- Medical Services
- Post Offices
- Gas Stations
- Stores & Gift Shops
- RV Repair Services
- Commercially Guided Activities & Services are businesses that have permits to offer an assortment of various services in the park.
Goods & Services
Learn about Nearby Cities for local chambers of commerce.
Cell Phone Service
Cell phone service is limited in the park and surrounding areas. The park does not maintain coverage maps or keep up with roaming agreements so it is important for you to check with your provider for their coverage areas if you need to be in service. Cell service may be accessible in some developed areas and at the North and West entrances. There are cell towers at Mammoth, West Yellowstone, Old Faithful, Grant, Lake, and on Dunraven Pass. Service is available in most of the communities that surround Yellowstone and along some of the major highways leading to the park but visitors will find many areas without coverage throughout the region. As a courtesy to others, please silence your mobile device while enjoying Yellowstone’s natural features.
Areas with reliable cell phone coverage for most carriers include:
The sheer number of visitors in the busy summer months of July and August can overwhelm cellular circuits resulting in an inability to send or receive a call, text, or data. Texting can be a more effective means of communication in areas with limited service. But remember, there is no a guarantee of service. Under no circumstances should visitors rely on cellular service in Yellowstone.
Limited Winter Services
Park concessioners operate lodging and provide other services, including evening programs, snow-coach tours, guided ski and snow-shoe tours, guided snowmobile tours, and wildlife bus tours. Check our Commercial Guided Tours page for a list of businesses that are authorized to provide services in the park.
For information about activities originating outside the park call the local chambers of commerce.