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Sprawling over three states, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana, Yellowstone National Park features a wide variety of landscapes and natural wonders that attract millions of visitors each year. Known for its active and vast array of wildlife, Yellowstone is the perfect place to catch sight of grizzly bears, bison, and elk.
Yellowstone is home to:
- 300 species of birds
- 16 species of fish
- five species of amphibians
- six species of reptiles
- 67 species of mammals
Yellowstone is active year-round with opportunities to explore nature. From skiing and snowshoeing in the winter to biking and horseback riding in the summer, there are activities that everyone is sure to love.
- Explore geysers and thermal basins
- Horseback ride
Yellowstone is a hiker's dream. With over 900 miles of trails, you could spend a lifetime winding through the park’s forests and valleys.
- Old Faithful Day Hike
- Mammoth Hot Springs Day Hike
- Canyon Day Hikes
- West Thumb & Grant Day Hikes
There is a variety of opportunities to camp in Yellowstone. Make sure to adhere to all camping guidelines for the safety of you and your family, and others enjoying the park.
- Bridge Bay Campground
- Canyon Campground
- Fishing Bridge RV Park
- Grant Village Campground
- Madison Campground
Yellowstone has endless opportunities to explore. Find the Yellowstone Bar at the Lake Hotel, the Old Faithful Inn and Canyon Lodge.
THE YELLOWSTONE BAR
MEET OUR FLATHEAD CHERRIES AND ANISE MILK CHOCOLATE BAR
Flathead cherries are a dark cherry variety that grow in the unique climate at the base of Flathead Lake in western Montana. This decadent bar combines 38% milk chocolate with organic dried Flathead cherries and Anise for an easy-to-love and impossible to forget chocolate bar that transports you to cherry picking on a summer evening.
REVEL IN THE MOMENT
Best enjoyed in good company fireside, under the open sky or on a break between switchbacks.
38% milk chocolate, organic dried Flathead cherries