Yellowstone National Park is proud to offer two free apps to help with planning your trip, understanding the stories of the park, and enjoying your visit.
Yellowstone National Park
Plan and enrich your visit to Yellowstone National Park with the official National Park Service app. Digitally explore the world's first national park—by map or by topic of interest. Discover the natural and cultural stories in context with their locations.Find the information you need about visitor centers, events, lodging, places to eat and shop, and services throughout the park.
Discover park stories by exploring collections right on the home screen. Quickly delve into a topic that interests you, from the major resources of the park to going on an enriched self-guided walking tour.
See where you are located within the park, find what is nearby, and show specific service locations on this enhanced map.
Plan your visit and reminder yourself of places, topics, tours, and events that interest you. The app will even notify you when you get near a saved location.
Ready to share your experience? Tap here to create your very own collage of images you've taken of your Yellowstone experience, then share that collage with friends and family.
Calendar and Alerts
Get up-to-date information from the National Park Service about what is happening in Yellowstone, including ranger programs and road construction (requires cellular service for initial data and for updates).
Audio-described sites and alternative text for images. This app includes up-to-date accessibility information for facilities and some trails in the park.
Using the AppCellular service within the park is extremely limited. In order to make use of the app while in Yellowstone, follow these simple steps before you arrive:
Download the AppThe app is free and available on the App Store and on Google Play.
This free National Park Service app provides eruption predictions (when available) for Old Faithful, Grand, Castle, Great Fountain, Daisy, and Riverside Geysers.
Beyond the predictions, discover the natural wonder these geysers through facts, photos, and videos.
Last updated: July 11, 2018