Lewis Lake Campground

South Entrance Road, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 82190, United States | Campground
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Fairy Falls and Dragons Mouths….

A travel blog entry by zoesevi


... would sound anyway!)

Fountain Paint Pot: Pink/White pool looking thing that has smaller bubbling effects going off and shoots, what looks like, white paint into the air – also very cool!

We saw a lot of other Geyser's and some water falls too today and about a thousand Bison and a couple of Elk. We could spend a long, long time here but tomorrow we depart… the journey has to ...

Grand Teton National Park

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein


... on Sacajawea. They had invited an author and the guy was a wonderful storyteller. He told about the entire Lewis and Clark expedition and the important role of Sacajawea. He also shared many of the challenges she faced as a child sold into slavery, her difficulties during childbirth just prior tot he expedition, and various illnesses (and cures) that she suffered. Interesting to think of the L&C expedition out here hunting for the the North West Passage. On ...

Grand Tetons

A travel blog entry by peepsrowland


... side made me nervous. Of course it was dark too. Jeff is doing a good job of driving that is for sure.

We finally arrived at the campground around 1:00 am. Original plan was about 7:00 pm. We are planning to spend a few days at Yellowstone. The good news is we figured out the Bluetooth and can play music from our phones. We still listen to a little Johnny Cash though. Can't wait to see Old Faithful, the Mud Pots and Mammoth Hot ...

Day 21: Geyserville

A travel blog entry by not.far.now


... downfall and fine powdery dust. Tough to hike up, even tougher on the way down. There were a few logs which were charred which served as E magnets… she was covered in black sooty powder by the end of the hike. I don’t know how A’s face got covered, but she also looked like a coal miner at the end of the trail.

After cooling off, we continued to our campground and checked in. This ...

Day 20: Junior Rangers in training

A travel blog entry by not.far.now


... so we headed there only to find that they only rented rowboats and motor boats. The person there told us that no one on the lake actually rents kayaks out, so we were bummed.

Instead, I took the girls to talk to a Ranger, and he suggested that they participate in the Junior Ranger program. This requires that they hike at least one trail, and listen to a Ranger led program, as well as filling out a booklet. We'd done this ...


This campground is located on South Entrance Road, Yellowstone National Park.
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