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Travel Blogs from Yellowstone National Park
We drove to Yellowstone National Park from Grand Teton NP via the John D. Rockefeller parkway at about 8am.
Located primarily in Wyoming, although it also extends into Montana and Idaho, the park is widely held to be the first national park in the world, established March 1, 1872. Yellowstone is known for its wildlife, sometimes called …
Secluded fun & adventure was over. We headed towards the biggest national park in the US and the oldest national park in the world. It was huge. It took us at least an hour to reach to our campground after entering the park from south entrance. Yellowstone attracts millions of visitors every year. Even though it is mammoth, you would be able to …
We woke up and were relieved to have made it through night one in Yellowstone without any extreme animal encounters. We loaded the kids and all of our toiletries into the Tahoe and headed to the showers.
At the entrance to the campground there is a huge A-frame building that houses the check-in desk, the showers and a huge coin laundry. …
This morning we woke up and hurried to town to catch the Cody Trolley Tour. We loved that we really understood who Buffalo Bill Cody was when we got off the trolley an hour later. He was an amazing person who did so much for the US and played a huge part in romanticizing and advertising the American West. His Wild West show introduced people all …
Xaterra runs the lodges and camp areas. Very nice. Left Bridge Bay and went to Lake Cit, the Mud Volcanoes, and the Upper and Lower Falls in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Actually got a little rain about 4pm so we went to the Canyon CG and ate dinner. Great scenery, many bison are thriving here.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCanyon Village Campground Yellowstone National Park
Decent stay. All basic facilities are present if you are not a fan of primitive camping. Since, Yellowstone NP is to huge, you have to drive good amount of time from campsite to tourist attractions. Cannot complain! Closest must visit attractions are Hayden Valley and Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.
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