“Explore Yellowstone in Comfort!”
In the early days, Yellowstone's visitors began their park exploration at Mammoth Hot Springs, named after the steaming limestone terraces just above the hotel area. Today, Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel offers a warm welcome to summer and winter visitors. Elk routinely graze outside the hotel around the parade grounds of what was once Fort Yellowstone. Please note that all park accommodations are non-smoking and reflecting the natural surroundings of Yellowstone; televisions, radios, air conditioning are not available. Internet service is available for purchase in the Lounge & Restaurant. Wheelchair accessible accommodations are available on a limited basis. Call our Reservations office, toll free 1.866.GEYSERLAND (439-7375) or 307.344.7311, for further information. Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel is open in the summer and for the winter. In winter, Mammoth is the only visitor accommodations in Yellowstone accessible by automobile and is a hub for snowy adventures, offering access to incredible wildlife watching, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating and a launching point for over-snow explorations of the park’s interior. Services and activities are plentiful and designed to maximize winter recreation and exploration. Located near the North Entrance, Mammoth Hotel elevation is approximately 6200 feet and is open from December to March.
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