From the bloggers at The Seattle Times
When I planned a mid-September visit to Yellowstone National Park, I assumed I’d enjoy reasonable shoulder-season lodging rates.
A check of lodging in hotel-crowded West Yellowstone showed rates starting around $182 a night and rising rapidly from there. I was hoping for something less than $120 a night. Yellowstone’s popularity keeps it pricey.
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