In many ways it is our desire to “get back to the basics” that make log cabin lodging so appealing, but with such a variety of choices in cabins in Yellowstone Park we thought it might be fun to list a few items for consideration. When you book a cabin for your visit to Yellowstone National Park there are some common points you may want to consider:
- What is the size of your party?
- How many days will you be staying?
- Will you be visiting other attractions in the area?
- Will you have your own transportation?
- What kind of activities will you want to have access to when you’re at your cabin?
- Will you need kitchen facilities or do you prefer to dine out?
Once you have answered these questions it’s time to consider the many types of cabins Yellowstone Park visitors have to choose from:
There are the “roughing it” cabins (no heat or running water, outdoor toilets)
There are the “resort” cabins (who wants to go hiking in Yellowstone when it feels so good just to stay in the hotel?)
Then there are Luton’s Teton Cabins – the perfect blend of log cabin lodging, location and amenities!