Park Seasonal Access

Parts of the national park are closed to wheeled vehicles during the winter. Many facilities also have seasonal service. Also check here for road construction, special free days, and entry fees.

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A Guide to Yellowstone Fees and Regulations

All the information you need for your Yellowstone vacation from boating and fishing to camping, bicycling, and more. Read More...

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Free National Park Days

The National Park Service has announced its free national park days for 2014. All park entry fees are waived. Read More...

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Spring in Yellowstone

Visit Yellowstone during its warming-up season—spring—to explore the park when both the heat and crowds are at bay. Here are the entrance, road, camping, & facilities opening dates for 2014. Read More...

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Yellowstone National Park Opening and Closing Dates

Opening and closing dates of seasonal lodges, campgrounds, and other facilities in Yellowstone National Park Read More...

Bison walking through deep snow near Tower Junction in March. Photo by NPS Jim Peaco.

Yellowstone Road Access in Winter

During the winter, the only roads that are open to wheeled traffic are from the North Entrance at Gardiner to the Northeast Entrance to Cooke City. Since the Beartooth Highway and Chief Joseph Scenic Highway outside Cooke City also close for the winter season, the only way to Cooke City is through the north Park road. Read More...