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Yellowstone Gateway Towns

Its been over 600,000 years since the caldera blew that created Yellowstone National Park. There were no humans in the area then, but if there were they would have probably name the area uh, oh instead of Yellowstone.

You can now stay just outside the park in one of the gateway towns around the park. These towns are probably safe from any upcoming seismic activity. Below are the gateway towns for Yellowstone:

West Yellowstone
Gardiner
Cooke City


Things to do and Info for Yellowstone National Park
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Top Things to do and See in Yellowstone
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Yellowstone Entrance Fees

Private, noncommercial automobile   $25 (7 days, both Yellowstone and Grand Teton)
Motorcycle     $20 (7 days, both parks)
Single entry (foot, bike, ski, etc.)     $12 (7 days, both parks)
Yellowstone–Grand Teton Pass   $50 (valid one year from date of purchase)
Senior Pass        $10—for U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. who are 62 or older.
Access Pass Free   for citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. who have been determined to be blind or permanently disabled and present such documentation.
America the Beautiful Pass   the National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass $80 Valid for one year from month of purchase. These prices may change

Fees may change