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.
Yellowstone National Park Lodging
Visitors will find a variety of hotels in Yellowstone as well as lodging outside of the park. If you're planning on hiking the park with a pet, the Best Western by Mammoth Hot Springs
and Rainbow Ranch Lodge
are both pet friendly. You can also find Yellowstone lodging based on your interests. For those itching to see Old Faithful, plan to stay and enter near the West entrance, where the Kelly Inn
and Gray Wolf Inn & Suites
are situated. If you're on a park tour and just hit Grand Teton National Park
, hotels near the South entrance like Togwotee Mountain Lodge Moran
are a great spot. Head to HotelGuides.com
for an easy-to-navigate breakdown of hotels near Yellowstone National Park, and enjoy benefits like our lowest price guarantee.