Canyon Lodge’s five new buildings, which opened in 2015 and 2016 with eco-friendly LEED Gold or Silver certifications, have the feel of a contemporary resort, with touches like subway-tiled bathrooms and sleek black wooden headboards. The cabins are more spacious, and though their log cabin–style furnishings are a bit dated, I find them charming—and a linens makeover in 2019 has freshened things up. Don’t expect canyon views: The complex sits a half-mile from the rest of the village in a nondescript lodgepole pine forest, and you must drive to the canyon itself. And the sheer number of rooms and the super-busy village area mean Canyon isn’t the place for a quiet, off-the-grid vibe.
Yellowstone National Park
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Canyon Lodge and Cabins
In Canyon Village
Our Rating Neighborhood Canyon Village Area Hours Open Mid-May to mid-Oct. Transportation 40 miles from the West Yellowstone (west) entrance; 38 miles from the Gardiner (north) entrance. Phone 307/344-7311 Prices $265–$513 double; $388 cabin; $962 suite Amenities 2 restaurants; lounge; deli; free Wi-Fi in Washburn lobby and dining area Units 590 units Web site Canyon Lodge and Cabins
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