Roosevelt Lodge is currently closed but may reopen in 2020 if conditions allow.
Roosevelt Lodge Cabins, built in 1920 near Yellowstone’s Tower Falls area, is located near a campsite once used by President Theodore Roosevelt. The rustic cabins and family-style dining are a favorite of families and fisherman alike and the front porch rocking chairs give guests an opportunity to rock their stress to sleep and awaken their “Old West spirit.” A large corral operation offers horseback trail rides, stagecoach adventures and our popular Old West Dinner Cookout, where the steaks are tender, the wranglers are friendly, and the scenery is breathtaking.
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Frontier Cabins are simple yet comfortable cabin units typically with two double beds and with shower, toilet and sink. Coffee makers are not included in the cabins. Televisions, radios, and air conditioning are not available in park lodging.
Rustic cabin units are sparely furnished, heated with wood burning stoves and typically contain one or two double beds. All are without bathrooms, but communal showers and bathrooms are located nearby. Two “presto” logs are provided for use in the stove. Coffee makers are not included in the cabins. Televisions, radios, and air conditioning are not available in park lodging.