Visit America's First National Park, established in 1872 – Yellowstone. The park covers
3,472 square miles and within this vast area is Yellowstone Lake with 141 miles of shoreline.
is obvious why Yellowstone is most one of the most popular parks to visit, offering a wide range of outdoor
activities, natural history and spectacular geological formations. Moose, bison, bear, foxes, and birds are just some of the wildlife
that inhabit this scenic area.
Go backpacking and camping in over 300 backcountry sites in Yellowstone Park, all
while testing your wildlife knowledge. Yellowstone is filled with many different types of
mammals, birds, and even reptiles.
Hop in a kayak and do a multi-day or single day cruise over Yellowstone Lake to experience parts of Yellowstone that most visitors never see.
Check out all of the amazing geysers, pools and mud pots that have formed around
the park to learn about some of the geological history that is occurring here.
Yellowstone has more geysers in it than anywhere else on earth.
Want to give back a little? Spend part of your trip helping maintain trails or other ongoing projects in the park.