Smarter Than The Average Traveler - My Dream Trip To YellowStone

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As you guys know, i'm really into travel, especially when it involves getting out into nature. That's why a trip to Yellowstone park would be an absolute dream for me. There are so many places that you can visit there and some many excellent nature spots to take advantage of.  If you go at the right time you can ven get to see baby animals. Read on to find out more.

The Park

Yellowstone national park is huge 3500 square foot nature reserve in USA.  It also a major stop for a lot of people doing an American road trips. It spans the three states of Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming, but i mostly located in Wyoming. 

There is so much to see at Yellowstone including hot spring that you can swim in and canyons to explore.  There is also the most stunning natural environments with river, forests, and wildlife. Don't miss the iconic hot geezers that spray at certain times during the day, either. The most famous of which is Old Faithful. You can book a tour to go and see this and then run several times a day. There are plenty of animals to see here too, including wolves and of course bears!

Park Safety

In fact, because the park is so big, it can feel like you are out in the wilderness. That means you have to be careful and treat your surroundings with respect. There are park rangers posted there to help you if you get into trouble, but you need to be sensible and take your own precautions to minimize any risk.

These include being careful and respectful of any wildlife that you come across during your stay. Of course in real life, the bears may be after your picnic. But they are unlikely to be as friendly as Yogi and Boo Boo, so you need to know what to do it you encounter them. 

You also need to be aware of the relation of starting fires. In most of the campgrounds in Yellowstone, wood and charcoal fires are allowed. But you won't be able to start one if you are outside of these areas. Remember that Yellowstone is a nature reserved and protected as such so they can't risk untended fires getting out of control.

Also, don't forget to check their official website for alerts which can help you stay safe during your visit.


Talking of campsites, that is where you will need to stay come the night time. Some allow for tents, but most campers go for the most comfortable RV set up. You can rent an RV or some people choose to buy an RV for their Yellowstone Park Vacation. Travel Trailers are a popular choice, as are fifth wheelers. In some places you can even trade your old RV against some of the price!

Just remember to hook up the power and waste connection properly. Then you will have your home away from home out in the beautiful surroundings of Yellowstone.

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Disclosure: This article is published in partnership with Mediabuzzer.

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