Plans

Old Faithful Lodge Closes for 2017 Summer Season

Old Faithful Lodge

The Old Faithful Lodge in Yellowstone National Park has closed for the season, along with several other park facilities.

Read More »

Presenters Sought for 15th Annual Fall Photo Festival

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Yellowstone National Park is inviting photographers to give presentations at the 15th Annual Fall Photo Festival.

Read More »

Annual Yellowstone Hawk Watch Slated for September 23

Come to Yellowstone National Park Saturday, September 23 and celebrate the park’s raptor population during the annual Hawk Watch.

Read More »

NPS Kills Young Grizzly Near Heart Lake in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone grizzly

Last week, National Park Service biologists trapped and killed a bear near Heart Lake in Yellowstone National Park.

Read More »

Fishing Bridge Road Reconstruction to Start Spring 2018

The National Park Service has approved a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for a road reconstruction project between Fishing Bridge and Indian Pond.

Read More »

Bridge Bay Campground Closes for the 2017 Summer Season

Services around Yellowstone National Park have started to close for the season, including Bridge Bay Campground.

Read More »

Fire Danger Ranked Very High in Yellowstone National Park

Fire danger in Yellowstone National Park has been rated “very high” as wildfires continue to burn across Montana and the American West.

Read More »

Yellowstone Seeks Volunteers for National Public Lands Day

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Yellowstone National Park is seeking volunteers for a National Public Lands Day project.

Read More »

Snowmobile Lottery Opens September 1 for 2017-18 Winter Season

Starting September 1, 2017, visitors can enter the winter 2017-2018 snowmobile lottery for permits in Yellowstone National Park.

Read More »

Teton County Emergency Officials Prepare for Solar Eclipse

Emergency officials in Teton County are preparing for a crush of visitors to Grand Teton National Park for the 2017 solar eclipse.

Read More »