Yellowstone National Park

By: Reece


The history of the Yellowstone region goes back more than 11,000 years. About 11,000 years ago many groups of Native Americans used the land as their homes and hunting grounds. Many people have been coming ever sense.


Old Faithful is a geyser located in Yellowstone National Park. Old Faithful was named in 1870 and was the first geyser in the park to receive a name.[ It is one of the most predictable features on Earth. It Erupts almost every 63 minutes. The geyser is one of the reasons why Yellowstone is visited so much.


Summer- 70 to 80 degrees

Winter- 20 normally but has a record of -66 degrees

Spring and Fall- 30 to 60 degrees

Activities and Events

In Yellowstone there are tons of winter sports ranging from skiing to dog races. There is also tons of scenic adventures from the Old Faithful to Baby animal viewing. But people go to Yellowstone to feel wild. You can cam to get a real sense of the wild.

4 Fascinating Facts

Yellowstone was the world’s first national park

No one has been killed by a bear inside Yellowstone since 1986

Yellowstone has a Grand Canyon

Yellowstone has a supervolcano...

all in Yellowstone

Native Americans

Before rangers started leading tours, Yellowstone was the home of one Native American tribe the Sheepeaters ( Sheep Eaters), because of their food source, bighorn sheep. Anyone asking about the tribe in the early would hear fantastic tales: The Sheepeaters still live deep in the mountains to this day.