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On a visit to Yellowstone, my daughter and I had traveled up through the Lamar Valley and out the northeast entrance where we ended up in Cooke City, MT, just a wide spot in the road. It was early afternoon and we decided to stop...More
We stayed here for one night while doing Yellowstone. Great stop after passing through Lamar valley. Large room, comfy bed. Breakfast was not included but we did have breakfast there which was good. It is very remote so no cell phone service and the internet...More
We recently stayed in Cooke City and enjoyed the Ore House Saloon located in the Soda Butte Lodge. The bar has tall windows that look out onto the mountain; 3 flat screen tv's; it's a great place to have a beer and watch sports! Good...More
We didn't actually stay at the lodge, but we did visit the lounge a couple of nights, and it was very relaxing, very laid back. It was quiet the nights we were there which was welcome at the end of both days of park driving....More
Actually a hundred dollar bill!
After being advised that the gates were closed at Tower-Roosevelt at 1700 due to drifting snow, we were locked in the park for the night. Several vehicles were going to have to spend the night until they could open the...More
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We have a parking lot for truck and trailor accross the street, but it is not paved. It is a nice area to park, though, with a security camera. The northeast entrance to the park is a good road like that of the rest of the... More
We have a parking lot for truck and trailor accross the street, but it is not paved. It is a nice area to park, though, with a security camera. The northeast entrance to the park is a good road like that of the rest of the park. You should have no problem. You are also close to the Beartooth Hwy and Chief Joseph Scenic Hwy that are prime for bikers.