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Please refer to the following information for important lodging, dining, and park updates. Please note that while we intend to keep this page as up-to-date as possible, circumstances are such that conditions and services are subject to change with little or no notice. Please check at the front desk during your stay for the most up-to-date information.

*Information current as of August 4

Hungry? Check out the in-park dining options here.


Due to unforeseen and extenuating circumstances, we have had to discontinue offering horseback trail rides at Canyon Lodge Corrals for the remainder of the 2022 season.

We are very sorry for the impact on your plans and thank you for your understanding.

Existing horseback ride reservations will be cancelled and refunded.

If you wish to consider other in-park tours or activities, you can find information, schedules, and make reservations here.  If you choose to call 307-344-7311 to book another tour, please note that call demand has been extremely high and hold times can be very long.

For your information, there are other horseback ride operations outside the park. You can find more information on those services at the following Chamber of Commerce websites: East entrance- Cody, WY; South entrance- Jackson Hole, WY; West entrance-West Yellowstone, MT; Northeast entrance-Cooke City-Silver Gate, MT; North entrance-Gardiner, MT.


Due to current, high COVID-19 community levels, the National Park Service has mandated that mask wearing is again required for all people when entering all in-park buildings and when riding in public transportation (including motorcoach tours) within the park, regardless of vaccination status. Please remember to pack and wear your mask when you enter the park.
For the latest updates and information on how we are working to keep all guests and employees safe, click here.


Both the southern and northern loop roads are now open. While it didn’t apply to in-park overnight guests, the Alternating License Plate System (ALPS) visitor management system has been suspended as of July 2.

Seven of our nine lodging operations and all five of our campgrounds are currently open to serve our guests and visitors, offering overnight lodging, camping, dining, gift shops and tours. Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Roosevelt Lodge will remain closed and any tours or activities originating from either of these two locations (including Roosevelt Cookout or other corral associated tours) remain cancelled. As policies and services may change over time, we recommend you frequently check our this page for the latest information on our range of available in-park operations and services.

There are still rooms, campsites, and select tours available in the park for this summer. You can make online reservations for lodging, camping, and tours here. You can also call us at 307-344-7311 but please be aware that call volumes remain extremely high and hold times can be very long.

In-park lodging open as of 7/1/22

Canyon Lodge & Cabins

Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins

Lake Lodge Cabins

Grant Village

Old Faithful Inn

Old Faithful Lodge

Old Faithful Snow Lodge

(Mammoth Hotel & Cabins and Roosevelt Lodge Cabins remain closed)


Xanterra-operated campgrounds open as of 7/1/22

Madison Campground

Bridge Bay Campground

Grant Campground

Canyon Campground

Fishing Bridge RV Park


Dining^, Gift Shops and Tours open at:
Canyon Village

Old Faithful Village

Yellowstone Lake Village

Grant Village


^Some limitations to food service due to ongoing workforce shortages


You can find the latest information on Yellowstone National Park conditions including other park services, roads, flood recovery, weather, and more here.

As we know, a Yellowstone experience often begins and ends outside the park. You can find gateway community information by clicking on the following links for Cody, WY, 307-586-1574 (East entrance),  Jackson, WY (South entrance), West Yellowstone, MT (West entrance),  Cooke City, MT (Northeast entrance), and Gardiner, MT (North entrance).

We realize that the recent event has impacted many of our guests’ travel plans. We thank you for your patience and understanding and hope you can still experience the wonders of Yellowstone during her 150th Anniversary this summer


NPS Road Projects in 2022

  • There will be three major road construction projects in 2022. All three projects will cause major delays (Lewis River Bridge, Old Faithful to West Thumb, and Yellowstone River Bridge). Two of these projects (Lewis River Bridge and Old Faithful to West Thumb) will have overnight closures for certain periods of time (learn more on the road constructions page).For the most up-to-date information about temporary road closures in the park, visit the park roads web page.

Mask Requirements

Park Road Alerts

Learn more about the current status of park roads and road construction in Yellowstone.

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Double rainbow seen from Lower Mammoth

Weather Forecast

The weather in Yellowstone can change quickly and can deviate considerably from the forecast, so prepare for all conditions when planning your adventure.

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