Lodging Outside Yellowstone National Park

Additional accommodations can be found outside the park in nearby towns such as West Yellowstone (closest), Gardiner, and Cody, Wyoming (many activities, including the Cody Night Rodeo, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, and Trail Town). More amenities (Complimentary breakfast, indoor/outdoor pool and spa, cable TV, and free high speed Internet access) and better value (such as AAA 2 or 3 diamonds) can generally be found outside the park.

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Lodging in West Yellowstone, Montana

Adjacent to the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park. Closest lodging to Yellowstone.

Lodging in Gardiner, Montana

Close to the North Entrance of Yellowstone National Park, about 4.8 miles from Mammoth Hot Springs.

Lodging in Cody, Wyoming

Cody is the eastern gateway to Yellowstone National Park (52 miles to East Entrance of Yellowstone). It is home to the Buffalo Bill Historic Center, a complex of four museums. There are several other museums and attractions in Cody. The famous Cody Nite Rodeo runs every night during the summer. Trail Town features a group of historic building with exhibits reassembled on the original Cody townsite. Whitewater rafting trips can be booked in Cody. The Chief Joseph Scenic Highway (WY-296) starts 15 miles north of town, off of WY-120.

Lodging in Red Lodge, Montana

Red Lodge, Montana is located at the start of the Beartooth Highway (US-212), considered one of America's most spectacular alpine byways. The highway holds the distinction of being the longest stretch of road running though alpine tundra in the world. Distance to the Northeast Entrance of Yellowstone National Park: 68 miles.

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