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Bryce Canyon National Park, UT

Bryce Canyon Lodge offers several types of accommodations in one of America's most scenic national parks. The lodging complex sits near the park's colorful badlands, which are highlighted by the well-known hoodoos that seem to stand guard over this rugged landscape. Like Zion Lodge and Grand Canyon Lodge on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, the Bryce Canyon facility was once owned by a...

East Glacier, MT

Glacier Park Lodge is one of America's classic national park lodges. Built by the Great Northern Railway during 1912 and 1913, this is a sister lodge to Many Glacier Hotel and Price of Wales Hotel, the latter of which is in Canada's nearby Waterton Lakes National Park. Although a short distance outside the park boundary, Glacier Park Lodge is closely associated with this spectacular national...

Death Valley, CA

The Inn at Furnace Creek is one of four lodging facilities in Death Valley National Park, one of the world's driest and hottest places. It is by far the most luxurious lodge in the park; in fact, it's one of the finest in any national park. The Pacific Coast Borax...

Moran, WY

Jenny Lake Lodge is an upscale and relatively small lodging facility in the heart of scenic Grand Teton National Park. The lodge is on a one-way road that allows guests a quiet stay in a national park that receives a great many visitors. Jenny Lake Lodge has been awarded four...

Sequoia National Park, CA

Wuksachi Lodge is the lone lodging facility in Sequoia National Park, one of the most scenic and underrated units managed by the National Park Service. Two additional lodging facilities operated by a different concessionaire are in neighboring Kings Canyon National Park. Sequoia is especially noted for its eponymous groves of giant trees. Although not as tall as California's related coastal...

Crater Lake National Park, OR

Crater Lake Lodge offers the ambiance of an historic national park lodge but with the sparkle and accouterments of a more modern facility. The lodge opened in 1915 but fell into disrepair, leaving the National Park Service to consider its demolition during the 1980s when it closed. Public outcry (especially from Oregonians) resulted in a $15 million federal appropriation that paid for tearing...

Paradise, WA

Paradise Inn sits in a stunning location that affords excellent views of scenic Mount Rainier (weather permitting). The main structure was completed in 1917, while the larger attached annex was added in the 1920s. Closed for major structural work during the 2006 and 2007 seasons, the inn is back in operation.

As is the case with most of the historic national park lodges, the lobby at...

Port Angeles, WA

For many, Lake Crescent Lodge remains one of the undiscovered treasures of America's national park system. Located on the south shore of scenic Lake Crescent along the northern border of Olympic National Park, this is a lodge made for relaxing. Unlike some of...


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