North Entrance - Traffic and Roosevelt Arch Webcam

View of traffic and the Roosevelt Arch at the park's North Entrance. Loading...

This webcam is on the North Entrance to the park at Gardiner, Montana. It shows traffic waiting to enter the park, and the Roosevelt Arch in the background.

The arch became known as the Roosevelt Arch because President Theodore Roosevelt, who happened to be vacationing in the park, spoke at the ceremony to lay the cornerstone in 1903. The plaque on the arch is inscribed with a phrase from the legislation that established Yellowstone National Park: "For the benefit and enjoyment of the people."