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TravelPod Member ReviewsEvergreen Motel West Yellowstone
Lovely atmosphere - loved the styling of the room in line with being by the national park. Very good room rates considering proximity to the park. Friendly, helpful staff.
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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... of the pools can change because the temperature of the water changes, depending on the season. As far as wildlife goes, we saw some kind of blue bird, bison, deer, and a black caterpillar wriggling along on the sidewalk. Capped off the day with a delicious dinner at an authentic Spanish ...
... RV park was just outside Yellowstone Park.
We arrived and headed out to Yellowstone for about 5 hours. We had a great afternoon checking out the animals but disappointed in the small numbers we saw. We headed to the famous geyser and as we arrived 'Old Faithful’ had just gone off so stayed until 7.11 pm to see it blow and it did, just like clockwork as promised. We saw a few more Bison and Deer while the dusk was settling in and thought we saw Beaver but no ...
... a western flavor – lots of t-shirt and souvenir shops and bad restaurants. We won’t be staying there again. But when we booked this trip 6 months ago everything in the park was full - so if you are going book early and stay in the middle of Yellowstone if you can.
We started out by driving to Old Faithful, about 30 miles away. We saw a slew of Geysers all around ...
... difficult to see because the boardwalk didn’t
bring us close, and steam from the spring obscured almost every view and angle.
Our last stop was an area called Mammoth Hot Springs, but
this turned out to be the least enjoyable due to the fact that it was almost
completely dry when there’s usually water cascading down these huge stone
steps. Also located in Mammoth Hot Springs was Fort ...
This morning we went to Mammoth Hot Springs to check out the larger geysers in the park. It's a little town built on geysers on the side of a mountain. This afternoon we saw a large heard of Elk walking through town like it was the most normal thing in the world. We drove around looking for a place to hang the hammock and rest for a bit. Found a picturesque lake in a large meadow and thought we'd found the perfect spot. We pulled off and started through ...