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Mostly in northwest Wyoming, the Yellowstone National Park is the first area identified for preservation by the U.S. Congress in the mid 1800s, comprising over two million acres, more area than is occupied by Delaware and Rhode Island combined, and having over 300 miles of paved roads serving five separate entrances, with small portions of the park crossing over the state lines into Montana and Idaho. The park is actually a volcanic basin through which about 250 active geysers, including "Old Faithful," spout their steam, giving Yellowstone the densest concentration of active geysers on the planet, and over 2,000 minor earthquakes per year. In addition, the park is partially covered by water, featuring almost 300 waterfalls each with a height of at least 15 feet, supports 8 different varieties of pine tree, and has one of the largest petrified forests in the world. Wild bison, moose, grizzly bear, elk, whooping crane, bald eagle, lynx and the grey wolf are all protected and live in the park. In the winter, you can enjoy skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. In the summer, horseback riding, backpacking, camping and fishing are all popular. There is so much to see of the American wilderness here, and it is preserved in its raw state, just as it was discovered, for everyone to enjoy.

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· Yellowstone National Park · Cody
Lodging located in Yellowstone National Park. The park, which spans over 2 million acres, remains 99% undeveloped. Lodging options located in the town of Cody, about 50 miles west of Yellowstone National Park.
· Jackson Hole · Grand Teton
Lodging located in the Jackson/Jackson Hole area with easy access to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Lodging options located in Grand Teton National Park, north of the Jackson / Jackson Hole area.
· Big Sky Metro
Lodging located in Montana, north of Yellowstone.

Area Facts: Yellowstone National Park is the largest national park in the lower 48 states covering over 3,400 square miles. The area code for Yellowstone is 307.

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