Is Yellowstone on your agenda, too? Then consider staying at Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch, conveniently located between Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Situated two miles south of the entrance to Yellowstone along the John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway, Headwaters Lodge & Cabins offer campsites and cabins a short walk from the Snake River.
The perfect place to unplug and unwind (there is no cell phone service or WiFi), Headwaters is ideal for fly fishing trips, rafting on the Snake River, guided trips through Yellowstone, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, photography and so much more. Be sure to reserve early in the summer.
Pitch your tent in the shadow of towering pines and majestic mountains. No tent? No problem. Camper cabins are scattered throughout the property with bunk beds, picnic tables, an outdoor fire pit and easy access to public restrooms and laundry facilities. Headwaters also has RV sites with full hook-ups.
For something more luxurious, book one of the Headwaters Cabins, which include queen or king beds, private bathrooms, patio, coffee maker (and in some cases mini fridge and microwave). From your doorstep you’ll enjoy hiking trails, plus access to the Snake River.
These cabins offer a comfortable and cozy stay for your National Park vacation. Each room has a private bath, telephone, coffee maker, and patio with rocking chair. Deluxe and premium cabins also include a mini refrigerator and microwave.
To speak to our Reservation Team, please call 307-543-2861.
* A utility fee of $1.50 per night is imposed on all lodging products to defer the higher cost of providing water and sewer in the remote locations in which we operate. The amount of this fee is determined by taking the difference in the cost of providing these services less the comparable cost of similar services the Town of Jackson, WY. This fee is reviewed annually and approved by the National Park Service.
If you can pull yourself away from the jaw-dropping views outside, you’ll find cozy accommodations inside our standard cabins.
Complete with paved walkways, patios, and rocking chairs, our Deluxe Cabins are situated near the Snake River Valley for quick access to hiking trails and fishing streams. Explore on foot during the day, then relax in a rocking chair among the pine trees at night.
Surrounded by paved walkways, each Premium Cabin features two private entrances – including a sliding door with access to rocking chairs overlooking nearby towering pine trees and the Snake River Valley.
Our wooded campground is located near the Snake River with views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The campground features 24 hour showers, laundry facilities, tent sites, newly built Camper Cabins, and pull through RV sites with full hook-up (20, 30,50 amp). Each site has a fire pit and picnic table. Reservations are available for the RV Park and Camper Cabins and are highly recommended during summer months.
* A utility fee of $1 per night is imposed on all camping products to defer the higher cost of providing water and sewer in the remote locations in which we operate. The amount of this fee is determined by taking the difference in the cost of providing these services less the comparable cost of similar services the Town of Jackson, WY. This fee is reviewed annually and approved by the National Park Service.
Who needs a tent? Our Camper Cabins are scattered through the campground areas and provide a fun outdoor camping experience. Outside, each cabin is equipped with a fire pit and picnic table. Inside, each cabin features bunk style beds with padding. Camper Cabins don’t offer electricity, bedding, or private restrooms. The shared campground does offer 24-hour shower and laundry facilities. Camper Cabins can accommodate as many as five people with a cot.
Reservations highly recommended. Call (307) 543-2861
Headwaters Camper Cabins are closed for the 2016 SeasonBook Now
Pitch your tent and relax in our campground. Sites are offered on a first come, first serve basis.
Headwaters Tent Sites are closed for the 2016 SeasonBook Now
If you’re looking for a place to park your RV, it’ll be next impossible to beat this location. Surrounded by stunning mountains and valleys, our campground features 24-hour showers, laundry facilities, and pull-through RV sites with full hook-up (including 20,30 & 50-amp). The only thing missing is some tall tales, which you’ll have to make up yourself.
$70 per night plus tax & fees
Reservations highly recommended. Call (307) 543-2861
Headwaters RV Sites are Closed for the 2016 SeasonBook Now
With a location just south of Yellowstone, and located on the headwaters overlooking the Snake River there is plenty to fill your days. Many activities depart directly from Flagg like Horseback riding and River Rafting.
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Offering the finest Yellowstone and Grand Teton National park memorabilia Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch is the perfect resting post. Possibly you are just stopping through and need a grab and go lunch, we can handle that.
At Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch we offer a well stocked convenience store with all your daily needs from food to shampoo. We also have a gift shop with an assortment Grand Teton and Yellowstone souvenirs.
Whether you are looking to take a stroll along the headwaters of the Snake River, or you want to explore Flagg Canyon there are some spectacular hikes available.
This level trail offers visitors a loop through forest and wetland areas with a chance to see wildlife along polecat creek.
The Flagg Canyon Trail follows the canyon rim along the west side of the Snake River. As this trail only gets light to moderate use, quiet hikers may see elk, squirrels, grouse, and otters.
After feasting your eyes on world-class views, it’ll soon be time to feed your belly. Sheffields Restaurant, located in the Headwaters Lodge, is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. “Hearty” and “Tasty” make repeat appearances on the menu. You’ll be happy you came.
Should you want something stiff to drink, Sheffields Saloon offers a chance to unwind with a variety of local brews and spirits. It’s an authentic Western Saloon setting, minus someone smashing a wooden chair over your back.