Yellowstone National Park

2.2 Million Acres

Overview: Home to Old Faithful and a majority of the world’s geysers, Yellowstone is a natural treasure on a national and global scale. The area’s geyser population is the foremost reason for its establishment as America’s very first national park in 1872, an idea that has been adopted all over the world. Yellowstone is protected as one of the Earth’s last, relatively intact, natural ecosystems within a temperate zone. This is a spectacular park with unbelievable natural phenomena, all occurring on the site of perhaps the largest volcanic eruption ever! Grizzly bears, wolves, bison herds, and elk are just a few of the precious wildlife the park service aims to protect along with the wild land and the area’s natural resources. Whether you camp or stay in a luxury hotel, Yellowstone needs to be seen to be believed—and even then you might not believe it!

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