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There are benches and s boardwalk that keep visitors s safe distance from the geyser. Bring your camera and after it erupts visit the other steam and boiling pots that surround Old Faithful. Ask a park ranger for the time it goes off.
After having lunch, we walked around the Old Faithful grounds, which has beautiful scenery, waiting almost an hour for the next eruption and it’s a beautiful thing to see but, IMO, I was expecting to see more, and didn’t feel like it was worth waiting...More
Our group visit included a stop at Old Faithful and it was well worth waiting for. Upon arrival, we checked inside the Old Faithful Lodge to see when Old Faithful was scheduled to erupt again. We had enough time to visit the gift shop and...More
second visit here, don't remember much since the first time was >35 yrs ago, but the photos show this area has really been built up to accommodate the tourism.
the geyser released about 10 minutes late, but we were glad we made the drive and...More
We spent two days at Yellowstone National Park and of course we had to see old faithful. We visited the park in September, and found the park not crowded at all. We arrived at Old Faithful and as advertised, it erupted almost right on time....More
The only way Old Faithful could be more regular it would have to be taking Ex-Lax. It is close and consistant!!! It is also super beautiful and fantastic too. It is very hard to discribe any thing that is this spectactular. There is not a...More
We have never stayed at in the park proper. The lodge at old faithful is usually booked a year 8n advance but you could check. It is expensive. West Yellowstone is a good option. We stayed at the Clubhouse Inn. MIT was... More
We have never stayed at in the park proper. The lodge at old faithful is usually booked a year 8n advance but you could check. It is expensive. West Yellowstone is a good option. We stayed at the Clubhouse Inn. MIT was less expensive than most other places and extremely nice. Plan an hour to get to the attractions, less for the ones closer to the west entrance. We didn’t find the drive a problem.