Encompassing over 2 million acres, Yellowstone NP is located in the western United States & reaches across Wyoming, Idaho and Montana.

18 Top Things To Do In Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone boasts an extraordinary collection of active geysers, hot springs, mudpots, and fumaroles. It is also home to the Grand Tetons National Park and mountain range.

What to See at Yellowstone

A Favorite to Many

Over 3 million people visit Yellowstone every year.  A great enjoyment of the people, Yellowstone's geysers & other natural attractions are a protected Unesco World Heritage site.

The Wildlife

The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is home to grizzly bears, black bears, bison, elk & more! Find out the best places for animal sightings in our full blog post.

You can find cutthroat trout, among other species, in Yellowstone Lake and Yellowstone River. Be sure to visit the Fishing Bridge for a relaxing view. 

Fishing Bridge

Grand Prismatic Spring

Feast your eyes on a stunning rainbow of colors at the Grand Prismatic Spring. This is a quick stop, but definitely worth it. 

Old Faithful

This is a must-see at Yellowstone. We recommend visiting this attraction multiple times & at different times of the day. Seeing it erupt at night under the stars is really cool!

Be sure to hit this trail near Old Faithful. The trail takes you to a variety of other geysers & cool thermal features. Walk the full 4.5 miles or choose a shorter route.

Upper Geyser Basin Trail

Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

You can easily spend a day here & it's totally worth it! Spectacular views! If you hike down the canyon, be prepared  for a challenging hike up.