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Pahaska Teepee Resort
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Rustic outpost hotel
User: Rob5006 from: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Nov, 14, 2018
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
The hotel is located just east of the east entrance. Just minutes from Yellowstone. It is a rustic hotel. No frills, but nice comfortable rooms. There is a good restaurant and a gas station at the hotel. There is not nothing else around but the hotel and the entrance to the park. We stayed in one of the cabins and enjoyed it.

Fun Place
User: monica0586 from: Exton, Pennsylvania
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Nov, 8, 2018
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018
Rating: 3
Stayed here while touring Yellowstone, East Entrance is very close. Neat place. Comfortable cabin with all necessities. Also had dinner there, was a bit pricely but good. Was closing day after we left, so were a bit low on items, but we didn't care. Beautiful location. Would highly recommend.

Beautiful Setting
User: Tanya C from: Bountiful, Utah
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Nov, 1, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
Beautiful setting, got upgraded to a huge, luxury cabin, after another guest never checked out of the cabin I had reserved. Nice restaurant, interesting historical cabin to view. Unfortunately not very quite, as it is right on the highway into Yellowstone's East Entrance. However, nice little shop and not a long drive into Cody, or Yellowstone, where there is so much to do.
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Jump Start on Yellowstone East - but Plan Accordingly!
User: saucyrossi9242 from: Thermopolis, Wyoming
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Oct, 8, 2018
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
If you're reading this, I assume you're planning a trip to Yellowstone and want a jump-start close to the East Entrance. So here are some facts: - This is absolutely the closest you can get to the East Entrance - the gate is literally five minutes down the road. But . . . - It's another hour from here to Fishing Bridge and most of THE sights of Yellowstone (there are vistas and points of interest along the route, but not much) - Pahaska Tepee has a gas station, a gift shop with some essentials, and a restaurant. If you need to: Stock. Up. Here. It'll be a lot cheaper than acquiring any of this in the park itself. - It is another hour or so to Cody, aka the nearest Walmart. Plan accordingly, especially if you're planning to drive at night. The road to Pahaska is gorgeous but also treacherous, especially in late spring/early fall - plan to drive with at least some daylight. - Pahaska is in a national forest. There are large critters here. I saw several bison during my stay - many within a few feet of my cabin. As a hotel, its perfectly serviceable. If you are looking for a more conventional hotel/motel and are not a fan of a more rustic evening, you might look elsewhere. But if you are heading into the park via Cody and want to shave an hour of your Yellowstone experience, this is absolutely your best option. Its not a luxury hotel, but its not supposed to be. The setting and atmosphere will get you in the adventurous spirit, and make you crave the natural wonders ahead. I definitely and positively recommend Pahaska Tepee. Would stay here again, but plan accordingly. Once you're here its harder to turn back - and you definitely won't want to. Yellowstone beckons! https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g60442-d4881159-r623228220-Pahaska_Tepee-Cody_Wyoming.html#
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A little bit of comfort in the wilderness
User: nyer59 from: suffern,ny
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Oct, 5, 2018
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
We booked this little gem for 1 night during an end of season visit to Yellowstone National Park. We chose it for its location on the Eastern border of the park because it is on the road to Cody. I did not know anything about it, except that it was cabins without tv, Internet, etc., and set in the woods. I liked the sound of that,and decided to take a chance. I am sooo glad that I did!! This place is abundant in history, charm, friendliness, and hominess. First off, it was built by Buffalo Bill Cody in 1904. It is situated on what Teddy Roosevelt called “ the most beautiful 50 miles in America”, and it has the feeling of an old camp in the woods. Pahaska has a caring and attentive staff, a very good dining room with a very nice and reasonably priced menu, groceries, gas, and a really nice gift shop. The rooms are cabin style, very basic, but super comfy, and clean. Here’s the best part. We arrived after a full day of exploring Yellowstone and seeking out it’s often elusive wildlife. On the way to Pahaska, we saw a grizzly bear, and we were super excited. We checked in, headed to our cabin where we were greeted by a giant buffalo right outside our cabin!! The next morning we were greeted, not only by the buffalo, but elk and mule deer. It was fabulous!!! We would have stayed on the remote east side another night if we had not already paid for a place in West Yellowstone. Pahaska, Cody, and the magnificent 50 miles in between, were highlights of our Yellowstone trip.
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