yellow stone national park

by victor & jonni

Fun Things To Do In Yellowstone National Park - Fun In Yellowstone - Various 4-10 day

special futures of the park

Yellowstone is home to about half of the world’s geyser the largest concentration on earth around 10,000 in all. The park includes 300 and hot springs including Old Faithful and Grand Prismatic Hot Spring.

a geyser is hot spring in which water boils, sending a tall column of water and steam into the air.

How the park was created:

        On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed The Act of Dedication law that created Yellowstone National Park. Hayden, while not the only person to have thought of creating a park in the region, was its first and most enthusiastic advocate.


At the yellowstone national park u can spend you're day doing many things like hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, and camping.

History of the park:

1872 — On March 1, President Ulysses Grant signed into existence the world’s first national park, Yellowstone National Park.

1894 — The Lacey Act is passed by Congress, giving full protection to wildlife in YellowstonePark, except wolves and coyotes.

1903-1904 — The most famous structure in Yellowstone, the Old Faithful Inn, is built. The unique building is constructed of native logs and built during the winter season.

How to get there:

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How the park was formed:

The story of Yellowstone’s thermal basins begins with features deep within the earth. At the center of the earth is the core which is surrounded by the mantle and finally the earths crust.
But what interest us is a feature known as a hotspot. It is a source of immense heat anchored within the mantle. This same hotspot is responsible for volcanic active in a number of areas in southeast Idaho including Craters of the Moon National Monument. After millions of years of movement of the earths crust this hotspot now lies beneath Yellowstone.
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Animal life found in the park:

Yellowstone Park is home to more wild animals than almost anywhere else in the U.S. Visitors are likely to see a number of animals in Yellowstone freely roaming the landscape, from Yellowstone’s two types of bears grizzlies and black bears to gray wolves which were once almost extinct in the area, bison is one of the most prevalent species in the park, wild horses, eagles, trumpeter swans and many more.

Map of the park:

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Travel Itinerary:

  • when i get to yellow stone i will get there and i will find a place for me to camp. After that i will go to will go to the mammoth hot springs and look at the geysers. then i will go fishing and after that i will go look at the beautiful land scape and wildlife.
  • i will stay in a hotel called canyon lodge & cabins. Rates: $4.75 per hour, $11.75 per day, $24.95 for three days.
  • i will eat at Grant Village Restaurant and i will eat hot wings that cost $10.25
  • i will spend about $100 for the entire trip and i will be there for 3 days .