Park Address: 2 Officers Row,Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190

Latitude and Longitude GPS: 44.4280° N, 110.5885° W

Park Hours: Open 24 hours

Park Fees: Vehicle $30, Motorcycle $20, Day Pass $7.

Visitor Center Information: Grant Visitor Center - Grant Village Rd, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190.

Park Size: 2.2 million acres

Weather Summary: Best time to visit is during the spring months! 

Hiking Trails and Overlooks: Grand Prismatic, Mystic Falls, Upper Geyser Basin and West Thumb Geyser Trail, Mammoth Trails, Fairy Falls, Midway Geyser Basin, Canyon Rim North Trail, Avalanche Peak Trail, Artist Point, Old Faithful Geyser Loop Trail, Upper Falls, Mystic Falls, Artist Paintpots Trail, Norris Geyser Basin, Fountain Paint Pot Trail, Fairy Creek, Bunsen Peak and Clear Lake.

Glaciers in the Park: A glacial deposit near Tower Fall dates back 1.3 million years ago.

Mountains in the Park: Mount Washburn, Yellowstone Caldera, Eagle Peak, Electric Peak, Bunsen Peak, Mount Sheridan, Seplucher Mountain, Roaring Mountain, Mountain Homes, Purple Mountain, Mount Everts, Barronette Peak, Mount Doane, Dunraven Peak, Colter Peak, Mount Shurz, Mount Stevenson, Factory Hill.

Oceans, Rivers and Lakes: Lewis River, Isa Lake, The Gibbon and Firehole rivers join to form the Madison River, Lamar Rivers, Slough Creek, Fall River, Heart River, Crawfish Creek, Iron Spring Creek, Shields River,

Animals Native to Park: Elk, mule deer, bison, moose, bighorn sheep, pronghorn, and white-tailed deer—live here.

Interesting Facts About Grand Teton National Park: Yellowstone encompasses 3,472 square miles (2,221,766 acres) which makes it larger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined. AlsoYellowstone is home to more than 500 active geysers (more than half the world’s geysers).