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Yellowstone National Park

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Yellowstone National Park Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is America's first national park. Located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, it is home to a large variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk. Preserved within Yellowstone National Park are Old Faithful and a collection of the world's most extraordinary geysers and hot springs, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.


Bruce Provencher

Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018
This is one of my three favorite National Parks. It is just so cool to visit. This year I had a tremendous bonus. On two separate days I got to meet two wolf biologists. They were so patient and helpful and full of great information. I met both on the side of the road while they were observing wolves. Great time.

Aaron Johnson

Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018
Ok, Yellowstone was on my bucket list of places to go, and after finally going, I can tell you that it did not disappoint. INCREDIBLE! So many amazing sights to see. And, man, this place is massive! It seriously took all day to drive around, and that was barely looking at some of the sights. There were just so many things to do, and so many places to see. And the wildlife! Animals everywhere! Definitely go! It will be well worth your time, I promise! Everything about is is incredible! Just go! Side note: we took our dog, and though you certainly CAN enjoy Yellowstone with a pet, I highly recommend leaving the pooch at home.

Billy Whitt

Friday, Aug. 3, 2018
There's a reason this was Americas first national park. From Old Faithful, the geysers, hot springs, Grand Canyon Yellowstone upper and lower falls and the wild life! Saw a mama and her bear cub from a very safe distance and watched the cub climb up a tree. Herds of buffalo with one of them walking right by the car. Truly an American gem. Couldn't see or do it all so plan on a second trip!

Austin Barkdull

Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018
My Grandparents spent their summers working up here and consequently I spent nearly all my summers as a kid there too. This place is amazing and has so much to offer beyond just old faithful. I would highly recommend spending some time exploring the back country through one of the many trails in the park. Some of my favorites include the Delacy Creek trail, Beaver Ponds trail, Fairy Falls trail and Specimen Ridge trail. You will find amazing secrets and serene vistas and wonderful wilderness on these hikes and they are always worth the effort. Take some time to explore the geyser basins, the thermal features are beautiful and so unique to anywhere else in the world. The colors are dazzling and the extra time spent will be worth it. Make sure to stop by Canyon Village and see Artist Point where the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is on display in it's full majesty. Take some time to explore the Lemar Valley and the wildlife that inhabit there. Just please keep your distance from them, be smart, they are wild and will attack if you try something stupid. Yellowstone is vast and unique and I guarantee you will walk away from this place with a greater appreciation for this world and our country, if you take time to enjoy it for it's fullness. Too many people simply stop by to see Old Faithful and miss everything else! Take the time to enjoy the whole thing!

Alexis Trochinski

Friday, Aug. 3, 2018
This was a cool experience you don't see any other places. It was very busy though and very hot. I would recommend going earlier. the animals were very cool we got to experiencing baby and mama Buffalo, dear and bunny. We did not see a bear, sadly. The geysers were pretty cool.

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