Roosevelt Lodge Cabins 100 Roosevelt Lodge Road Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190 US TripAdvisor® Traveler Rating 431 Book Now Website (307) 344-7311 Email Get Directions Details Wrapper Description Description Named for Yellowstone enthusiast Theodore Roosevelt who regularly visited the park, this rustic log lodge and cabin facility was built in in an area of the park that was a favorite of Theodore Roosevelt. The rustic cabins and family style dining are a favorite of families and fisherman alike. From the front porch guests can rock their stress to sleep and awaken their "Old West spirit." A large corral operation offers horseback trail rides, stagecoach adventures and our popular Old West Dinner Cookout, where the steaks are tender, the wranglers are friendly, and the scenery is breathtaking. Open June 8- September 3, 2012. Full-service restaurant, old west dinner cookouts, stagecoach rides, horseback riding. Amenities Amenities 24-hour Front Desk ADA-compliant Bar/Lounge Meeting/Tour Groups Welcome Non-smoking Rooms Pet Friendly Restaurant on Premises Seasonal Reviews TripAdvisor® Traveler Reviews By Besthen - 220052 on Jan,1 1970 Lovely Lamar Valley We loved our little cabin in Roosevelt. We stayed a few days in mid-August and it was perfect weather for hiking and adventures. Went on the Horseback ride/cookout and had a great time. My hubs... Read Full Review By johnwynp - 220052 on Jan,1 1970 Rustic is okay, but no toilet paper in only nearby bathroom is not. Rude front desk also. I have stayed at Roosevelt Lodge Cabins in other years, and I knew to expect an old fashioned, uninsulated cabin with a community bathroom to serve about twenty units. I also expected that women's... Read Full Review By WoodyMCP - 220052 on Jan,1 1970 The Best Place to Stay in Yellowstone This is the best place to stay in all of Yellowstone. Bed down in a Roughrider Cabin and you feel like it is 100 years ago. They are comfortable yet spartan, the shared bathhouses are convenient... Read Full Review See All Reviews Related Content Have You Discovered Devils Tower Country? Create Your Own Adventure in Sweetwater County Road Tripping through Wyoming: 17 Sights to See off I-80 What’s Your Snowmobiling Personality?