Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park, a true national treasure, was established in 1872 and remains one of the most breathtaking natural wonders in the United States. Spanning across Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, the park boasts an impressive five separate entrances, making it accessible to visitors from all directions. Yellowstone’s geothermal features are nothing short of remarkable, with half of the world’s known geysers, hot springs, and boiling mud pots found within its boundaries. Old Faithful, the park’s most famous geyser, has been reliably erupting for decades, drawing visitors from all over the world. While a vehicle is necessary to fully explore the park’s vast expanse, don’t expect to be alone. During the busy summer season, over a million visitors flock to Yellowstone, causing traffic jams both from human and bison traffic. Fortunately, there are numerous options for lodging, including nine lodges and 2,000 campsites, ensuring that visitors have ample opportunities to rest and recharge amidst the park’s breathtaking scenery.

Navigating the Area

For those seeking a more flexible option, buses and trains operated by an independent organization offer complimentary wifi access to the public. Look for the (B Public) sign and hop aboard for a stress-free ride.

Taxis are readily available throughout the area and easily arranged through your hotel or restaurant. Plus, rental cars are a breeze to procure and many hotels offer affordable parking rates.

Speaking of biking, it’s the ideal way to explore the park beyond the main thoroughfares. If you’re up for a challenge, tackle the hills and venture anywhere your heart desires.
No matter what mode of transportation you choose, rest assured that you’ll be able to navigate the park with ease.

Discover the Charm of Nearby Destinations

Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life with mini trips just a stone’s throw away. Immerse yourself in the rich history and legacy of the area, savor a glass of locally produced wine, or simply unwind in the serene surroundings. Whether you have a day or three to spare, we’ve curated a list of must-see attractions to make the most of your visit.

For first-time visitors, an organized tour is highly recommended.

For a truly unique experience, join a walking ghost tour or a bus excursion to explore ruins like never before. Art historians and architects offer theatrical retellings of history, complete with song and dance. Expect to be entertained and engaged throughout your journey.