Island Park Village Resort
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- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Island Park
... Deciding against epic dusk wildlife watching, we headed to the final campground of our stay in Yellowstone, Madison. Prior to dinner and packing things away in readiness for our journey south to Salt Lake City in the morning, we enjoyed tea / coffee in the peace of the woods of the campground whilst Bryony did some jumping practise and collected pine-cones. It was a lovely, relaxed evening. Following dinner, we turned in early, as the start in the morning would be similarly ...
... so I rolled down the car window and took pictures out of the window -- there were even some little bison. How cool was that! Then on to see the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, where the turbulent Yellowstone River roars and foams for 20 miles. The canyon is spectacular -- hot water acting on volcanic rock created the canyon's colors and weakened the rock making it up to 1,200 feet deep. There are two very ...
Yes, indeed, we are in the tippy top northeast corner of Idaho -- right where Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming all come together. We had a very long drive yesterday -- twice what we normally drive. And it rained all day long, but rain is scarce and this high desert area really needs rain so that was good. Our drive was through Idaho's high, high desert -- about 4,500 feet above sea level. And it's ...
... the tremendous power of the water. It really fills your senses with awe. The only bad experience was the hordes of mainland Chinese over there. It was just so difficult to take a photo because they will walk in front of you without a care. You have to tell them to wait so that we can take a photo. We spent 4 hours in all visiting the Grand Canyon. It was just spectacular. We made our way north towards Tower Falls. Shortly after passing the Canyon ...
... cave in there. A permit is required to enter the caves although it is free to enter. The sights that were impressive were 1. The Inferno Cone - At 1884m above sea level, it was one of the highest mounds in the preserve. We could scale to the top of it and the view from up there was stupendous! I could see almost the entire snake river plains from up there. The plains just seem to stretch for miles and miles and I'm just in awe of this sight. 2. The Spatter Cones - We ...