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Beautiful location. Check-in was friendly and efficient. We were in site 42 , riverside, which is at the very front of the park. I would not suggest this site because the pump used to pull water from the river was near this site and disturbed...More
We made reservations at the Longhorn to treat ourselves to a stay in a hotel after camping and backpacking. A change in our plans forced us to cancel the first night of our stay with less than 72 hours notice ( their policy) and they...More
The positives about this place are the location and the very friendly staff. However, the rooms in the lodge are very small with paper-thin walls that you can easily hear the conversations in adjacent rooms. The tile floors are cold to wake up to in...More
After a whirlwind trip through Cody, Yellowstone, and the Grand Tetons it was nice to kick back and enjoy a few quiet days at Longhorn Ranch & RV Resort. Full hook-ups, WiFi, nice shower and laundry facilities, fire pits, big rig friendly, and we were...More
Not the easiest place to find but worth it when you do.
Rooms are immaculately clean and and the staff very very friendly.
Breakfast in the morning was delightful and you will find it hard to find a cleanlier breakfast room..so well maintained .
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Yes, Longhorn is very pet friendly. I took 5 dogs with me. Many people set up little fenced areas to give their dogs more room to run as they otherwise have to be leashed. They also have a non-covered kennel area you can... More
Yes, Longhorn is very pet friendly. I took 5 dogs with me. Many people set up little fenced areas to give their dogs more room to run as they otherwise have to be leashed. They also have a non-covered kennel area you can keep your dog for a small fee. I opted for a boarding kennel in Dubois and it was atrocious! Better to keep them at Longhorn if you are planning a pet-free day in the national parks.