The main Geyser Point sign.
The front entrance of the Geyser Point Bar and Grill Lounge.
The menu board at Geyser Point (spring 2017).
There is a fire pit and some stone-wall type seating around the fire pit on the walkway leading up to the Geyser Point Bar and Grill.
From the waterway, the Geyser Point Grill is in the foreground, and way off in the background, you can see the main Wilderness Lodge building.
A side view of the Geyser Point Bar and Grill. This is a walkway that is located near the waterway.
There's a lot of seating in the "lounge" area at Geyser Point. How much of it is "lounge" seating and how much is "counter service" seating just depends on time of day and how many people are there.
Ooooo... a new map. This is located on the far side of the Geyser Point Bar & Grill.
The Geyser Point Grill's counter service window is where you place your order. You will then be given a number, and a food-runner will bring the order to you when it's ready.
The Geyser Point counter service window and self-serve beverage area is located toward the back of the main building.
The self-serve beverage area at the Geyser Point Grill is on the right hand side of this photo. The lounge area (main seating area... for now) is on the left and at the back.
Opening day cast members! Yay!!!
Right around peak dining times, the area seemed to get quite packed, but this shot was taken around 7:30pm, and there was ample seating for the "counter service" guests in the lounge area.
This is about what the Geyser Point Bar and Grill looks like if you are sitting in the hot tub near the geyser (which I was not doing because you know, a wet camera is an unhappy camera).