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Awesome place to visit. Completely surpassed our expectations. It’s huge. Probably the best place to base yourself is West Yellowstone lots of accommodation. We rented a condo 20 mins drive outside of the town in the peace and quiet of the countryside. It was worth...More
Yellowstone is a family vacation we will all remember. You can hike for miles on trails or drive from place to place watching out your window or take a short stroll on a smooth boardwalk. We spent 7 days in the park and we already...More
We spent 3 days touring with a private local guide and saw as much of the park as was possible during this time, we saw Elk, Bison, Wolves, Coyotes, Grizzly Bears as well as Black Bears and even a couple of Moose. It is not...More
must stay at West Gate Entrance for 3 Nights and North Gate Entrance for 2 Nights to see minimum attractions of the park. The drive IN from West Gate will be slow due to traffic and people taking pics of wild life from road side....More
There's A LOT to see in Yellowstone - wildlife, geysers, hot springs, forests, bubbling mud pots. My favorite part is the trail behind Old Faithful - I think it has something like 25% of the world's geysers and hot springs. I've been there twice and...More
There were parts of it that smelled bad like the hydrogen sulfide, but other than that, it was very beautiful. I have yet to show pictures, since I haven't put pictures from my camera on my laptop, but it was Beautiful. G-d has created a...More
Arrived 10am at the west entrance, to be honest would have been better to arrive much earlier. We'd already purchased a 12 month pass, worth every penny for $80 we'd have spent over $200 on the parks visited. Anyhow Yellowstone is a colourful world of...More
I was there with my 3 yr old in a stroller. All the attractions i went to such as old faithful had stroller access to make it easier for those with kids. Just make sure you take your time to get around especially when it's... More
I was there with my 3 yr old in a stroller. All the attractions i went to such as old faithful had stroller access to make it easier for those with kids. Just make sure you take your time to get around especially when it's packed. Otherwise it should not be an issue.
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Amber: Your questions regarding campground rules should be addressed to National Park Service. If two 8x8 tents are allowed, I doubt TripAdvisor readers can explain why an 8x16 isn't. If two 8x8 tents on one space are... More
Amber: Your questions regarding campground rules should be addressed to National Park Service. If two 8x8 tents are allowed, I doubt TripAdvisor readers can explain why an 8x16 isn't. If two 8x8 tents on one space are permitted, perhaps one adult can stay with two youngsters in one tent, and the other adult with the third child in the adjacent tent? After all, the tents are for sleeping. And three giggling Munchkins will prevent adults from sleeping.☺
Regardless of how you resolve the issue, please make sure you do not have any type of food inside the tent. Bears and other wildlife (racoons, etc.) can smell peanuts, Fritos, or popcorn a mile away--and tent flaps will not deter wildlife from gobbling those snacks. Or injuring humans who bring food inside a tent.