The best time to visit Yellowstone is either the week before Memorial Day or the few weeks following Labor Day. Uncrowded... more
Get a Park Passport. It's an inexpensive souvenir, and a good reminder of your visit. Our family loves to collect them.
Do research prior to the trip. You'll save time knowing where you want to go and what you want to do there. It's also a... more
Sheepeaters Cliff is one of my favorite Yellowstone picnic areas. You can sense the history and it is an "attraction" where... more
You're lucky if you see a bear but remember to not disturb it!
A stroll along West Thumb at the end of a long day is a true respite from all the hectic, hustle-bustle of the main... more
If you don't mind the smell, you'll love it here!
Be prepared for constant traffic jams...and amazing wildlife viewing.
Bison have the Right of Way!
be ready to be awed and amazed at the beauty and grandeur that awaits your visit