Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Wyoming says it’s been “a very successful resort” in the aftermath of the recent storms.
But that doesn’t mean it’s safe to travel during the summertime.
And that’s just not how many travelers are taking advantage of the resort’s open access, according to an online survey by the resort.
Read MoreNews:MoreRead MoreThe survey, which was conducted by the Rocky Mountain National Park, found that just 11 percent of guests reported feeling “very safe” while visiting Cheyena Mountain, while just 17 percent of those surveyed said they felt “very unsafe.”
Cheyene Mountain, which sits on the western edge of Yellowstone National Park and offers an open-air dining area, has hosted more than 50 million visitors since it opened in 2008.
The resort’s chief operating officer, Kevin Rittenberg, said it’s a “common misconception” that guests can get stranded during the storm.
“You’re in a park, you’ve got a lot of options to get around and get to your hotel,” he said.
“But the only thing that stops you from being in a hotel is that you don’t have access to a hotel.
That’s just a common misconception.”
Rittenberg said the resort doesn’t want to discourage people from taking advantage by offering a “blackout,” which means you’re locked out from all your favorite restaurants, bars and attractions.
“If you can’t access those places, you don