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Pahaska Tepee, Cody

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.4/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
Pahaska has been the principle Lodge near the East Entrance of Yellowstone Park on the Cody Road to Yellowstone since 1904. The main Lodge houses a full service Restaurant, Tavern and Gift shop. Modern guest cabins are located in the forest behind the lodge. Trail rides are available June through August. Open for free tours in July & August, Buffalo Bill's original Lodge is still standing and is listed on the National Historic Register.
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  • Ate breakfast here before entering park. Pancakes excellent, French toast super. Staff was friendly and efficient. Can also see Buffalo Bill's original hunting lodge on property. 
  • Buffalo Bill was an entrepreneur and ran a wagon/stagecoach road from the town (Cody) into Yellowstone National Park. One of the overnight stops was Pahaska Teepee (Pahaska was Buffalo Bill's Sioux na...  read more »
  • We had read the reviews for Pahaska Teepee Resort so we were somewhat familiar with the establishment. We were headed East after our Yellowstone stay, this was our primary reason for selecting this lo...  read more »
  • On the east side of Yellowstone, very convenient if you want to hike in the area. its one hour drive from the cyclic park road. Our room was not so clean, the blanket was torn and the bathroom sink was horrible - old and rusty. The breakfast in the main lodge though was very good, the service was rude.
  • Had the BEST TIME ever in Yellowstone-- Stayed at this cute resort for our nights rest. Keep in mind you are in the middle of NO WHERE, and don't count on cell service, wifi, or tv. My Kids LOVED it-- without wifi and all. They have horse riding trails. Let me tell you THEY HAVE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL trail. (we road with them, and another place, Real McCoy was the best and prettier trail.) The Wrangler, William was kind, and very informative with information as we road through.
  • This place is way too expensive. The pictures online are deceiving and the bathroom sink is disgusting with crust never been cleaned. There is no room to move around if you bring your luggage inside. No wifi no cell service which shouldn't be a problem if you're visiting Yellowstone since you're there to see nature. But they should give you a password for wifi when it doesn't even reach your room.
  • We stayed 3 nights at Pahaska. It was a great experience. The property was beautiful and only 2 miles from the east entrance to Yellowstone. The staff was courteous and the facility had everything we needed (lodging, good food, gas, ice and horse rides in the mountains). Our family stayed in the 3 bed unit upstairs in a cabin. One room had an ac unit. The other room did not and it was warm (July). The restaurant had the best omelette I've ever eaten. Sara was our waitress and she was great. By the end of our stay she was virtually family. Ray was our guide on the horse ride and did a wonderful job even with our child who was very inexperienced on horseback. We had a wonderful vacation and can't wait to go back. In response to some of the bad reviews let me say this: If you have never been to Yellowstone you need to know its in the middle of nowhere. So the prices are high and there is virtually no internet or phone service. That's just how it is. It can also get hot in the summer. So if you're looking for maximum comfort and luxury you might want to go somewhere else. But if you want to see the most awesome natural place ever you will love it here.
  • Awesome food and service. Had the ribeye and was perfect. Bartender was really nice. Has a grocery store and staff there was very nice as well