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Duration: 12 minutes, 7 seconds Yellowstone is seasonal. What to Expect When You Arrive In our effort to ensure our services are in compliance with current local public health guidelines, guests staying with us should expect the following: All visitors are required to wear CDC-compliant masks while in the indoor public areas of our facilities, in tour vehicles, and in outdoor areas where proper distancing is not possible. Cell service and bandwidth are limited Don’t be surprised if you can’t receive calls or texts, even in the few areas you have cell reception.
Health & Safety
From our front-of-house staff to our housekeepers to our kitchens, our focus on the health and safety of our guests and employees has always been fundamental to our operations, as is our dedication to providing guests with flexibility to modify, customize, or cancel reservations. It is simply Second Nature to how we operate. As we navigate these new and interesting times, we are evaluating every aspect of our operations and taking steps to strengthen employee and guest safety.
This page on our website will be a resource to understand all of the practices we have in place regarding the health and safety of our employees and guests. We look forward to welcoming you to the magical place that we are fortunate enough to call home. What to Expect When You Arrive In our effort to ensure our services are in compliance with current local public health guidelines, guests staying with us should expect the following: All visitors are required to wear CDC-compliant masks while in the indoor public areas of our facilities, in tour vehicles, and in outdoor areas where proper distancing is not possible.
We thank you for your understanding and compliance. See additional info further down on the page regarding masks. Based on the guidance and recommendations of public health agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC and National Park Service, we are modifying the opening schedule of our operations and beginning with a first phase of limited services for Summer As health and safety guidelines allow, we hope to open additional lodging and expand services as part of a second phase of our Summer operations.
At this point, we are not able to predict when this might happen, but will be emailing our impacted guests with updates as they are available. Rooms and cabins will be available based on current health guidelines and seasonal schedules. In Phase 1, Hotel lobbies will be open without furniture and capacity limits will be enforced.
Campgrounds will be available based on current health guidelines and seasonal schedules. Campgrounds showers will not be available until further notice. Fishing Bridge RV Park is closed in Certain in-room amenities have Cell Phone Service Yellowstone National Park removed.
Stay-over housekeeping service is not available. Select tours will be available based on seasonal schedules and subject to health guidelines. Details on available tours and related guidelines can be found here. Available dining outlets will be open with take-out service. Select outlets may be available for indoor dining. Select gift shops will be open, but operating under social distancing measures and in accordance with the health and safety standards.
Dates and services are subject to change based on future conditions and public health guidance. In addition, visitors may also want to check travel guidelines in WyomingMontanaand Idaho prior to traveling.
Working with Experts We continue to adopt appropriate sanitization measures as prescribed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC and encourage you to refer to this respected resource as you make your own near-term travel plans.
We are closely monitoring government policy changes, CDC guidelines, government mandates, and public health advancements, and will continue to make changes as necessary and appropriate to our operations. At Yellowstone, the safety of our guests and staff is a top priority. Our operations include lodging, food and beverage, tours, recreation, retail, and management of many public spaces.
The cross-functional team has developed a comprehensive set of policies and protocols to enhance safety for our guests and employees across all Xanterra brands. These ongoing efforts include: Mandatory Masks: All properties, buildings, and operations managed by Xanterra…
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Our operations use cleaning products and protocols that meet EPA guidelines and are approved for use as a suite of solutions effective against viruses, bacteria and other and blood-borne pathogens. Practice safe selfies Never approach animals to take pictures and alway be aware of your surroundings. Physical Distancing: Guests will be advised to practice physical distancing by standing at least six feet away from other groups of people not traveling with them while standing in lines, using elevators or moving around the property. Hand sanitizer will be available at appropriate key locations and employees will be required to wash their hands after clocking in and throughout their workday.