Yellowstone Park Wildlife Guide

Yellowstone Restaurants & Dining

There are many dining establishments to choose from in the Yellowstone whether you are in the mood for an Old West cookout, burgers at a microbrewery, regional wines, or the taste of “West Mex”.

Bozeman Trail Steakhouse in Buffalo, Wyoming

Buffalo, WY | Bozeman Trail Steakhouse

The Bozeman Trail Steakhouse is a family friendly restaurant offering authentic Bison Sirloin and burgers, Elk, separate kids menu, delicious salads and sandwiches and mouth watering steaks. Read More...

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Eat a Bagel

Start your day in Yellowstone Country off right with a trip to Wildflour Bakery. Located in Lander, Wyo., the southeast gateway to Yellowstone Park, Wildflour Bakery is an awesome “scratch bakery.” While traveling to Yellowstone, stop in at 545 West Main Street, in Lander. Or, call toll-free 877-532-9728. Read More...

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Eat Waffles at the Top of Rendezvous Mountain

Take the ride of a lifetime up 4,139 vertical feet to the top of the Tetons on the Jackson Hole Aerial Tram and enjoy Corbet’s Cabin’s delicious freshly-made waffles at the summit. Read More...

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Enjoy Authentic Western Eats

Want to eat like the Yellowstone region’s early explorers did? Sign up for an Old West cookout. Read More...

Jackson Hole Buffalo Meat Company

Love red meat but are seeking a healthy alternative? Take a walk on the Wild Side and tempt your palate with the fresh and natural flavors of Bison and Elk. Read More...

Take Home The Fresh Taste of West-Mex™

Visiting any one of the 27 Taco John’s Restaurants across the state is certainly not the last thing you want to do during a visit to wonderful Wyoming…but if you’ve never enjoyed the unique West-Mex® menu items or the famous Potato Olés®, don’t leave without trying ‘em! Read More...

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Visit the Snake River Brewing Company in Jackson Hole and Lander, Wyoming

Snake River’s Jackson Hole operation opened its doors in 1994 and, since that time, has become one of the most award-winning microbreweries in the USA. With over 200 medals for brewing excellence, the brewers at Snake River pride themselves on making fresh, hand-crafted lagers and ales in traditional fashion. Read More...

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Wyoming Breweries Near Yellowstone

We combed through breweries near Yellowstone’s South and East entrances, tasting beer after beer to bring you our favorite three Wyoming breweries. (Yes, it’s a tough job but someone had to do it!) Be sure to include these on your next Yellowstone vacation itinerary. Read More...

Top Ten Things to do in Yellowstone

1. Take a Hike

To explore Yellowstone’s wild side, get off the beaten path and onto the park’s 1,300-mile trail system. Read More...

2. Watch Geysers Erupt

Yellowstone is the largest active geyser field in the world. Read More...

3. Go Rafting

Looking for an escape from the summer heat? Can’t beat a whitewater rafting adventure! Read More...

4. Experience the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is breathtaking! Read More...

5. Attend a Powwow

Powwows serve to preserve the rich heritage of Native American culture and allow tribal members to participate in traditional rituals. Read More...

6. Go Horseback Riding in Yellowstone

No other activity fulfills the Western dream for families visiting this region like a horseback ride. Read More...

7. Go Camping

One of the best ways to experience the Yellowstone region is by spending a night or more under the stars. Read More...

8. Watch a Rodeo

Every town in Yellowstone country has a rodeo. Try Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cody Nite Rodeo, Rock Springs’ Red Desert Rodeo or Lander’s Pioneer Days Rodeo. Read More...

9. Catch a Fish

Fishing in Yellowstone is an experience that compares with few other places on earth. Read More...

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