Yellowstone National Park (Vacation Travel Guide)

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    Yellowstone National Park (Vacation Travel Guide)

    Yellowstone National Park

    On March 1, 1872, Yellowstone became the first national park for all to enjoy the unique hydrothermal and geologic wonders.

    Today, the park hosts millions of visitors annually, from winter visitors exploring wintery snowscapes to summer visitors observing wildlife in an intact ecosystem and watching those same hydrothermal wonders.

    Yellowstone is seasonal. Plan Your Visit by learning about current conditions, seasons, road conditions, services, activities, and more.

    People visit Yellowstone and discover an amazing variety of experiences and destinations. We hope you'll have fun, make lifelong memories, and enjoy this special place.

    Where to Stay in Yellowstone


    Top Things To Know

    Yellowstone in Winter

    1. Be patient and flexible
      Hundreds of thousands of people visit Yellowstone during the months of June, July, and August. It's also a big place: traffic and road construction often make drive times longer than expected.
    2. 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.
    3. A digital guide to enhancing your experience
      Download the free NPS Yellowstone app (and offline content) before you arrive.
    4. Plan ahead
      Campgrounds and lodges fill early, so finding a place to sleep at the last minute is unlikely.
    5. Drive responsibly
      Observe posted speed limits and use pullouts to watch wildlife, take pictures, and let other cars pass.
    6. Stay on boardwalks
      Hot springs have injured more people than any other natural feature (including animals).
    7. Bears inhabit the entire park
      Bears are not just the backcountry, so learn how to travel safely in bear country.
    8. Practice safe selfies
      Never approach animals to take pictures and always be aware of your surroundings.
    9. Early (and late) birds avoid crowds and traffic
      Visit the park during nonpeak hours—before 9 am and after 3 pm. Check out the list of seasonal highlights.
    10. Explore beyond our borders
      The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem includes much more than the park. Plan your trip to take in the vibrant communities, public lands, and natural wonders throughout this area.

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    Watch here a Video Travel Guide of Yellowstone

    source: Expedia

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