Yellowstone Park is a wilderness wonderland all Americans should visit at least once in a lifetime. The nearly 3,500 sq mile park is located mostly in Wyoming but stretches into Idaho and Montana as well. It is home to natural wonders such as the Old Faithful geyser, hot springs, volcanos, rivers, and an abundance of wildlife. There are things to do in Yellowstone for everyone, whether they're looking to relax or go on a challenging hike.
Camping is a very popular activity at Yellowstone Park. There are twelve campgrounds and more than 2,000 campsites available. Reservations can be made at some of the campgrounds and but others are first come, first served. The park also offers backcountry camping for the adventurous who want to explore on foot. Permits must be obtained before visiting. Some of the backcountry campsites can be reserved, as well.
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