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Yellowstone Lake

Grand Loop Road, Between Fishing Bridge and Grant Village, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190
+1 307-344-7381
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$175.00*
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Kayak Day Paddle on Yellowstone Lake
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$260.00*
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Yellowstone Lower Loop Full-Day Tour
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$305.00*
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Full-Day Yellowstone Wildlife Safari Tour From Jackson Hole
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Grand Loop Road, Between Fishing Bridge and Grant Village, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190
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Reviewed August 21, 2014

This is a large and beautiful lake located within the confines of Yellowstone National Park. There are many opportunities to view this lake from the various scenic overlooks on the Yellowstone Loop Road. It is worth the time to stop and view this wonder from...More

Thank Alice M
Reviewed August 20, 2014

The view from the overlook can really take your breath away. There are so many different types of wildlife right there at the lake it's hard to imagine. You can walk right to the edge of the lake and see how clear it is. There...More

1  Thank scholr27
Reviewed August 19, 2014

The lake is really huge and big. Surrounded by trees and ferns. I would prefer to go to the grant lodge for a good view of Yellowstone Lake.

Thank Jonathan L
Reviewed August 18, 2014

Take the lake cruise from the marina. The captain and co-captain are not only very informative, but also very funny.

1  Thank yvonnetcruz
Reviewed August 17, 2014

People forget that this s part of a caldera of a volcano and that's it's the largest alpine lake above 7,000 feet. Besides those two unique factors this lake is just beautiful and offers many different vantage points in the park. Sunrise over the lake...More

1  Thank AndiS77
Reviewed August 14, 2014

With all of the wonders available to view in Yellowstone, I wouldn't spend too much time here. Take a look as you go past, admire the beauty, but move on to some of the other highlights.

Thank AlumniGuy
Reviewed August 14, 2014

We enjoyed the cruise. The crew was very pleasant and the information provided was informative. Beautiful area of Yellowstone National Park. Reasonable price and we did make a reservation.

Thank Linda p
Reviewed August 13, 2014

You can view this lake from Fish Bridge and also from West Thumb Geyser basin. At the Fish Bridge, you can walk down to the lake to wade in the water.

Thank Susannah W
Reviewed August 12, 2014

We rented a boat and spend the day motoring around the lake and island. We even casted our fishing lines into the lake for fun. The lake is beautiful and very big.

Thank familyprovence
Reviewed August 12, 2014

It was such an experience to be able to stay on such a grand lake! We had such a fun time and we enjoyed the views very much!

Thank swimmergirl125
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Are water falls running in Sept. As good as in early june
November 12, 2016|
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Response from ShadowAce888 | Reviewed this property |
They do run in September even in October but nothing compared to early June
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WhatStruckMe
Boat ride sounds a great idea. Are there numerous companies? Which di you select? Where are they located on the lake? What is the charge per adult? Thank you
July 11, 2016|
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Wasif Z
Hi, need advice from someone who has visited Yellowstone National and knows the area over all really well. I am a 28 year old guy taking my parents currently in their 60s. Please advise sites which are friendly for elderly people since my parents won't be able to do hiking or walk too long on steep trails. These are the list of places I have chosen to visit with my parent since we will mostly driving around with our car: Please tell me if any of these spot requires too much walking or has steep trail? Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone Artist Point Old Faithful West Thumb Geyser Basin Geysers - Mud Volcano Area Midway Geyser Basin Norris Geyser Basin Biscuit Basin Boiling River Firehole Canyon Drive Upper Geyser Basin Lower Yellowstone River Falls
July 11, 2016|
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Response from Muthu R | Reviewed this property |
Avoid going on trails to Canyon falls the upper and lower falls, they are bit steep and not recommended for old people with heart and breathing issues. Artist point gives a good view of the lower falls from a distance... More
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