Yellowstone National Park
By Jack Stacy
People have lived in the Yellowstone region for more than 11,000 years. Yellowstone was originally a Native American Home, as they used it to hunt and live on. Later, in 1872, it was made America's first national park
During the day in summer, the temperature stays around 80 degrees Fahrenheit. In Winter, the temperature ranges from 0 to 20 degrees.
Activities and Events
There are many events to to do at Yellowstone. You can see Old Faithful, go on a hike, you can camp, fish, and swim.
- Yellowstone was America's first national park
- There are 290 waterfalls throughout the park
- There are 300 geysers in the park
- 96% of the park is in Wyoming, 3% is in Montana, and 1% in Idaho
Association with Native Americans
Yellowstone was first inhabited by Native Americans a very long time ago. They lived and hunted on Yellowstone. These Indians were called Sheepeaters. The Sheepeaters still live in mountains of Yellowstone today.