Welcome to Greater Yellowstone

Think about a region so awe-inspiring that after having seen it in 1871, the members of the Hayden Expedition sat around a campfire near the Madison River and conceived of an entity both audacious and visionary: a "National Park." — C.J. Box, novelist, Wyoming

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Mammoth Hotel Dining Room

Mammoth Hotel Dining Room

Dine in a casual setting, while enjoying views of what was once the parade ground of the original Fort Yellowstone. It's also not uncommon to have front row views of grazing elk and bison from the windows of the Mammoth Hotel Dining Room. But the food is also something to look forward to, with our value priced "small plate" options including Bison Sliders, Wild Game Meatballs and Mini Trout Tacos. Breakfast is ala carte or buffet. In winter, wolf watching is immensely popular. If you're...
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Grant Village Lake House

Grant Village Lake House Restaurant

The Lake House is a short walk or drive from the Grant Village lodge buildings. The walk through the woods leads to a former marina, where the restaurant provides incredible views of the West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake. But the views are only part of the appeal. The food is pretty good too! The...
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Wyoming Range

This high-elevation backcountry of elk range and trout streams anchors the southern reaches of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and is a favorite of resident hunters, anglers, and horsemen. The Wyoming Range is a paradise of quiet roads and trails and fields of wildflowers, is rich in Oregon...
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