Yellowstone National Park Sights

Along the park's main drive—the Grand Loop (also referred to as Yellowstone's Figure Eight)—are eight primary "communities," or developed areas. On the Western Yellowstone map are five of those communities—Grant Village, Old Faithful, Madison, Norris, and Mammoth Hot Springs—with their respective sights. The Eastern Yellowstone map shows the remaining three—Tower-Roosevelt, Canyon, and

Lake (for Yellowstone Lake area)—with their respective sights.

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Albright Visitor Center

  • Information Center

Bachelor quarters for U.S. Army cavalry officers from 1909 to 1918, the red-roof visitor center was totally renovated in 2015. In addition...

Artist Point

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

An impressive view of the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River can be had from Artist Point, which has two observation platforms, one...

Back Basin

  • Geological Site

The trail through Back Basin is a 1½-mile loop guiding you past Steamboat Geyser. When it erupts fully (most recently in 2014), it's...

Biscuit Basin

  • Geological Site

North of Old Faithful, this basin is also the trailhead for the Mystic Falls Trail. The namesake "biscuit" formations were reduced to...

Black Sand Basin

  • Geological Site

There are a dozen hot springs and geysers near the cloverleaf entrance from Grand Loop Road to Old Faithful. Emerald Pool is one of the...

Blacktail Deer Plateau Drive

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

Keep an eye out for coyotes on this 6-mile, one-way dirt road that winds through sagebrush-covered hills and forests of lodgepole pines.

Canyon Visitor Center

  • Information Center

This gleaming visitor center contains elaborate interactive exhibits for adults and kids. The focus here is on volcanoes and earthquakes,...

Daytime Walks and Talks

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

Ranger-led programs are available during all seasons. Ranger walks are held at various locations throughout the summer. Winter programs...

East Entrance Road

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

Crossing the Absaroka Range, this 27-mile drive descends from the 8,530-foot Sylvan Pass to idyllic views of Yellowstone Lake. The road...

Evening Programs

  • Tour–Sight

Gather around to hear tales about Yellowstone's fascinating history, with hourlong programs on topics ranging from the return of the...

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