Take the Yellowstone Pledge to Be Safe and Responsible - My Yellowstone Park

Take the Yellowstone Pledge

Are you aware of dangers in Yellowstone National Park? A simple walk in the park can be dangerous. Please take the Yellowstone pledge.
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Yellowstone visitor watching bison from a safe distance

Yellowstone visitor watching bison from a safe distance

Officials hope to make visitors more aware of Yellowstone’s lurking dangers.

In a concerted effort to keep visitors safe and aware of Yellowstone’s dangers, Yellowstone officials launched the Yellowstone Pledge in May 2017. The pledge is not a formal pledge, but a list of guidelines Yellowstone officials hope will remind people that a walk in the park can be dangerous. Here is the pledge.

Take the pledge. Tell a friend. Protect the park.

The Yellowstone Pledge is a personal promise you can make to yourself and the park. It can be taken anywhere: it doesn't need to be taken out loud or in front of anyone. Tag #YellowstonePledge and encourage others to do the same.

To be a steward and help protect myself and the park, I pledge to:

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