About Yellowstone National Park
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The goal of this website is to showcase as many pictures of Yellowstone National Park as possible. This website includes:
- Pictures taken in and around Yellowstone Park
- Various Yellowstone region maps
- Tips on visiting the park, including when to visit and must-see attractions
- FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
- Exposed Webcams
Tips And Activities For The Kids
We just came home from our first trip to Yellowstone with our two kids (ages 6 and 8). We had such as blast! I’ve compiled a list of things that may be helpful for families with children (what to bring, activities do to, etc). It’s an amazing place for kids to have fun while learning at the same time.
1) What To Pack:
- Make sure to bring a jacket and long sleeve shirt for each child as the mornings and evenings can be cold. If not, you may need to purchase some clothing at the park for your kids.
- Rain gear is very important.
- Have the children pack their hiking shoes and sandals.
- Each child needs his/her own refillable water bottle. Being in high altitudes can make them thirsty.
- Sunscreen – The sunlight can be pretty intense at times.
- Travel Tray – Soft, lightweight and small enough to be easily stored in your car. This is the one I used; it is super convenient!
2) If your kids do not like to read, I would suggest that you bring audio books to keep them busy. Or if you prefer, print out some Yellowstone park coloring pages for the kids to color in the car or at the Inn.
3) Be sure to do the Junior Ranger program. This program is for kids ages 5 to 12 that includes fun educational activities. At the end of the program, your kids will be considered a “junior ranger” and they will receive a patch for going through the program. We had our kids do it and it was amazing! They both had so much fun!
4) Children ages 8 and above can sign up for horse riding lessons. They are offered during the summer at Roosevelt, Mammoth, and Canyon villages.
5) Visit the Visitors Centers (There are 8 of them) – They are quite updated and are both fun and educational for kids of all ages (even adults!)
6) Take your children into the Old Faithful Inn. It’s a log cabin hotel with ceiling that is 65 feet high.
7) Teach your kids about environmental responsibility. Tell them to leave their snacks/food in your locked car before going hiking to prevent bears from gaining access and make sure they throw away garbage after eating and place any recyclables in the recycle bin.
8) Rent bikes for the entire family at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge. The bike trails at Yellowstone Park around that area are quite easy even for the occasional rider. Gloves and helmets are also available.
9) Have your kids try the different types of foods served at the restaurants.
Yellowstone National Park is a great park for the entire family and I can’t wait to go back!
For more information, please visit the Yellowstone National Park website here.