MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS REGION

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Where to Eat

Where To Eat

Mammoth Hot Springs Dining Room (Does not take reservations)
Xanterra Parks & Resorts operates eight dining rooms in the park with a variety of mouth-watering options to choose from. Some dining rooms require advance reservations for dinner while others take walk-ins only. To make a reservation at a dining room that requires advance dinner reservations, please call Xanterra Parks & Resorts toll-free at 1-866-GEYSERLAND (866-439-7375)...View More

Terrace Grill
Convenient time-saving meals at the Fast Food restaraunts and snack shops will get you in and out quickly with a full stomach giving you more time to spend enjoying Yellowstone's splendor...View More

Mammoth General Store (Snack Shop & Groceries)
Yellowstone General Stores has a total of 12 stores conveniently located around the park in all major areas. Most of the general stores are in historical park buildings with rich history of their own...View More

Lava Creek Picnic Area
This is a small picnic area on the Mammoth/Tower Road just down the road from Undine Falls. There are 5 picnic tables and a restroom available here. Lava Creek flows right next to the picnic area and...View More

Boiling River Picnic Area
Enjoy an amazing view of Mt. Everts in the distance and the cool water of the Gardner River as it flows right by the picnic area. Across the road from this picnic area is the popular Boiling River Swimming Area, where visitors enjoy soaking ...View More

Sheepeater Cliff Picnic Area
The Sheepeater Cliff Picnic Area is a great place to have a picnic and enjoy a natural feature while you're at it. The feature is a unique looking rock face where the rocks are...View More

Apolinaris Picnic Area
This picnic area is comprised of 6 tables and a bathroom and sits in a mostly shaded wooded area. Across the road you will find the namesake for the picnic area. Apolinaris Spring was once a popular stopping point for thirsty travelers as they made their way through the park. Back in the late 1800s...View More

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