Indian Creek Campground

Address: Norris-Mammoth Road, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 82190, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on Norris-Mammoth Road, Yellowstone National Park.
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        Day 7 Yellowstone National Park - Old Faithful

        A travel blog entry by rollinos on Sep 15, 2015

        12 photos

        ... is quite spectacular. Afterwards, we hiked the outer boardwalk around several other geysers. The day was overcast, rainy at times and chilly so we headed for Our V around 5 pm and a hearty beef stew we put in the crockpot. Yummmm! On the way home we saw some grazing moose by the side of the road and a beautiful shot of the sun hitting the hills across Yellowstone ...

        Day two at Yellowstone

        A travel blog entry by ctpage on Aug 11, 2015

        5 photos

        ... terraces of cascading hot springs. Travertine is rock formed when limestone that has been dissolved by geothermal activity reaches the surface and re solidifies. A highlight of our day was encountering a huge herd of elk in the town center - they seemed very tame, but there were plenty of warnings posted warning people not to approach them as they are big animals and have been known to lose their tempers when approached by tourists taking ...

        Yellowstone on all her glory!

        A travel blog entry by ctpage on Aug 10, 2015

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... in at various points of interest on the way. We paid a visit to the Grand Prismatic Spring which is a big blue hot spring ringed with vividly coloured thermophiles (living organisms), although the constant steam cloud coming off the spring made it difficult to get a good photo like the ones that grace the covers of many Yellowstone guide books. We finally made it to the Old Faithful visitors centre at about 7.40pm, to find that the next eruption would take place ...