Places to Visit: Yellowstone National Park

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Yellowstone National Park

Park City, Utah is only a short day's drive away from the first and largest National Park in the United States – Yellowstone National Park. A trip to Yellowstone National Park includes visits to Old Faithful and the Upper Falls. Wildlife viewing is unsurpassed as you see herds of buffalo and elk, elusive wolf packs, grizzlies and moose- as well as many other animals. Read More

While visiting the area of Park City, Utah, it is well worth the time to take a side trip to Yellowstone National Park. Established as the nation's first national park in 1872, Yellowstone National Park has changed very little over the past 135 years. Situated in the states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, this national park is the home to a diverse array of wildlife including wolves, buffalo, deer, moose, elk, black bears, and grizzly bears.

The landscape of Yellowstone is unlike any other place on earth. The area is dotted with a collection of incredible geysers and hot springs, mud pots, yellow limestone terraces and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. At the park you can also learn about the history of national parks and the history of the national park service. Other popular activities in Yellowstone National Park include hiking, camping, fishing and/or attending a ranger guided program.