The offer is not valid with the Interagency Annual Pass. If you are a holder of an Access Pass or Senior Pass (formerly known as Golden Access or Golden Age passes) you can receive a 50% discount off of established standard rates at Bridge Bay, Canyon, Grant and Madison Campgrounds. The offer is not valid for Fishing Bridge RV Park. You must show your pass at check-in to receive the discount on your site only. Otherwise you will be charged the prevailing standard rate. For more information about Interagency passes, please visit this page on the NPS website.
Our Call Center is Currently Experiencing High Demand Resulting in Long Hold Times and Busy Signals.
While we will not be offering packages in Summer 2020, we encourage you to continue with your plans to visit the park. Limited in-park lodging will be available as of June 15, 2020. We will be accepting reservations for Summer 2021 packages starting November 2, 2020
Team up with a Yellowstone Forever Institute naturalist guide to discover wolves and elk, Yellowstone’s marquee predator and prey species. The elk mating season, or rut, spans late summer and fall where we’ll take plenty of time to enjoy and discuss the dramatic displays of mating bulls. Wolves are more elusive in fall but sunrise wildlife watching trips will still give us a good chance of observing wolves in the wild. Other activities include short hikes in wolf and elk habitat that includes discussions on the behavior, ecology, and management of both species. View the itinerary.
Activity Level – Hikes up to 3 miles per day with elevation gains up to 600 feet. Some off-trail hiking possible.
Lodging & Learning programs are offered in partnership with the Yellowstone Forever Institute.
Four nights at Mammoth Hot Springs in cabins
Four breakfasts and three lunches
One dinner per person
One welcome gift per adult
Expert instruction provided by Yellowstone Forever Institute naturalist guide
The Sound of Autumn
Have you ever heard the bugle of the bull elk during the fall rut? It’s an experience unlike any other in the park, with elk bugling ranging from low throaty sounds or a series of deep grunts to high pitch whistles.
Rick McIntyre arrived at Yellowstone National Park in 1974. He’s held several titles since then, but none have been more satisfying than the one he’s enjoyed for well over a decade: biological technician for the Yellowstone Wolf Project.