Yellowstone National Park

YellowstoneRiver Snake River Fire hole River Gardner River Lamar River Gallatin Range absaroka range Grand Loop Rd Norris canyon road LAMAR VALLEY HAYDEN VALLEY yellowstone lake West Thumb lewis lake Heart Lake shoshone lake GRAND CANYONOF YELLOWSTONE old faithful grand prismatic canyon village lake village bridge bay grant village west thumb madison norris mammoth hot springs tower roosevelt fishing bridge SOUTH ENTRANCE (jackson) 6.8 miles to Grand Teton EAST ENTRANCE (Cody) fishing bridge RV PARK PEBBLE CREEK CAMPGROUND SLOUGH CREEK CAMPGROUND MADISON CAMPGROUND GRANT VILLAGE CAMPGROUND CANYON CAMPGROUND LEWIS LAKE CAMPGROUND INDIAN CREEK CAMPGROUND MAMMOTH CAMPGROUND BRIDGE BAY CAMPGROUND YellowstonePark Roads The weather in Yellowstone can change quickly. While planning your trip, be sure to check the latest road statuses.
Map Your Yellowstone Adventure.

Encompassing 2.2 million acres, Yellowstone National Park is the second largest national park in the lower 48. With so much to explore, including over 10,000 hydrothermal features, more than half the world’s geysers, 466 miles of road and over 92 trailheads, you’ll want to decide which features to visit before you arrive. This map highlighting camping and lodging in Yellowstone – plus some of the park’s most popular sights – will help you get started.

Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

This canyon carved by the Yellowstone River is most famous for its Lower Falls. Here, the river tumbles twice the height of Niagara Falls before striking the canyon floor.

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Bridge Bay at Yellowstone Lake to Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone 20 miles, 45 minutes