Looking for where to stay on Yellowstone Lake? Try Lake Lodge and Cabins. From the lodge’s front deck, you can rock in wicker chairs while soaking up the view of a meadow backed by blue water.
The rustic lodge has a dining room and cozy lobby, both with rock fireplaces. Behind the lodge, three types of cabins in multiplex units offer places to stay. They each have their own bathrooms, but lack televisions and air-conditioning. For those looking for budget lodging, the historic Pioneer Cabins cost under $100 per night.
Set in Lake Village, the location works for hiking, but you’ll need to drive to nearby trailheads such as Elephant Back and Natural Bridge. South of Lake Village, Bridge Bay Marina rents boats and guides boat tours.
Lake Lodge is open early June through late September.