Yellowstone National Park is open year-round, but the events and activities in, and around the park, change with the seasons. From festivals and activities, to days you can get into the park free, we have your complete guide to the happenings in Yellowstone National Park, as well as in nearby gateway towns in Montana and Wyoming.
Just about every town in the Yellowstone area has a rodeo throughout the year. Wyoming is the rodeo capital of the West. See a list of the best.
If you're heading to Yellowstone this summer, via Idaho, be sure to stop at the 51st Annual Shoshone-Banncock Festival August 9-12, 2018.
The first Yellowstone area inhabitants were mountain men who had gatherings to sell furs, trade and socialize. You can attend a rendezvous reenactment today.
The Irma Hotel hosts free gunfights performed by the Cody Gunfighters. A shootout is also held in the town square of Jackson, Wyom. on summer afternoons.
Parks that usually charge an entrance fee will be free on several days during the year. Check our list of dates for this year.
Gatherings across the West celebrate the heritage and history of ranching, cowboys, western music and the traditions of the rural West.
Every summer, more than 300 performers from around the world descend on Rexburg and nearby Burley.
National Park Trips Media and Tamron have teamed up to offer Photo Workshops inside your favorite national parks.
Learn more about the rich heritage of Native American culture at an Indian Powwow, a social event that attracts tribal members from across the country.
Don't miss the annual Targhee Music Festival and the Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival held in July and August.
Heading to Yellowstone for the winter holiday season? Check out this list of events and activities in and around the park!