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Summer 2021 Phase 1 Updates

Yellowstone National Park Lodges to Delay the Opening of Most Summer 2021 Operations

As we continue to navigate the uncertain waters of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the health and safety of our guests and employees remain top priorities. Based on the guidance and recommendations of public health agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and National Park Service, we are modifying the opening schedule of our operations and beginning with a first phase of limited services for Summer 2021.

As health and safety guidelines allow, we hope to open additional lodging and services as part of the second phase of our Summer 2021 operations. At this point, we are not able to predict when this might happen but will provide updates as they are available.

Impacted Guests and Employees

We are currently in the process of reaching out via email with additional information. You can expect to hear from us within the next couple of weeks. We appreciate your patience as we work through these changes!

Currently, in Phase 1, we plan to open in-park lodging and campgrounds as follows:

*Operating dates, room types and services subject to change based on health and safety guidelines at the time. There is currently no projection for the initiation of Phase 2.
Old Faithful Inn

Lodging*

Mammoth Hotel & Cabins - April 30 (Hotel rooms), May 7 (Frontier cabins. Cabins without bath not available in Phase 1.)
Old Faithful Snow Lodge & Cabins - May 7
Old Faithful Lodge Cabins - May 14 (Limited inventory available. Cabins without bath not available in Phase 1.)
Canyon Lodge & Cabins – May 21 (Western Cabins), May 28 (Select Standard and Superior rooms), June 11 (Additional Standard and Superior rooms. Premium rooms not available in Phase 1.)
Lake Hotel & Cottages – May 28 (Hotel rooms and cottages only. Standard rooms/Sandpiper Lodge not available in Phase 1.)
Lake Lodge - June 10
Old Faithful Inn – June 4 (East Wing Superior and Premium rooms. West Wing and Old House rooms not available in Phase 1.)
Grant Village – June 18 (Limited lodge rooms)
Roosevelt Lodge – June 4 (Day use only. Lodging will not be available in Phase 1.)

Hotel lobbies will be open (without furniture) and capacity limits will be enforced.

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Campgrounds*

Madison Campground – May 14
Canyon Campground – May 21
Bridge Bay Campground – June 11
Grant Village Campground – June 18
Fishing Bridge RV Park – Closed for Summer 2021

Under Phase 1, Campground showers will not be available.

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Additional Service Updates*

*Operating dates, room types and services subject to change based on health and safety guidelines at the time. There is currently no projection for the initiation of Phase 2.

Dining

The following dining options will open with take-out only (unless otherwise noted):
Geyser Grill - April 16
Mammoth Terrace Grill – April 30
Old Faithful Snow Lodge Dining Room-May 7 
Old Faithful Lodge Cafeteria and Old Faithful Lodge Bake Shop - May 14
Mammoth Dining Room – May 21 (Limited dine-in available)
Mammoth Map Room Bar & Espresso - May 21
Canyon Lodge Eatery – May 21
Lake Hotel Deli – May 28
Old Faithful Inn Bear Paw Deli - June 4
Roosevelt Lodge Dining Room – June 4 (Limited dine-in available. Bar available for take-out beverages only.)
Lake Lodge Wylie's Canteen – June 10
Grant Village Dining Room – June 18

Dining Info

Activities

We will be offering select tours and activities in Phase 1. The website will be updated and guests notified as details are available.

Activity Info

Shopping

Gift shops will open in coordination with their corresponding lodges.

Shopping Info
Woman watching waterfall at Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

Packages

Select packages will not be available. Other packages will be available but may be impacted as a result of health and safety guidelines. The website will be updated and package guests notified as details are available.

Package Info

Health & Safety

As part of our commitment to providing a safe environment for our guests and staff, we have implemented new enhanced protocols throughout our operations. Within this commitment, and as required by the National Park Service, we require all visitors to wear face coverings while in the indoor public areas of our facilities and in outdoor areas where proper distancing is not possible. To see what we are doing to help promote health and safety in our operations and for the latest updates on our available services, please check out our Health & Safety information.

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