Your route to Yellowstone includes some of the world’s most unusual natural wonders including a volcano plug and the world's largest mineral hot spring.
Get an up-close look at 1,300 wild bison and hike dramatic granite spires at this standout state park in the Black Hills near Mount Rushmore.
A 16,000-acre wildlife refuge with moose, elk, sandhill cranes and trumpeter swans. Enjoy some of the nation's best fly fishing on Henry's Fork.
See a Native American bison jump, ancient rock drawings, and wild horses on your road trip between two of America's most popular national parks.
21 wildlife refuges call Montana home protecting birds, bison, elk, and moose. Benton Lake is a shorebird site. Red Rock Lakes is 45 mins from the Park.
Take a sleigh ride and see more than 5,000 elk when they migrate to this lower elevation during the winter near Grand Teton National Park.
En route through Sinks Canyon, the Popo Agie River disappears dramatically into a cavern, leaving visitors to Lander, Wyo., to ask, “Where does it go?”
Start at Antelope Island State Park, a wildlife watcher’s paradise. Then head to family-owned Lagoon Amusement Park.
While in the Yellowstone region, visit any of the numerous state parks including the Buffalo Bill Dam and Reservoir, Sinks Canyon, and Hot Springs.