Yellowstone National Park The Grant Village Area

Grant Village Hotel

  • Rooms: Grant Village offers handicapped-accessible Mid-Range Rooms and High-Range Rooms. These are located on the ground floor, and have bathrooms with specially designed sinks, and toilets, and (roll-in) shower stalls. The lodging registration building is accessible

Food Service

  • Restaurant and Snack Shop, Fast Food in Hamilton General Store.


  • Yellowstone General Store, Gift Shop in Lodging Registration Building.

Rest Rooms

  • Yellowstone General Store, Restaurant, Visitor Center (with assistance), Campground (Loop A).


  • In front of Lodging Registration Building, Restaurant, accessible lodging facilities, Visitor Center, Post Office, and Yellowstone General Store.

Visitor Center

  • Building is accessible.


  • Best access is from Visitor Center.


  • Accessible showers are available at the Grant Village lodging units. Go to Lodging Registration Building for information.

Laundry - In Camper Service Building on campground entrance road. No curb has been cut for this facility so assistance will be required. No accessible rest rooms exist in this building.

Post Office

  • Building is accessible.

Scenic Area:

West Thumb

  • Information Station and upper loop are accessible. Lower loop has grades up to 10%, but no steps. Accessible Rest Rooms are near the center of the parking lot.
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