We operate 9 different lodges, 5 campgrounds, and 15 different dining options all located inside Yellowstone National Park. Explore some of the locations where you could be based below.
Learn more about what the “vibe” is like at each of our villages around the park.
Canyon is our most centrally located village in the Park. It is made up of a sprawling community of folks who love being next to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River. Canyon is also the highest elevation of all the villages in the park (7,980 ft. / 2,432 meters).Learn More
Old Faithful is the main hub of activity in the park. This is a prime location for geyser gazers and socialites. Old Faithful is also the most bike-friendly village in the park and many employees love commuting by bike.Learn More
Lake's Colonial Revival heritage invites a slower pace. Beautiful sunsets, water activities, and off the beaten path adventures await on the edge of the water. Yellowstone Lake is the largest high elevation lake (above 7,000 feet) in North America.Learn More
Mammoth is the hub for our year-round operations in the Park. It is also where wildlife roams. Bison and elk can often be spotted. As the lowest elevation of all the villages in the park (6,239 ft. / 1,902 meters), hiking around Mammoth is a favorite spring and fall activity.
Grant Village is our southernmost village and one of Yellowstone's best-kept secrets. This quiet spot is located near the West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake. Grant's casual atmosphere is the best of both worlds: lodgepole pine forests and water access.Learn More
Gardiner, Montana is the base of operations for our Human Resources, Laundry, Warehouse, and Transportation departments. Gardiner is a thriving community located at the Northern Entrance (with great mountain views!).Learn More
Roosevelt Lodge is our most remote village. This rustic location is the headquarters of our horse operations and has an Old West spirit. You won't find any cell phone coverage here but you will find a strong connection with your fellow co-workers (both human and horse).Learn More
If you don't know what village you will be working at, check out this overview of living in Yellowstone.Learn More