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Traveling with Pets

Making The Choice To Travel With Your Pet

If you’re like most pet-owners, your pets are an important part of your family, and as such, part of your travel plans. Luckily, while traveling to Yellowstone National Park, you don’t have to leave your best friend at home or boarded in a kennel while you travel. We offer cabin accommodations for both you and your pets to stay while in the park. Available locations include the following:

  • Lake Hotel and Cabins
  • Lake Lodge Cabins
  • Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins
  • Canyon Lodge Cabins
  • Old Faithful Lodge Cabins
  • Old Faithful Snow Lodge Cabins
  • Roosevelt Lodge Cabins

Yellowstone National Park is a natural environment with free-roaming wildlife. Pets are particularly at risk of being injured by park wildlife. For your pet’s safety and the safety of all the park’s wildlife, you need to keep your pet leashed or restrained at all times and not left unattended. Your pet may not be more than 100 feet from established roads and parking areas. Pets are not allowed on trails, boardwalks, or in the backcountry.

Federal regulation dictates that we are unable to provide transportation for your pet on our buses and snowcoaches. Please consider this when making reservations for those activities.

  • Pets are not allowed in hotel rooms and public areas. In cabin units, quiet and housebroken dogs and cats are allowed. No other pets are allowed in cabin units.
  • A maximum of two pets per cabin is allowed.
  • Guests will be charged a $25 fee for each unit occupied at each location by an animal during their stay.
  • Pets must be declared when registering with the Front Desk.
  • Pets must be leashed or restrained at all times. They may not be left unattended and must be kept quiet. They cannot be left unattended in a vehicle.
  • Food and water bowls may not be left outside, as they attract park wildlife.
  • You must clean up after your pet.
  • Guest pet(s) must have all recommended vaccinations currently up-to-date and must be able to provide a Health Certificate and records from a licensed veterinarian regarding their pet(s) if Xanterra Travel Collection or the National Park Service requests this information at any time.

More information from the National Park Service regarding traveling with pets in Yellowstone can be found here