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3 nights in wyoming - family with teen boys - (overwhelmed!!) - July 10-13

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wow! I thought this would be easier, I know it is a huge time of year to be here, I just had no idea how many options on places to stay. I had thought of just staying all nights in one location, as I hate packing up every day, but I don't know.

There is availability at places...some more pricey than others, but for just a few nights, I don't mind spending a bit for the right place (as the rest of the vacation is spent at a friends home, so no cost there).

Jenny Lake Lodge was my first pick, but now looking at Old Faithful, which there are scattered availability (and I don't mind last minute reservations that always seem to appear as it gets closer to the time...calling daily!). Don't know about Jackson Lake Lodge, Colton Bay Village and Headwater Lodge. Really like old charm versus generic hotels. (who doesn't!)

BUT, I really am wondering, is there NOT one general area to stay that would let you see alot (I know we can't see it all!).

Interests are seeing geysers, some mountain hiking, NON COMMERCIAL AREAS a plus, QUAINT LODGES A PLUS!!!!!

My dream?? A small cabin with a kitchenette, two queens...I don't mind paying big bucks for it....and staying in one easy location for three nights and seeing what is realistic to see and keep us busy for those three days....(then on to Montana!)

I appreciate any help, just trying to make this relaxing and not moving a mile a minute!

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