‘Cabineering’ in Yellowstone National Park

Move over glamping – ‘cabineering’ is the new favourite way of camping in comfort in Yellowstone National Park USA.

We have had glamping, now it’s ‘cabineering’.

The 50 new Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone National Park have opened just in time for summer.

Located only a couple of minutes from the west entrance to the park, there is a mix of self-catering and serviced cabins.

Set out in camps of 10, the lodgings sleep four or six people with access to hotel facilities like a pool and laundry at sister property, the Yellowstone Hotel.

See visityellowstonepark.com

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