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There is a lot to see and do inside Yellowstone National Park.
Yellowstone is home to many species. On a good day, you might see wolves, grizzly bear, elk, bison, moose, coyote, eagles, pronghorn, or a number of other animals.
Yellowstone national park has four types of thermal features
- Gesyers - Where the water jets up out of the ground. If this is your first or may be your only trip to yellowstone, you need to see Old Failthful.
- Mud Pots - Constant bubbling pools of mud. Mud Volcano is a popular example.
- Hot Springs - beautiful pools of hot water. They have vivid colors given them by the bacteria that survive in the hostile environment.
- Fumaroles - Steam vents from deep in the Earth. They are actually hot springs, but they have so much heat and so little water that it all bois away before reaching the surface. If you visit Riaring Mountain, you can often hear the loud hissing of steam.
Yellowstone National Park has some of the most striking view in the world. From the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone to the many waterfalls to the petrified tree to the many valley overlooks, there is something for every nature lover.
There's a lot more to see and do in the Yellowstone area. and in the town of West Yellowstone. Here are some ideas:
- Old Faithful visitor's center.
- Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center (in town)
- The Playmill Theater (in town)
- Many hiking trails
- Kayaking/Float the rivers
- Snowmobiling (Winter only) (outside of the park is much more fun)
- Fort Yellowstone
- Horseback riding
To check availability and make reservations, you can use our online reservation system, or you can call the front desk at 1-406-646-7681.
We look forward to making your Yellowstone vacation a great one.