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Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch
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Headwaters Camper Cabins
User: Gail W from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jun, 23, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
We were disappointed by our stay in these camper cabins. The steps into the cabins are designed for long legged giants. It was very difficult to haul your stuff into and out of the cabins with the steps being so high and far apart. They were impossible for little kids to climb without help and could be dangerous for them to tumble down. We were also very unhappy with the restroom facilities. The campground was completely full while we were there and there are not nearly enough restroom and shower facilities for that many camping cabins, especially when all of the camper customers were also showering there. They "reserved" the sinks and showers by putting their bags, towels, etc. at every shower and sink, preventing others from access. The steam in the ladies facilities was horrible and you couldn't see anything from so many people showering at once. We were never even able to use the showers while there. The campground is beautiful. However, it was extremely crowded and probably overbooked the weekend we were there because there was not even a tent space available that didn't have a camper there. We would never stay here again and feel like it was overpriced for the quality of the cabin and facilities. The Sheffield's Restaurant was awesome and we highly recommend breakfast there. The staff was excellent!

Perfect for south entrance to Yellowstone
User: Brenda H from: Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 15, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We stayed three nights in a lovely comfortable cabin here. The lodge has a welcoming lounge area, big log fire, a nice gift shop and grocery shop. The restaurant food is very good though the service was slow when we were there. It snowed one day but the cabin warm and the paths cleared. There isn’t any wi-fi or television in the cabins but you can get it in the lodge( a bit hit and miss). However who really needs these in such a very beautiful place.
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Deluxe cabin?? They need to check definition of deluxe??!!
User: Seasidesewing from: Bishopville, Maryland
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jun, 11, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 1
We had the deluxe cabin which we had to book 13 months in advance. Would not stay here if I had known it was like this! Mattress was uncomfortable and didn’t even have fitted sheets. Room was small and poorly laid out - bathroom door hits people using sink outside it. The cabin is in a cabin that is split into 4 units so we were constantly woken up by people in adjacent cabin/unit when they decided to take a shower at 4:30 and 5:15am. There is no place to put luggage in room - no racks and only one small table. No television no WiFi and no cell reception. The lodge has a restaurant but reviews are not good and WiFi in lobby is barely usable. Checkin is 4pm but they were telling guests at 4:30 that they still didn’t have rooms because housekeeping was behind! We had dinner at restaurant in Jackson lake lodge and wish we had stayed there instead - what a difference!! Not worth the premium amount they charge for such minimal and poor accommodations. Cart to take luggage to cabin had trash in it and was loud.

Glamping
User: sazach8016 from: Loveland, Colorado
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jun, 4, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
My family and I stayed here so I could run the Teton half marathon. When we got there we didn't know where to check in and so we went to the main lodge, which wasn't officially open for another day. It took a long time to find someone who was able to give us any answers. However, when we got to the campground office the staff was friendly and knowledgeable. The sites are clean and easy to use and have full hookups which was nice. It was also nice to have no cell service and so we were able to really get away and relax.
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Good RV location for Nat'l Parks but totally off the grid
User: Tina C from:
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: May, 30, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
This RV and cabin park is located between Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, so it is very convenient for both. Unfortunately there is no connectivity there (no Wi-Fi, and no cell phone towers anywhere close). The staff was very friendly, the bathrooms and laundry areas were clean enough. There is a small store near the entrance, but the restaurant was not open until Memorial Day. I think the price was a bit high for simple an RV campsite (with hookups).

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