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www.theglobaldigital.com                        Yellowstone National Park

    Yellowstone National Park  was the first

national park in the world. Yellowstone is

one of the most popular national parks in the U.S.

receiving over 2 million annual visitors.

   The park is well known for its geo-thermal activity

(Old Faithful) and its wildlife.

  Yellowstone is located primarily in Wyoming but 

extends into Montana and Idaho.  The park is

just under 3500 square miles.

  The park and its protected areas are one of the best

spots for viewing the American Bison. It is home to 

the largest public Bison herd in the United States.

  On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed

The Act Of Dedication law that created Yellowstone.

  There are campgrounds, cabins and lodges in Yellowstone

and the surrounding National Forests.  Making advance

reservations is highly recommended.

 

               Points Of Interests For Yellowstone

Canyon Village

Grand Canyon Of Yellowstone

Old Faithful - geyser

Old Faithful Inn

Yellowstone Wolf Tracker

Mammoth Hot Springs

Yellowstone Lake

Upper Geyser Basin

Lamar Valley

Tower Fall

Snake River

Museum Of The National Park Ranger

Artist Point

Firehole Canyon Drive

Grand Loop Road

Uncle Tom's Trail

Morning Glory Pool

Hayden Valley

Roosevelt Arch

Petrified Trees

Fort Yellowstone

 

   The National Park System is a definite expression of the 

   highest in our American code of government -

         equality for all. 

                                                    Isabelle Story

 

 

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