Guide to Yellowstone National Park

Experience the solace and beauty of Yellowstone National Park, a wonderland of unique geology and wildlife, an endless canvas of spectacular diverse landscapes and colorful thermal features. Yellowstone National Park, the world's largest first national park, is located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. This guide outlines maps, wildlife, scenic drives, hiking trails, tours, and more!

Map of Yellowstone

Map of Yellowstone

Planning to visit Yellowstone National Park on your Big Sky vacation? Map out your visit! Get an idea of the area before you get there so you know what to expect and how to plan. This Yellowstone map offer visitors a perspective on distances to the parks main attractions. The Park is so large that maps are essential for planning your vacation or just a weekend trip.
See the Wildlife

See the Wildlife

Yellowstone National Park has the largest concentration of wildlife in the lower 48 states. The wildlife that visitors want to see the most in Yellowstone are Bears, Wolves, Moose, Elk, Bison, Badgers, Otters, Fox, and any newborn critter. Learn about the Yellowstone wildlife in advance so you can spot them in their natural habitat!
Take a Hike

Take a Hike

Want to get out and enjoy the fresh air? Plan a hike in YNP, you are guaranteed to see some breathtaking scenery. Yellowstone is home to 300 steaming geysers, over 290 waterfalls, the largest high-elevation lake in North America and the world`s largest petrified forest- a hiker`s paradise!
Plan a Tour

Plan a Tour

Looking for a more structured Yellowstone National Park experience? It`s nice to have things planned for you! Take advantage of one of these amazing YNP tours. All of the tours are scenic drives and some are a combination drive and hike in. The Yellowstone tours cover the main sights to see and things to do in addition to visiting the other attractions in the park.
Fly Fishing in the Park

Fly Fishing in the Park

There are over a hundred lakes and a thousand miles of streams in Yellowstone National Park; nowhere in the world are so many public rivers and streams found in such a condensed area. Seven varieties of gamefish live in Yellowstone: cutthroat, rainbow, brown, brook, and lake trout, along with grayling and mountain whitefish. Only cutthroats, grayling, and mountain whitefish are native to the Park.