• Winter visitors watching geysers erupting


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Plan Your Visit

Visitors gaze at Old Faithful on a snowy winter day.
Visitors gaze at Old Faithful on a snowy winter day.
NPS / Jim Peaco
Are you dreaming of a Yellowstone adventure?

We want to help you plan your visit!

Get ready for grizzly bears and eagles. Geysers and mud pots. Forests and lakes. Historic cabins and prehistoric sites. Yellowstone offers countless opportunities for discovery and we hope you will have fun, make lifelong memories, and develop a deep connection to this special place.

Where to begin? This “Plan Your Visit” section has all kinds of helpful tips about things to do, places to go, eating and sleeping, and current conditions. Dig deeper for information about accessibility, directions, operating hours and seasons, fees and passes, permits and reservations, and brochures. If you are planning a winter visit, the perfect place to start is with Visiting in Winter.

Yellowstone National Park's Trip Planner (838 KB pdf) includes additional trip planning information. The Official Park Newspaper is another great source. You can also print information in ten different languages including &#日;&#本;&#語;.

Visit the official online store for books, maps, and guides to the park. Operated by the nonprofit Yellowstone Association, store proceeds directly benefit Yellowstone National Park.

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