There is so much to do in Yellowstone
Yellowstone is a seasonal wonder, offering an abundance of activities for all ages and interests.
At any time of year, whether you come for a day or the week, you’ll find more than enough to fill your hours. Though the park offers an incredible variety of ways to explore all of its wonders, one of the best activities you can always do is just sit back and let the sights come to you. You will be amazed at how much wildlife you can see by simply watching. In this beautiful place, the simplest things seem to take your breath away.
Now that you know there is so much to do in Yellowstone, click the links below for detailed information about our activities, then start making your list of everything you want to do before your next trip.
Find Your Park
Find Your Park is a public awareness and education campaign celebrating the milestone centennial anniversary of the National Park Service in 2016 and setting the stage for the next 100 years. For more information, visit our Find Your Park page.
Entrance Fee Information
The National Park Service currently charges $30 per private vehicle at each of the entrance gates. This fee varies when entering by foot, bicycle or motorcycle and commercial vehicle. Please visit the National Park Service for the most current fee information.
Airport Shuttle from Bozeman-Yellowstone International Airport
We now offer a daily shuttle (winter season only) from the Bozeman Airport to/from Yellowstone. You can reserve your seat(s) when making your lodging reservations by phone. More information is located here, or ask the reservations agent when you call to book your stay.
Road Construction Information
Find updated road construction information here.
Find updated Wyoming travel advisory alerts here.
Firearms in the Park
Federal law prohibits firearms in certain facilities in this park (such as visitor centers, government offices, etc.) and is also prohibited from all Xanterra-operated facilities, hotels, restaurants, etc.
More information on park regulations can be found here.
The National Park Service offers visitor centers and ranger stations throughout Yellowstone National Park. You will find a wide range of natural and cultural exhibits at the visitor centers. Some of the ranger stations are set up specifically for issuing backcountry permits only and offer no other facilities. Visit the links below to view additional information about the facilities associated with the visitor center or ranger station in that part of the park.
- Old Faithful
- West Thumb & Grant Village
- Lake, Bridge Bay & Fishing Bridge
Other Xanterra Family Members in Yellowstone
Yellowstone tours allow you to leave the city behind and explore nature in its purest form. Enjoy Yellowstone with the worldwide leader in adventure travel and active vacations.