortable and very affordable.We started our days with a wonderful breakfast in the cozy dining room. They serve a beautiful breakfast buffet included in the price of our cabin. The staff treated us like family and anticipated all our needs.The Inn is conveniently located 18 miles west of Cody and about 30 miles east of the East entrance to Yellowstone. We spent several days in and around Cody. We went white water rafting, rock climbing, horse back riding on a dinner trail ride and into Cody for a rodeo. Cody has a great downtown shopping area with lots of restaurants.We traveled into Yellowstone park 2 of our days and down to The Grand Tetons one day. The mountains were gorgeous.Although the Inn also serves dinner, we only found time to eat there twice. Both meals were amazing. They also have a nice bar. We enjoyed spending time one evening getting to know some of the other guests and playing some pool. Our last night there was a Friday night and the bar came to life with the Kerioki singers.We had a fabulous time and highly recommend The Yellowstone Valley Inn to anyone, young and old.Thanks Ron & Kyla. We loved staying with you.
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Great staff -- weird spaces for tents. My friend and I stayed here on our road trip east. We didn't have a reservation, but called ahead of time and were told that tent spaces were first come first serve. However, when we got there, the lady at the front desk didn't mention anything like that. She gave us a space. The staff was very friendly and helpful! They only accept cash or local checks -- kinda inconvenient. They do have an ATM in the office/store though. When we pulled up at our space...we were quite confused. The space was directly behind the office, next to the playground, on the lawn. It was just...an awkward space. However, we made the most of it - even though it felt like we were camping in someone's backyard. Shortly after we settled, three bikers pulled up next to our car - also looking confused by the space they were given. They set up three tents right next to us. What little privacy we had started with was now completely gone. The AC unit was right behind our tent - loud. The bathrooms were outdated and well-used. The areas for the RVs looked quite nice; however, we had a tent. The KOA in Cody probably would have been more private than this one. This is a no-frill campground with good staff and good location.
Great RV Park. I stayed here beginning eight or nine years ago and returned every year I'm in Cody. The staff has always been very helpful and all the park facilities are spotless. In fact, I am here now for a stay of eighteen days and couldn't be more pleased.
Nice campground about 45 minutes from the east entrance to Yellowstone. Plenty of activities for kids too. They also provide a free shuttle to the Cody Rodeo, famous home of Buffalo Bill.