The first national park in the world, Yellowstone is one of the most beloved natural sites in the country. With hot springs and geysers, the forests, mountains, and lakes are full of surprises. Enjoy the wildlife and once in a lifetime opportunities at Yellowstone, covering the three states of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. Yellowstone is full of adventure, as well as quiet and serenity.
You can camp in the 12 campgrounds with thousands of sites in Yellowstone. This will set you up to explore the park during your days, and spend your evenings telling stories around the campfire. Check out Old Faithful, a famous geyser known for its timely eruptions that you’re sure to see on your trip. Yellowstone has all kinds of activities for you, from the adventurous hike to just watching the sunsets. Park rangers lead walks, hikes, and guided tours around the park if you want some guidance. Yellowstone is perfect for biking and hiking, with over 900 miles of connecting trails, most of which are in the backcountry. On the water, go fishing or boating, and enjoy the beautiful landscape by horseback riding with your family! In the winter, skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling are popular activities. See bears in their natural habitat, and enjoy all the wildlife the park has to offer.
Jackson Hole in Wyoming is just an hour away from Yellowstone, and makes for a great day trip when you’re visiting the national park. The valley is surrounded by mountains, and is beautiful in its own right to explore. Check out the National Museum of Wildlife Art to add some culture to your trip. The George Washington Memorial Park is another must-see, while the Snow King Mountain Resort is the best place for skiing.
There are many places to stay in Yellowstone. With Jackson Hole, Cooke City, Silver Gate, Island Park and Gardiner nearby to Yellowstone, you have so many options of what town to stay in. Tripping has endless choices for where to stay in Yellowstone near all areas of the park. You can find a mountain cabin or a summer lake house, as well as comfortable hotels to return to while you spend your days hiking.
You can drive into Yellowstone, but you’ll want to check the conditions of the park’s roads on their website. Depending on weather and construction, roads can be blocked so you’ll want to be informed. For example, all roads are closed to regular cars from November to April due to snow possibilities. The North Entrance at Gardiner, Montana, is open all year round.
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The average price of a nightly rental in Yellowstone National Park is $470 while the average price of a weekly rental is $3350. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Yellowstone National Park home is $12440.
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