Yellowstone Park Inn & Suites

Address: 236 Dunraven St., West Yellowstone, Montana, 59758, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 236 Dunraven St., West Yellowstone, is near Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, Buffalo Bus Tours, National Geographic IMAX Theater, and Museum of the Yellowstone.
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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone

Head Smashed In and other Discoveries

A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Sep 28, 2014

3 comments, 22 photos

... extinction for their pelts. The first horses arrived on the northern plains in the 1730s, by the 1780s the horse had not only changed the way the Plains Indians made a living, it had also dramatically changed their society.

We often hear it said that we belong to a technological age and that our young are particularly technologically adept but this seems to me rather hubristic. New technologies over the last one hundred years have ...

Day 6: We made it to Yellowstone!!

A travel blog entry by melvd on Aug 02, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... mountain climbing before we would get to our campsite. That meant that we wouldn't be able to see all that much today, but I looked on the map for anything close to our campsite / along the way to see. Seeing as we came in through the east entrance of the national park, and the fact that it's over 2million acres big, we stayed virtually in the middle of the park, we expected to see a lot of ...

July 21, 2014

A travel blog entry by gsanchez on Jul 21, 2014

5 photos

... on the deck at us hitting Caden and Mother. He said it was really hot. Then we drive to Mammoth Hot Springs. I remember this from about 20 years ago (Oye that makes me feel kinda old) when we visited and it was the most changed sight. Much of it was inactive, and was just rock. And some parts had flowing water from the geysers up high. Peyton left her water bottle near the top...I had the privilege Of walking the flights of stairs and ramps ...

Day 3 Badlands to Yellowstone via Mt. Rushmore

A travel blog entry by mpanchley73 on Jul 14, 2014

15 photos

... progress. There is still so much work to be done. I doubt it will be done in my lifetime. We really lucked out and were able to see a blast. It happens about once a week. We happened to get there at 11:20 and the blast was at noon. Very cool. Tom says "It was interesting watching the progress they have made and how they do the blasting the carve out the rocks." Chris is sick of "blocking" and is no longer a contributor. Had lunch in the parking lot and started the journey ...

A True America Day Full of Explosions

A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Jul 04, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... stopped to see some of Yellowstone's most famous hot springs. We definitely could have used a geologist tour guide (Dan), but we read all the signs to try to understand earth's great mysteries. Grand Prismatic Spring wowed us with its turquoise steamy water nestled in an orange and green bed of microorganisms called thermophiles or "heat lovers" as the signs read. After touring some of the park and hungry for lunch, we headed out to find a free campsite outside ...