Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is one of the most visited and cherished Western National Parks and is one of America’s greatest monuments as a living history museum. This unspoiled, natural majestic vacation destination is dense with native wildlife, acres of wilderness and mountain trails to explore. For the outdoor enthusiast, there are scenic views of the Teton Mountain Range, Old Faithful, Yellowstone Lake, Lower Falls, incredible wildlife viewing, white water rafting down the Snake River Canyon, mountain climbing, secluded hiking trails, hunting, fishing, mountain biking and more. Open year round, this area offers much to see and do and is an experience one won’t soon forget!
Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming, just south of Yellowstone National Park and is awesome in splendor with dramatic jagged peaks that tower more than 12,000 feet high, several offering a ‘cathedral’ appearance. Here one can enjoy prime photography opportunities of forests, mountain peaks and streams cascading down the mountain sides, wildlife and more. Opportunities for hiking, kayaking camping and boating also abound. The Rockefeller Parkway connects the Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park which provides great driving access between parks.
The city of Jackson, just north of the Grand Teton National Park, is a great place to visit and taking in a day of shopping. The Jackson Hole area is best known for its wonderful scenery, abundant wildlife, western boardwalks, restaurants and more. You may also want to visit Jackson Lake or the National Elk Refuge while there. Grand Teton and Jackson Hole offer numerous RV places to park and camp which provide ample facilities for the RV camper. These areas in Wyoming offer an excellent western vacation and will provide memories to last a lifetime! Be sure to visit http://www.wyomingtourism.org for more information.
For more information, visit the Wyoming Tourism website.