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Visitor Information

Visitor Centers

A little bit of context greatly enhances the Yellowstone National Park experience. Anyone spending time in the park will want to check out the various visitor centers maintained by the National Park Service. No two are alike, and they cover all aspects of the Yellowstone experience. They're presented here in alphabetical order.

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Medical Services – Post Offices

You’re never too far away from a clinic or post office in Yellowstone. Medical Services There are three medical facilities in Yellowstone National Park: Mammoth Clinic is open year-round Oct. 1 – May 30, open Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. (closed for lunch 1-2 p.m.), closed Friday afternoons. June 1 – Sept. 30 open daily, 8:30 a.m. ...

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Park Fees & Prices — 2009

Nothing worthwhile in life is free, and that includes Yellowstone National Park. Here are the 2009 prices for park admission for vehicles, RVs, commercial vehicles and seniors.

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Yellowstone Park Entrances

Entrances Map

Entrances to Yellowstone National Park are known by their geographic direction in relation to the park, not by the cities near the entrance.

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2012-2013 Yellowstone National Park Opening and Closing Dates

Here are the 2012-2013 closing dates you’ll need to plan your next visit to Yellowstone National Park. These dates are current as of October 21, 2012. Bridge Bay Campground: Closed; opens late May. Dock Rental: Closed; opens late May. Scenic Cruises: Closed; opens early June. Guide Boats (outboards): Closed; opens early June. Marina Store: Closed; opens late May. Canyon Village ...

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Vehicle Services

In the summer, the vast majority of Yellowstone National Park visitors arrive in an automobile. Chances are pretty good you’ll need to fill the car or RV with gas during your Yellowstone sojourn. While gas prices are a little higher in the park than in the surrounding area, park regulations assure you won’t be gouged if you fill in the ...

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Handicap Accessibility

Despite the rustic nature of Yellowstone National Park, accessibility  has been stressed by the National Park Service in recent years, and virtually every major facility in the park is accessible. Here we list specific handicapped-accessible areas of the park. Bridge Bay -Stores; Yellowstone General Store at the Marina is accessible from the boat ramp area -Restrooms; campground (loop A) and ...

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