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Under Canvas Yellowstone
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User: JAE2512 from: Murrieta, California
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Mar, 6, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
This review is only for the restaurant. Unfortunately we were only passing through town so we weren’t able to glamp. We were driving through Montana and the teens were starting to get hangry. We just happened to see Under Canvas! The restaurant is a log cabin style place with lots of taxidermy animals. We loved it! The hostess station actually takes all the orders. You seat yourself. There is plenty of seating. Servers bring your food to your table. There is also a bar so you can order drinks with your food too. All of our food was delicious. Large portions too. Would definitely eat here again. The view was beautiful and seeing all the tents was pretty cool. We would love to come back sometime and glamp!

It was fun but bring your warm cloths.
User: Carie C from:
Published Date: Feb, 12, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
This is in a beautiful area, and it was very peaceful. However we froze every single morning. The wood stoves would shut off in the night and there was no other way to get heat. I really feel like they need to have alternate ways to he your tent when the wood stove is not on and it is really cold. I do not think I would stay here again, the experience was cool and I suppose if you wanted to take your kids some place where they can stay in a tent this would be good, but go in July!!

Great Glamping!
User: lisacY7010ZX from: Ossining, New York
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Sep, 19, 2018
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
We spent two nights in a Safari tent which was perfect for our family of 3. Thank goodness for the wood burning stove, as it got down to 30 at night at the end of August. The grounds are beautiful & the staff helpful. We'd love to come back for a longer stay -- great location to access & explore Yellowstone.
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Great place to try glamping!
User: badmaru from: San Jose, California
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Sep, 13, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
If you're looking to go camping, but don't want to give up normal everyday amenities like a hot running shower and a toilet, then this may be the answer to what you're looking for. Under Canvas gives you that opportunity to go camping and have the leg work done for you. We stayed in the deluxe tent that had its own shower, sink and toilet. The shower is a chain shower, meaning that you have to pull on a chain for it to work, but they have a small hook that you attach the chain to so you don't have to constantly pull on it for there to be water. They provide shower gel, shampoo and conditioner. If you're staying in a tent that does not have its own shower, you don't have conditioner. So campers make sure you bring your own lotion and whatever toiletries you may need - you're camping, so they will not have toothbrushes, toothpaste or whatever you might forget. The tent itself was actually quite large. It had a king size bed, two small night stands, two fold up chairs, wood stove and a large box that you could use to hold your personal items (we used it as an additional table). If you're traveling as a couple, there was more than enough space. Our toddler stayed in a cot and sleeping bag. The cot was about 1.5 feet off the ground - I would highly recommend using that if you're bringing a child. There are potential critters and you don't want your child to be surprised in the middle of the night. The sleeping bag they provided was rated for 0 degrees and it came with a liner. Our child didn't have a problem with the cold evenings in that sleeping bag and liner. (The temperature at night dropped to the mid to high 30s when we visited.) Our tent had a wood stove with the wood pellets. I highly recommend that you get the staff to start the fire for you and that you request the stove with the wooden pellets. The pellets automatically drop into the fire so that you don't have to do it overnight. On our first night, we didn't have the staff start the fire; my SO had to keep getting up every 2 hours to try to keep the fire going. Also, if you have a child, ask the staff to start the fire while you're at dinner so by the time you need to shower, the tent isn't too cold. There are two small lamps in the tent and a small lamp for the bathroom area. We brought our own battery powered lanterns and that helped to keep the tent nicely lit. Alternatively, you could probably just bring some flashlights too. The two lamps in the main tent area have 2 battery packs (one on each lamp) that you can use USB cables to charge things. Make sure you actually turn them on to charge your devices. There is a small switch along the battery pack that you can press to charge your device. We used the car to charge our devices since there were times when we were in the car for awhile. Also, no food is allowed in the tents since it's bear country. We kept our food in the trunk of the car and that was fine. The campgrounds were pretty cool. There were some toys for the children to use while they're at the big greeting tent. At night, there was a campfire next to the big greeting tent that you can make s'mores. I think were was also a river along the back part of the campgrounds, but we didn't explore that. The accommodations includes breakfast at Embers, which is the restaurant affiliated with Bar N Ranch. The breakfast was standard fare - think free breakfast from like a Four Points hotel. One morning they had pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, oatmeal and toast. The next morning they had french toast sticks, sausage, scrambled eggs, yogurt, grits and toast. You can ask them to provide you with a to go lunch if you're planning to spend a day in the park or what not, but you have to place your order the night before (I think before 5 PM). The location of the campgrounds was pretty close to the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park, West Yellowstone and the West Yellowstone airport. For those of you who want to minimize the amount of driving prior to getting to Yellowstone, than this location is ideal. There are many ways to enter Yellowstone National Park, but if you want be close but not in the park, this may be the closest location (West Yellowstone not necessarily Under Canvas). In summary, if you're looking for a wonderful camping experience, don't want to really rough it and want to explore Yellowstone, Under Canvas is a cool way to experience all that. Just remember that this is STILL camping and not a 5 star hotel. So have the mind set of having fun without the electronics and you'll have a fun time.
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Good place for glamping
User: viseshvardhan b from:
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Sep, 9, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
The staff was humble and took good care of us. The place was really good, as u can see in the attached picture the view of the mountains was stunning and at night the show can have a start gazining as well. Loved this place.

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