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Emergencies occur in Yellowstone all the time. Should something happen to you on your trip -- major or minor -- you'll want to know where the nearest ranger station is.

Ranger Stations

 

Bridge Bay Backcountry Office South of Lake Village on Grand Loop Road Open seasonally; backcountry, fishing, and boating permits available  
Canyon Backcountry Office 1/8 mile southeast of Canyon Junction in the Canyon Village complex Open seasonally; backcountry, fishing, and non-motorized boat permits available Restrooms, exhibits, book sales, general store, backcountry permits, gas, food, and lodging
Grant Village Backcountry Office 3/4 mile from Grant Village Junction (near gas station and Hamilton Store)
Open seasonally; backcountry, fishing, and boat permits available Gas, food, lodging, and general store
Lake Backcountry Office Lake Village Area, 1.5 miles south of Fishing Bridge Junction Open seasonally; backcountry, fishing, and boating permits available
Clinic, gas, food, lodging, and general store
Mammoth Backcountry Office Albright Visitor Center at Mammoth Hot Springs, 5 miles south of North Entrance
Open year-round; backcountry permits, non-motorized boating and fishing permits available Restrooms, exhibits, book sales, gas, food, lodging, and general store
Old Faithful Backcountry Office 16 miles soth of Madison Junction on the Grand Loop Road Open seasonally; backcountry, fishing, and non-motorized boating permits available
Restrooms, exhibits, book sales, gas, food, lodging, and general store
Tower Backcountry Office Immediately west of Tower Junction Open seasonally; backcountry and fishing permits available
Restrooms, gas, food, and lodging

 

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