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Jayne Clark

Jayne Clark

Washington, DC-based freelance writer Jayne Clark has been a travel reporter at USA TODAY and several other daily newspapers.


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Shh! 5 Secret Places in Yellowstone for an Intimate Experience

Shh! 5 Secret Places in Yellowstone for an Intimate Experience

Written by: Jayne Clark, August 17th, 2019

Categories: Tips

Check out these under-the-radar alternatives for a more serene and solitary experience

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The Ultimate Picnic Spots in Yellowstone

The Ultimate Picnic Spots in Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, June 15th, 2019

Categories: Food

These places offer idyllic al fresco dining

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The Life of a Yellowstone Winterkeeper

The Life of a Yellowstone Winterkeeper

Written by: Jayne Clark, February 28th, 2019

Categories: Facts

Yellowstone’s Winterkeepers to the Rescue: Diligent in Keeping the Park’s Buildings Free of Snow

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9 Reasons to Travel to Yellowstone in 2019!

9 Reasons to Travel to Yellowstone in 2019!

Written by: Jayne Clark, January 17th, 2019

Categories: News

Whether you’re a Yellowstone regular or have never been to the nation’s first national park, there are plenty of enticing reasons to visit in 2019.

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Feast on This Winter Fare in Yellowstone!

Feast on This Winter Fare in Yellowstone!

Written by: Jayne Clark, January 04th, 2019

Categories: Food

The park’s lodges dish up tasty and hearty meals to match the season

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Eat up! What’s on the Menu in Yellowstone

Eat up! What’s on the Menu in Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, October 03rd, 2018

Categories: Food

The executive chef dishes about the locally sourced food at the park’s 13 eateries

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Tourists Say the Darnedest Things

Tourists Say the Darnedest Things

Written by: Jayne Clark, October 31st, 2018

Categories: Facts

The most bizarre questions visitors have asked park employees.

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Yellowstone After Dark: Good Times, Dark Skies

Yellowstone After Dark: Good Times, Dark Skies

Written by: Jayne Clark, September 05th, 2018

Categories: Plan

Stargazing, musical performances, wildlife watching, and Old West cookouts fill the evenings at America’s first national park

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Yellowstone: Where the Bison Roam

Yellowstone: Where the Bison Roam

Written by: Jayne Clark, August 02nd, 2018

Categories: Facts

No better place to see America’s magnificent national mammal than in the first national park

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Yellowstone Snowcoaches: The Ultimate Ticket to Ride

Yellowstone Snowcoaches: The Ultimate Ticket to Ride

Written by: Jayne Clark, March 12th, 2018

Categories: Winter

These customized vehicles reveal the magic of winter in our first national park.

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Why Yellowstone in Autumn Should Be on Your Bucket List

Why Yellowstone in Autumn Should Be on Your Bucket List

Written by: Jayne Clark, July 05th, 2018

Categories: Plan

Cooler weather, fewer people, gorgeous colors, and prime wildlife watching make it magical

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The Coolest Way to Tour Yellowstone

The Coolest Way to Tour Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, June 07th, 2018

Categories: Plan

The yellow touring buses are as big a hit as they were when they first rolled onto Yellowstone’s byways in the 1920s.

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Why Yellowstone in Springtime Will Make You Giddy

Why Yellowstone in Springtime Will Make You Giddy

Written by: Jayne Clark, May 08th, 2018

Categories: Plan

Bears, blooms, baby animals, and more await in the season of rebirth.

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5 Myths About Yellowstone

5 Myths About Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, April 05th, 2018

Categories: Facts

As the country’s first national park, Yellowstone has an almost mythical status in the American psyche. We set the record straight on some common misconceptions about Yellowstone.

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How Yellowstone’s Wildlife Adapts to Winter

How Yellowstone’s Wildlife Adapts to Winter

Written by: Jayne Clark, February 11th, 2018

Categories: Winter

From bears and bison to wolves and birds, many park animals are adept at surviving frigid conditions

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Romantic Spots in Yellowstone

Romantic Spots in Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, February 11th, 2018

Categories: Plan

Intimate moments and private spots make Yellowstone a romantic wonderland — especially in winter

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Insider Tips for Enjoying Yellowstone in Winter

Insider Tips for Enjoying Yellowstone in Winter

Written by: Jayne Clark, November 30th, 2017

Categories: Winter

Get the most out of your visit during the magical season by following these guidelines.

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The Wild Huckleberries of Yellowstone

The Wild Huckleberries of Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, October 25th, 2017

Categories: Food

This locally sourced and sustainable fruit appears in everything from margaritas and syrup to ice cream and lip balm at America’s first national park

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5 Experiences of a Lifetime in Yellowstone

5 Experiences of a Lifetime in Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, October 18th, 2017

Categories: Plan

From geyser gazing to wildlife watching to the magic of winter, add these wow opportunities to your bucket list.

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Q&A with a Law Enforcement Ranger

Q&A with a Law Enforcement Ranger

Written by: Jayne Clark, October 10th, 2017

Categories: Facts

A Yellowstone National Park Ranger Shares Little-Known Insights

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Great Geyser Gazing in Yellowstone National Park

Great Geyser Gazing in Yellowstone National Park

Written by: Jayne Clark, August 29th, 2017

Categories: Facts

Thrill to this gushing phenomenon in the place that has more geysers than anywhere else on earth.

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The New Canyon Lodges Go Green

The New Canyon Lodges Go Green

Written by: Jayne Clark, August 04th, 2017

Categories: General

The rustic-chic accommodations display a 21st-century sustainable aesthetic

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Yellowstone: A Perfect Morning for Wildlife Watching

Yellowstone: A Perfect Morning for Wildlife Watching

Written by: Jayne Clark, August 03rd, 2017

Categories: Facts

Wake up to animals large and small in the ‘American Serengeti’

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Water Lover’s Guide to Yellowstone

Water Lover’s Guide to Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, July 05th, 2017

Categories: Tips

From world-class fishing to scenic cruises, Yellowstone Lake has it all

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The Music of Yellowstone

The Music of Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, May 02nd, 2017

Categories: Facts

The otherworldly grandeur of Yellowstone has inspired a melodic earful from multiple composers and performers.

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8 Instagram-worthy Spots in Yellowstone

8 Instagram-worthy Spots in Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, June 06th, 2017

Categories: Tips

With its searing geysers, rushing rivers and cool, green forests — plus bear, elk, bison and other wildlife — Yellowstone National Park is a photographer’s dream come true

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Great Summer Tours of Yellowstone

Great Summer Tours of Yellowstone

Written by: Jayne Clark, April 05th, 2017

Categories: Plan

From photo safaris to wildlife watching, these excursions will enrich your visit.

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