Are both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks on your itinerary? Consider staying at Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch, conveniently located between both parks along the Snake River. Lodging options include cabins, RV sites (with full hook-ups), tent sites, and camper cabins.
Just two miles from the south entrance of Yellowstone, Headwaters Lodge & Cabins is a convenient basecamp for exploration. This spectacular location puts you in the heart of western Wyoming, and offers the perfect place to relax and unwind. WiFi and limited cellular service are available, however, with so much to fill your days, we encourage you to put away your technology and simply enjoy being in nature!
Here are just few things you’ll enjoy when you unplug with us:
Be sure to visit Sheffields Restaurant and enjoy our local Wyoming dishes! We also offer a saloon, convenience store and morning coffee bar. What are you waiting for? Enjoy two incredible national parks all from one great location!
Reservations can be made up to one year in advance.
Our cabins offer a comfortable and cozy stay for your National Park vacation. Each room has a private bath, telephone, coffee maker, and front porch with rocking chairs. Deluxe and Premium cabins also include a mini-refrigerator and microwave.
Headwaters is open seasonally from early June to late September. Reservations for all cabins can be made online or by calling 800-443-2311.
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, porches, 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 laundry facilities as well as newly renovated showers and restrooms. Camping options include 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.
Camping at Headwaters is available seasonally from early-June to late-September. Reservations for can be made online at Recreation.gov.
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, either a double-double bunk or double-single bunk (pictured.) 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. A limited number of sleeping bags, pillows and blankets are available for nightly fees.
Reservations are available on Recreation.gov.
Pitch your tent and relax in our campground. Sites are by reservation only and can be booked at Recreation.gov.
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.
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After feasting your eyes on world-class views, feast on a hearty Wyoming-style meal! Sheffields Restaurant, located in the Main Lodge, is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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.
Try the local favorite, the Bison Burger, or our Grand Prismatic Salad with Peach BBQ Chicken and Chipotle Ranch. Looking for a smaller plate to share? Try the Flagg Ranch Nachos. Any selection offers a savory medley of flavors after a full day of exploring.
We also serve dinner, which in addition to the options above, also offers larger entrees such as Salmon filet and Prime Rib. In the mornings, join us for a hot breakfast sure to get you ready for a day of adventure!
With a location just south of Yellowstone and on the headwaters of the Snake River, there is plenty to fill your days. Options onsite include:
Our Reservations and Front Desk Agents can also help you arrange a variety of activities offered throughout Grand Teton National Park.
Stock up on supplies and snacks at the Convenience Store, or take care of all your shopping for souvenirs, park memorabilia, camping supplies and more at the Gift Shop, located in the Main Lodge.
Our gift shop features an assortment Grand Teton and Yellowstone souvenirs. We offer local, handmade gifts. You'll find a beautiful selection of jewelry, including Native American jewelry. Hiking maps, guide books, and books featuring the local history are available. The gift shop also has a camping section with any supplies you may need. If you're looking for the perfect shirt to remember your trip by, you'll be able to choose from t-shirts, sweatshirts, and more!
We offer a well stocked convenience store with all your daily needs. After you fuel up, you'll find a variety of snacks and easy meals to take on your drive, back to your camp site, or on a hike. We sell necessities like shampoo and other toiletries. We also sell beer, wine, and liquor.
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 in this area suitable for all ability levels.
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.