Did you know that one of the strongest recorded earthquakes in North America occurred just a few miles north of West Yellowstone? On your next scenic drive around West Yellowstone, stop in at the Earthquake Lake Visitor Center to find out more about the 1959 Hebgen Lake Earthquake and the “night of terror” that ensued.
I believe we all know that Yellowstone National Park has a superintendent who is in charge of maintaining the business of the park. The superintendent resides at Mammoth Hot Springs. There have been many superintendents in the park so I thought I would give you some information about the first three gentlemen who occupied that
Make Sure Your Vehicle Is Road-Ready with These Maintenance Tips Photo Credit: Pexels Each road trip provides an opportunity to embrace an unforgettable adventure with friends or family. It can remove you from your daily obligations, allow you to step out of your comfort zone, and help you refocus your life. And when you visit
Yellowstone Entrance Sign I was recently asked about which Presidents had visited Yellowstone National Park. Since I did not have the answer, I set out on a search to find out. This is what I was able to discover about our Presidents and their connections to Yellowstone. The best source I found was Yellowstone Historian
Stunning mountain vistas. Meadows full of bison. Endless options for year-round outdoor adventure, from skiing and snowshoeing in the winter to hiking, biking, and fishing in the summer. Friendly, down-to-earth locals and an Old West vibe. And then, there’s the world’s most famous geyser just a short drive away, not to mention other geological wonders
One stop you will want to be sure and make on your Yellowstone trip is at the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Lower Falls of the Yellowstone courtesy of Jim Peaco/Yellowstone National Park For years I was under the impression that there were two waterfalls to be seen – the Upper Falls and the Lower
Baby boomers account for 19% of all campers in the U.S., while ‘mature’ adults add another 5% to the annual tally, according to The 2018 North American Camping Report. And there’s no better place for senior citizens to enjoy the great outdoors than by choosing to camp out in one of West Yellowstone’s camping hotspots. But, rather
McCartney’s Hotel – Yellowstone National Park Photo Courtesy of YNP Archives I have become very interested in finding out information on hotels that once existed inside Yellowstone National Park but now, for one reason or another, are no longer there. The best place I have found to do research on Yellowstone is Geyser Bob’s website.
Road Trip 101 for Epic Family Fun If you’ve ever wanted to skip work for weeks on end and see the country, there’s no better time than now. First, and most importantly, your kids are getting older every day, and the window of opportunity to travel during their formative years closes a little with each
Acmegraph Post Card # 6514 In doing research on Yellowstone I came across some interesting facts on hotels that once existed in Yellowstone but are no more. The best source of information I have found on the history of Yellowstone is from Geyser Bob’s website. If you are interested in Yellowstone history, give his website