Natural wonders aren’t the only attraction in the Yellowstone area. Visit a wildlife center or historic site. Mine for gems or fossils. Or learn at a visitor center or museum.
Rodeos, powwows, and festivals are constantly going on in the gateway towns around Yellowstone. Also look here for free national park days.
Get ready for geysers that shoot high in the air, crusty, hot springs in wild colors, and bubbling pots of mud in this geological wonderland.
See Yellowstone through the eyes of the pros. Bus, van, backcountry, snowmobiling, hiking, and horseback guided tours in and near Yellowstone National Park.
Get a bird’s eye view by riding a tram, zip line, or chair lift near Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Big Sky and Jackson Hole.
While there’s plenty to see from Yellowstone’s roads, most of the park—98 percent—is rugged, beautiful, dynamic wilderness. To explore Yellowstone’s wild side, get off the beaten path and onto the park’s 1,300-mile trail system.
See the Yellowstone area on horseback by spending a day on a dude ranch or sign up for a guided horseback ride.
Less-known natural wonders are just as grand as the park's geysers. See giant waterfalls, petrified trees, natural rock arches, lava formations, and hoodoos.
Visit neighboring national parks and monuments like Grand Teton National Park, Glacier National Park, Devils Tower, and Mount Rushmore on your Yellowstone vacation.
What are the must-see attractions? What are family-friendly things to do with kids? If I only have day to spend in Yellowstone, what should I see and do? We give you ideas for this and more.
Explore the lakes and rivers near Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks on a white water river rafting trip, guided kayak tour, boat tour or go swimming.
Grand Teton and Yellowstone Park offers the ultimate mountain climbing experience. Some of the best mountains are in Wyoming.
Observe wildlife in their natural habitat, roaming Yellowstone National Park. Favorite animals for wildlife watching are grizzly bear, wolves, and bison.
When snow begins to blanket Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, it creates a winter wonderland of new opportunities for those who venture here.
The Yellowstone region is full of mountain ranges and public lands, all of which beckon mountain biking enthusiasts to take their fat tires out for a spin.
Fling a cast into Yellowstone Lake or Lewis Lake for fly or lure fishing. Try the trout waters north, south and west of Cody, filled with native Yellowstone cutthroat, brown trout, rainbow trout and brook trout larger than most anglers can imagine.
Did you know that Yellowstone National Park is actually an active supervolcano? The bubbling geysers and hot springs are an indication of the churning activity below the surface.