Yellowstone National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming and extends into Montana and Idaho. It is about 7 miles north of Grand Teton National Park along the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Blvd.
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What to See in Yellowstone
Whether it's a family vacation or a solo trip, Yellowstone National Park offers something for everyone. Once you pay your $30 Yellowstone entrance fee, you'll discover a variety of must-see spots in the park. Head to see Old Faithful, part of the largest active geyser field in the world. Go on a walk or drive the park to see native animals like grizzly bears, gray wolves, moose, elk and bison roaming. Feeling a bit more adventurous? Strap on a helmet and take a rafting trip down one of the rivers.
Outside the Park
With wildlife, amazing scenery and natural beauty, it's clear why Yellowstone sees more than 2 million visitors each year. Outside the park, you can see a rodeo or stay on a ranch. If you're curious about trying elk, bison, or venison, the Mammoth Hotel Dining Room and Old Faithful Geyser Grill are promising places to eat.