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Yellowstone National Park, Days 4 & 5
OK, we are convinced this is definitely a must-see park. As the park ranger stated yesterday, while we awaited Old Faithful to erupt, this is why the park was created in 1872. Over half the world's geysers are contained within this park. What historians have phrased "America's best idea", (the national parks) certa...
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epic images. we need to start working on this now
Lets do some brainstorming in Pismo...
What is a good campground on Yellowstone? We like trees, mountains and easy access to trails. Thank you for any tip!
Hi gzerbi, Matt and I parked at Grizzly RV Resort in West Yellowstone. Our day adventures included all sections of the park, but we did not stay in any of the park campgrounds. From what we saw every campground has trees, adjacent to or views of mountains and lots of trails. The park is 2+ million acres so unlimited exploring. Fishing Bridge is the only one inside the park with campground hookups.