Grand Opening: Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone
The following is a sponsored post from the folks at Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone.
Millions of travelers will be hitting America’s highways and byways with the fast approaching summer vacation season.
According to the National Park Service, one of the most popular destinations is Yellowstone National Park which received over 3.4 million visitors in 2012.
And, as you can well imagine, with that many folks headed toward the park, you had better get your lodging arranged well in advance. Sadly, we can attest to “sold-out” conditions from past personal experience.
A brand new West Yellowstone lodging option opening in July 2013 is the Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone. If you hurry, you just might snag one of these cabins before they too sell out!
Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone
Situated in the heart of West Yellowstone is a new and unique 50-cabin vacation property. Families, couples, and groups will have a one-of-a-kind vacation experience in a casual setting. Adventure awaits when you stay just moments away from the west entrance to Yellowstone Park and 34 miles from the Old Faithful Geyser.
Enjoy stylish décor, a cozy fireplace and your own private cabin the perfect setting after a long day of adventure. The kitchenettes allow you to create simple meals should you decide to dine in. Large windows allow the long summer days of sun to shine inside your cabin.
Amenities include flat screen HDTVs in the living rooms and WiFi throughout the properties. Attractive, Yellowstone National Park or West Yellowstone artwork is displayed in every cabin.
Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone is arranged into five distinct Camps named after early pioneers of Yellowstone. The Camp names are Washburn Bridger,Colter, Russell, and Langford. The Bridger camp has a small pond and the Washburn Camp has 13 dedicated pet-friendly cabins for our guests travelling with their canine companions. The property has a few outdoor gas-lit fire pits to enjoy in the evenings. It is the perfect spot to end your day after enjoying the wonders of Yellowstone National Park.
Prepare a simple dinner in your cabin or let us cook for you. Visit the Bridger Cookhouse by the pond for a menu of various burgers with chips, baked beans and ice cream.
There are three distinct cabin designs: The Montana, The Old Faithful, and The Yellowstone to choose from.
- The Montana Cabins have the ability to connect via an interior doorway between 2 adjoining cabins. Enjoy a Cabin that offers 2 queen size beds, living room and kitchenette with cookware, dish-ware and utensils. The Cabin has a sitting area on your front porch.
- The Old Faithful Cabins contain one king size bed in a private bedroom. Enjoy a Cabin that offers a living room area, fireplace and kitchenette with cookware, dish-ware and utensils. This is a nice sized cabin with a sitting area on your front porch. Two (2) Old Faithful Cabins are ADA accessible.
- The Yellowstone Cabins feature two private bedrooms that are perfect for a family or small group traveling together. Enjoy a cabin that offers a living room area, fireplace and kitchenette with cookware, dish-ware and utensils. This is a nice sized cabin with a sitting area on your front porch.
Parking is located close to your cabin. All Cabins are non-smoking.
Where the buffalo roam in Yellowstone is very often along the roadway where travel is made easier along the flat, paved surface. Enjoy Yellowstone as the buffalo do, from the road and trail ways in the Park.
Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone is located at 201 Grizzly Avenue in West Yellowstone, Montana. Reservations can be made at 877.600.4308 or visit our website at www.ExplorerCabinsAtYellowstone.com.
This is a very good hideaway for summer. Such a cool place and it looks so solemn I surely can relax here. How I love the look of the cabin too! Can’t wait to be there!
Would like a packet if possible on the beautiful cabins. We have a camper but are concerned about the long haul. Jackie Lowery 350 Floyd drive Boaz Am 35957. We pray this sickness passes and want very much to see the beautiful country.
You should reach out to the National Park directly. They don’t work with travel agencies.