YELLOWSTONE TRAVEL TIPS

INTERACTION WITH ANIMALS – Most of the animals you will see are wild, can be dangerous and should be given the utmost respect. Even an elk or bison can easily attack and kill a tourist. Do not feed the animals. Keep a respectful distance. Do not risk your safety to get close for a selfie.

PLAN AHEAD – It can easily take two to three days to enjoy everything Yellowstone has to offer. Lodging in the park is limited in the summer when the park is busy.

PULL OVER – You will occasionally see animals that you will want to stop and look at. Please pull over to the side of the road if possible. Do not stop in your lane of traffic and block traffic.

SAFETY – When visiting geysers and hot springs, please follow all directions and stay on designated pathways. A misstep in the wrong area can result in serious burns and injuries.

OLD FAITHFUL

GRAND CANYON OF YELLOWSTONE

MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS

YELLOWSTONE LAKE