Yellowstone National Park Journals

Yellowstone National Park

A July 2003 trip to Yellowstone National Park by jpeterson424

Chuck Wagon Picnic Photo, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming More Photos
Quote: One week trip to Yellowstone National Park including camping, dining, and activities.

Grant Village Campground

Hotel | "Grant Village"

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Best Things Nearby: Best Things About the Resort: Resort Experience:Bare necessities available to those who want to experience Yellowstone to the fullest extent. Campground offers bathroom facilities and campsites. Provides only things necessary to survive for those who are specifically looking for this atmosphere. Bear-proof containers are available on site to store food. No food can be stored in tents or vehicles. Campground is located a long distance from any major attractions in the park. Recommended to anyone who wants to experience the wilderness aspect of Yellowstone 24/7 with no pampering or luxury accommodations. ...Read More

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on April 14, 2004

Grant Village Campground
22 miles north of South Yellowstone Entrance
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

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We dined at the dining room of the Lake Yellowstone Hotel on multiple occasions for both dinner and breakfast. Breakfast is offered as both a buffet and menu items. Anyone from a table can choose to order from the menu or visit the buffet, or both.

Dinner is also excellent. Large selection of various items ranging from typical casual dining to local cuisine. Local cuisine includes both elk and bison.

Would highly recommend a visit to the Lake Yellowstone Hotel dining room for at least one meal during your visit to the park.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 8, 2004

Lake Yellowstone Hotel
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 82190
(307) 344-7381

Chuck Wagon Picnic

Attraction

Chuck Wagon Picnic Photo, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
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Several horse drawn covered wagons holding approximately 20 people each take you on a 15-20 minute ride into Yellowstone's Canyon region. A large picnic-style buffet awaits in a massive open area surrounded by hills and mountains. Picnic tables are available and entertainment is provided by the guides. Food is served buffet style. Includes beef as well as vegetarian selections. Home-style beans, cornbread and other "fixings" also offered, as well as dessert. Occasional wildlife is spotted during the picnic. Bears and moose have been seen during this tour. Guests are also allowed to approach and pet the horses pulling the wagons. Food is excellent and the guides are ...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 8, 2004

Chuck Wagon Picnic
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 82190
(307) 344-7381