YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK FACTS
* Yellowstone’s 3,472 miles covers more area than the state of Rhode
Island and Delaware combined!
* Yellowstone sits atop one of the largest
volcanic fields on the planet, meaning most of the world’s geysers can be
found within park boundaries.
* Yellowstone has a 300-foot waterfall
known as the Lower Falls.
RV CAMPING IN YELLOWSTONE
NATIONAL PARK: BEST RV PARKS AND CAMPGROUNDS
Yellowstone Park KOA
Amenities: Just six miles from Yellowstone
National Park, this stunning campground offers a 360-degree view of the Rocky
Mountains. Head to the KOA office to grab a ride on the tour bus to Yellowstone
or enjoy one of the many on-site activities the campground offers.
Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park
Amenities: A short walk from the Grizzly
and Wolf Discovery Center, Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park & Cabins offers
plenty of opportunities to spend the day in the great outdoors.
Grant Village Campground
Amenities: Grant Village is a lakeside campground in Yellowstone that
has a general store, boat ramps, a gas station, a visitor center, and a
restaurant for visitors.
BEST TIME TO VISIT YELLOWSTONE
Calling all winter RV camping aficionados! If you love the snow and being
outdoors in freezing temperatures, visiting Yellowstone National Park during
the winter months might be just for you.
Early spring (April-May) is a
great time for Yellowstone RV camping because the prime tourism season is still
weeks away. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to watch the park bloom awake from
a long winter.
The peak summer season of July
to August is a perfect time to hike Yellowstone National Park’s stunning
terrain. During the sunny and warm season of the year, the park and its
surrounding area offer a wide variety of events and festivals to keep your days
busy and full of fun.
Autumn brings changing leaves
and cooler temperatures to Yellowstone National Park. With the summer visitors
beginning to head back home, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore
every corner of the park freely.
THINGS TO DO IN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
* Take a guided boat tour. Climb aboard the Lake Queen guided tour boat to
spend an hour of the day exploring some of the 140-mile-long Yellowstone
* Rent a canoe. If you think the park is stunning on foot, you should check it out
from the surrounding lakes.
* Go angling for wild trout: Join the 50,000 visitors a year that come just for the fishing.
Posted by: Cruise America & Canada RV Rentals Inc
Posted on: 14/07/2023