Nine webcams—one live-streaming and eight static—provide views of the current conditions around the North Entrance, Mammoth Hot Springs, Mount Washburn, the West Entrance, and the Upper Geyser Basin.

Unfamiliar with the park? Not a problem! Check on the location map of where each of the webcams is located and which direction they are facing. Interested in learning more about the webcams used here at Yellowstone? Check out the frequently asked questions.


Live-streaming Webcam

Thanks to webcam volunteers, this webcam provides a streaming view of Old Faithful Geyser and other happenings around the Upper Geyser Basin—one of the most unique and dynamic places on earth with about 300 active geysers.


This live view is made possible by the Eyes on Yellowstone program funded by Canon USA, Inc. through a generous grant to Yellowstone Forever.

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Notes on Predictions:

- Predictions are not available when the Old Faithful Visitor Education Center is closed, typically early November through mid-December and mid-March through mid-April.

- The last prediction made will remain up until a new prediction is available.


Static Webcams

View current conditions at various locations around the park. Images from these webcams refresh roughly every 30 seconds.

North Entrance and Mammoth Hot Springs


Mount Washburn


West Entrance


Upper Geyser Basin

Geothermal features in the Upper Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone Lake


Webcam Locations

Explore the map to discover the location of all the park's webcams, and learn a little bit more about the cameras.


Last updated: November 21, 2017

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