Yellowstone Valley Inn & RV Park

(6 Reviews)

3324 Yellowstone Hwy., Cody, WY 82414

307-587-3961

877-587-3961

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GPS: 44.4749, -109.411

Yellowstone Valley Inn & RV Park is located at 3324 Yellowstone Hwy., Cody, Wyoming 82414 with a total of 60 campsites. Before your trip to Yellowstone Valley Inn & RV Park, check out website at http://www.yellowstonevalleyinn.com/ or contact them through 307-587-3961 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

44.4749, -109.411

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 44.4749, -109.411

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Overview of Yellowstone Valley Inn & RV Park


Longest RV Reported: 35 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Weekly Rate:

Yes

Monthly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

60

Pad Type:

gravel

Open Seasonally:

May-Oct.

Elevation:

5,544 ft / 1,689 m

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Yellowstone Valley Inn & RV Park

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  • Area Guides Avatar WeAreFunhavers
    Be aware of cancellation policy when booking

    Reviewed 1/7/2021

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    Be aware when booking that even if you give more then 15 days to cancel they charge you 1 day cancellation fee (THATS $90 JUST FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF BOOKING WITH THEM). We had to change our travel plans and cancelled more then 15 days in advance and was charged $90. So, before booking I highly recommend looking elsewhere in case theres ...moreBe aware when booking that even if you give more then 15 days to cancel they charge you 1 day cancellation fee (THATS $90 JUST FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF BOOKING WITH THEM). We had to change our travel plans and cancelled more then 15 days in advance and was charged $90. So, before booking I highly recommend looking elsewhere in case theres an emergency and you have to cancel.

  • Area Guides Avatar Stubbs
    Accommodating but Outrageous Price

    Reviewed 10/9/2020

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    Nightly rate: $98

    Days stayed: 1

    Felt a bit hoodwinked after seeing the $40-$50 prices listed here, because we were charged $97 - even with a Good Sam discount. Maybe it’s because we booked it slightly last minute? Or perhaps they raised their prices for the season? Either way it wasn’t worth the money. Site is in an open lot; smelled like open sewer. They were accomm...moreFelt a bit hoodwinked after seeing the $40-$50 prices listed here, because we were charged $97 - even with a Good Sam discount. Maybe it’s because we booked it slightly last minute? Or perhaps they raised their prices for the season? Either way it wasn’t worth the money. Site is in an open lot; smelled like open sewer. They were accommodating for late night arrivals and while we stopped late and left early, it looks like they offer a lot on the property if you wanted to take an extended stay. We have AT&T and this was the last place we had service before entering the park (none of the como grounds or Yellowstone had it).

  • Area Guides Avatar Lisa's RV Experience
    Like it but WAY too far from Yellowstone

    Reviewed 20/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $43

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 5 Teton Trail

    I selected this park because it was the closest to Yellowstone that was under 6,500' in elevation. You can select your own site on the website and I chose one near the river for the views; glad I did, they were mesmerizing. However they say the park is 30 miles from the east entrance to Yellowstone, actually it's 33 but even then it's...moreI selected this park because it was the closest to Yellowstone that was under 6,500' in elevation. You can select your own site on the website and I chose one near the river for the views; glad I did, they were mesmerizing. However they say the park is 30 miles from the east entrance to Yellowstone, actually it's 33 but even then it's another 25 miles to the central Grand Loop road in Yellowstone; it took me 95 minutes to get to the Grand Loop road and that doesn't account for the east entrance construction. To me, 3 hours round trip just to get to Yellowstone and back; not such a great use of time.The campground was clear of vegetation and basically gravel parking spots. Most are a little staggered so you're not looking directly into another RV but your neighbor's fire pit seems to be right in front of your RV. I got smoked out every night. The staff was outstanding, I ordered 3 Amazon packages and had it shipped there; it arrived a week early and they had no issues holding them for me.The laundry and rest rooms/showers were clean and in good shape. Although some of the dryers looked like they might be worn out they worked fine. Laundry takes quarters and is $2 each to wash and dry. Bath/shower rooms were on a door code lock and were locked from inside when in use. The grounds were mostly clean and nice to walk the dog all around. I didn't notice a dog area but the park was a better path anyway. There were horses about 100 yards away in another farm and fun to watch. My favorite spot in the whole park was the area with chairs overlooking the wild and raging North Fork Shoshone River; mesmerizing and calming noise, grab a glass of wine and relax there. Also there was a little pool but it wasn't filled/working yet.All in all I liked the park, it's just too far to be a Yellowstone location.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jason
    Nice spot... stay on the river!

    Reviewed 11/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: Teton 7

    It’s nice, bathrooms/showers were free, we loved the river (it was super high when we were there last week).... It’s close to the east entrance, but exploring all of Yellowstone from here is tough. We ended up leaving the camper here for a night and stayed at a hotel in West Yellowstone, MT to explore the other side of Yellowstone.

  • Area Guides Avatar Henry B
    Great views, big spots

    Reviewed 14/7/2017

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    Days stayed: 4

    If you reserve a spot online, you can pick one back along the river. Fall asleep to the sound of the river instead of the highway. The park is professionally run, the spots are huge (although a bit dusty when we were there).They have a breakfast buffet, but it was underwhelming at best -- cook in your RV. Nothing wrong with i...moreIf you reserve a spot online, you can pick one back along the river. Fall asleep to the sound of the river instead of the highway. The park is professionally run, the spots are huge (although a bit dusty when we were there).They have a breakfast buffet, but it was underwhelming at best -- cook in your RV. Nothing wrong with it, but you could do the same for a fraction of the price.

  • Area Guides Avatar The RV Nomads
    Pricey but scenic RV resort on the east side of Yellowstone NP

    Reviewed 13/9/2014

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: Deer Path 4

    The Mountain views are definitely the highlight of this RV park, as it sits in the beautiful Wapiti Valley, just east of Yellowstone National Park. We stayed in mid-September and the $27.50 rate reflects their Passport America discount after labor day for a water and electric site. Normally, the rates are $45+ for water and electric,...moreThe Mountain views are definitely the highlight of this RV park, as it sits in the beautiful Wapiti Valley, just east of Yellowstone National Park. We stayed in mid-September and the $27.50 rate reflects their Passport America discount after labor day for a water and electric site. Normally, the rates are $45+ for water and electric, and $55+ for FHU. Sites are all pull-thru and they can accommodate large rigs. The bathrooms are adequate, laundry is on site ($2 to wash, $2 to dry), and the wifi worked well, but there were only about 6 of us in the park, so I can't vouch for how fast it is when the park is busy. We were also able to get about 4 local channels with the TV antenna. It's about a 15 mile drive to Cody, WY for supplies, but the drive is stunning along the Buffalo Bill Reservoir and along the Shoshone River. Our only complaint is that it's a bit pricey for the amenities (no cable, bathrooms aren't super clean), but we also understand that they have a short season and good proximity to the National Park.

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 3 Users Last Reported 09/13/2014

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 06/11/2020

Campsite Types

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Trailer