Located just outside of Yellowstone National Park's east entrance is Pahaska Tepee, nestled in the trees at the foot of Cody Peak. Here guests will find not only beautiful views but also affordable lodging options and genuine western hospitality. Pahaska Tepee is Buffalo Bill's Original Lodge at the eastern gateway to Yellowstone built by Colonel William F "Buffalo Bill" Cody at the turn of the century. Every facet of the lodge, now registered with the National Historic Register, has been preserved in every detail and when you walk into its front doors, you'll feel as if you're walking into another era. With its location in a scenic valley along one of the most beautiful highways in Wyoming, guests will surely not be disappointed.
Pahaska Tepee offers a variety of cabin accommodations ranging from small cabins perfect for couples to larger family cabins with kitchens. All cabins include private bathrooms, heating, and spectacular mountain scenery. On-site amenities include the Lodgepole Dining Room, the Tepee Tavern, gift shop, gas station, and convenience store and horseback riding. Just 1 mile east of the lodge is ziplining and during the winter, Pahaska is located at the center of over 25,000 cross country ski trails.