Old Faithful Snow Lodge in Yellowstone

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Old Faithful Snow Lodge

Located in the Old Faithful area, the Snow Lodge offers modern accommodations in during the summer and winter seasons, when it is only accessible via snowcoach or snowmobile. Book Online.

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Where is the Old Faithful Snow Lodge?

The Yellowstone Snow Lodge is located at the far end of Old Faithful Bypass Road, not far from Old Faithful Geyser. GPS: 44.456450, -110.829617.

How can I make a reservation?

Make your reservations through Yellowstone National Park Lodges by calling 307-344-7311 or the toll free number: 866-GEYSERLAND (439-7375). Or Book Online.

Tell me more about the Old Faithful Snow Lodge

  • Summer Season 2017: April 28 - October 22, 2017
  • Summer Rates:
    Lodge Room with 2 Queens: $273
    Lodge Room with 1 King: $293
    Western Cabin: $183
    Frontier Cabin: $117
  • Winter Season 2016-2017: December 16th, 2017 - March 4th, 2018
  • Winter Rates:
    Lodge Room with 2 Queens: $305
    Lodge Room with 1 King: $325
    Western Cabin: $199
    Frontier Cabin: $151
  • Room Types: Lodge Rooms offer western style furnishings with full bathrooms, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Western Cabins are spacious and modern with 2 queen beds and a full bathroom. Frontier Cabins are duplexes with simple furnishings and a bathroom.
  • Amenities: A full service dining room, the Geyser Grill, and a gift store are available. No TVs, radios, or air-conditioning. WiFi is available for purchase in guest rooms and in the lobby.
  • Things to Do: Tour the Upper Geyser Basin, walking the boardwalks to view all the geothermal activity. Of course, you have to stop and see Old Faithful erupt. Just check in the visitor’s center for predicted times. In the winter, the only way to access the Snow Lodge is via snowmobile or snowcoach. Once you are here, you can rent cross country skis or snowshoes to brave the snow covered trails.
  • Historic Facts: This Yellowstone Winter Lodge is the newest lodge in the park, completed in 1999. Its rustic grandeur is highlighted with heavy timbers and logs in the construction, with a cedar-shingle roof. Classic western furnishings add to its charm.