South Entrance Station

A person in a minivan receives papers from a ranger leaning out of a small cabin with a sign of entrance fees
Vehicle at the entrance station

Quick Facts
South Entrance

Entrance Passes for Sale, Information, Information - Park Newspaper Available, Information - Ranger/Staff Member Present

Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks charge separate entrance fees. People visiting both parks can save money by purchasing an Interagency Annual Pass. Learn more about fees and passes online.


Road construction is underway on park roads. Check the park newspaper, Current Roads Status, or call 307-344-2117 for delays or closures.

Speed limit: 45 mph unless otherwise posted. Please drive slowly and cautiously to protect yourself and wildlife.

During winter, most roads are open to primarily commercially guided snowcoach and snowmobile travel only, and closed to automobiles. The road between the North and Northeast entrances is open to automobiles all year.


Accessible vault toilets just inside the park.

We strive to make facilities, services, and programs accessible to all. Service animals are allowed, though they require a permit in the backcountry.

Accessibility Guide to Yellowstone (free) available from entrance stations and visitor centers.

Yellowstone National Park

Last updated: April 5, 2024