The Ultimate Day Trip to America’s First National Park
Yellowstone National Park was the United States’ first National Park and there’s a reason for it. Phenomenal wildlife, unique landscapes and one-of-a-kind geothermal features make up this massive National Park, and the truth is photos just can’t do it justice (and we’ve seen some spectacular photos of Yellowstone). Geysers spouting straight up next to steam vents and thermal features that seem like they belong on another planet. Muddy, bubbling cauldrons and emerald pools. Wildlife so majestic it will take your breath away. Yellowstone is a park that will steal your heart.
You could easily take two weeks to explore Yellowstone (and you might want to after you spend a day here). To truly experience the best aspects of the park, you’ll want to plan at least three days. But if you only have one day to spend in the park, you want to get the most out of your time here. The park is immense (nearly 3,500 square miles) with five entrances, and there is a lot to see.
YELLOWSTONE ONE DAY ITINERARY – THE UPPER LOOP
YELLOWSTONE ONE DAY ITINERARY – THE LOWER LOOP
AN EXTRAORDINARY TRIP
One of our favorite things about Yellowstone National Park is the diversity. Every stop you make offers a completely new landscape, interesting thermal features and new wildlife. One visit will have you instantly understanding why this was America’s first National Park. And we’re pretty sure your first visit won’t be your last.
Enjoy comfortable, modern, amenity-rich lodging when you stay outside Yellowstone National Park.
Tours & Rentals
Experience an up-close view of the park, while learning about the fascinating history, geology and wildlife.