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Pahaska Tepee Resort

183 N Fork Hwy Unit 1, Cody, WY 82414
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183 N Fork Hwy Unit 1, Cody, WY 82414
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Jeffrey W wrote a review 11 Sep
Shelbyville, Kentucky1342 contributions152 helpful votes
pro's - convenient location just outside the East Entrance of Yellowstone - after a bit of a white-knuckle drive through the Sylvan Pass at dusk - we were more than ready to pull off the road and RELAX staff - all super friendly and helpful - our check in clerk and dinner waitress were especially nice and outgoing. Food - the lodge offered up some great home cooked fare in a relaxed - woodsy-lodge atmosphere - the corned beef hash at breakfast is not to be missed - best I have every had by a mile.. prices are not cheap - but reasonable. Price - very reasonable - much more so than the overcrowded and mask-police infested lodge at Old Faithful. BONUS - an extra tourist attraction is included in the price - a guided and very knowledgeable "tour" of the original Buffalo Bill Hunting Lodge on the property - very interesting - CONS - the rooms are SMALL - you really have to be able to get along with your traveling companion - that said- they are pretty cute and cozy - the hot water supply in the shower was GREAT Pillows - not up to par - they need to upgrade the pillows - beds were OK - Pillows - WEAK! Wi-fi - limited to the lodge only - and slow at that - par for the course so far out in nature I suppose - Luddites will not mind a bit (no TV in the rooms either - not that I cared one bit) - teenagers, like the one I travel with - will squawk about the wi-fi for sure.. (shhhh - that was part of my strategy to get him to appreciate NATURE!) wink..
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Date of stay: September 2021
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Tonmilv wrote a review 11 Sep
New Jersey118 contributions14 helpful votes
Great place, great value. All other places price was way high. This place had everything, good price, cozy, super clean, wifi (only in the restaurant area), bathroom super clean, friendly staff and close to the park entrance. Restaurant offers good food at a good price as well.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Wyndi77 wrote a review Jul 2021
Wheatland, Wyoming151 contributions50 helpful votes
The grounds are neat with old buildings and lots of history, there's a nice gift shop, cabins and restaurant. We've stopped here 3-4 times over the years. It's a nice stop if entering Yellowstone through the east gate. The food was decent for dinner, ribs were good, steak was good but sauce over the top was average, chicken marsala was kind of soggy and sauce not very appetizing, liver and onions cooked properly. Kind of pricey, but that's typical for the area. Would stop again when in the area!
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Michelle wrote a review Jun 2021
Middleburg, Virginia6 contributions1 helpful vote
The "resorts" manager, Pat, could not be nastier! We were trying to get out of reservation which we paid for upfront and this evil woman said we were lying about me being a cancer patient, etc. I'm NOT looking forward to this trip now!
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Travelrckymtns wrote a review May 2021
91 contributions42 helpful votes
Stayed at Pahaska due to its location near east entrance to YNP (a mile from entrance). The large lodge building was originally built by Buffalo Bill Cody, and he hosted guests from around the world - great history. It is right on the Shoshone River so one can hear the rushing of the river while walking in the surrounding forest (carry bear spray and know how to use it). We stayed in one of the A-frame cabins. It was dated and needs some renovation (the toilets are NOT water savers!), but it was comfortable and clean. They allow pets (we brought our dog), but cabins do not have any smell of dogs - kept very clean. We had breakfast and dinner in the dining room. The decor was log and decorated with critter heads. The food was good, and cooked to order. They need more vegetarian options, though. This is a great location, and we recommend.
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Date of stay: May 2021
United StatesWyomingCody
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pahaska Tepee Resort
What are some of the property amenities at Pahaska Tepee Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Pahaska Tepee Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Pahaska Tepee Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Pahaska Tepee Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Pahaska Tepee, Shoshone Lodge & Guest Ranch, and The Lodgepole Room.