Originally Posted by Oakman
Yellowstone is my favorite National Park. Grizzly RV Park is a great choice for visiting Yellowstone.
It goes without saying that Old Faithful is a must see. Also the Lower Falls in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is a must see. There are a number of trails in the Lower Falls area offering different views and one short but steep trail will take you right to the brink of the falls. All of the geyser basins are worth a visit. The best area to see herds of bison and possibly a bear is in Lamar Valley. The best area to see Elk is in the Mammoth Springs area. Since youíll be coming into the park from the west entrance be sure to take a drive on the Firehole Canyon Rd. Itís a one way road that will take you right back to the Grand Loop Road. I know your time is limited but your kids might like the chuckwagon ride and dinner. Itís not cheap but I thought Iíd throw that thought out there. So much to see, so little time. Some pics.
Old Faithful as viewed from Observation Point.
Lower Falls from one of the many viewing areas. The brink of the falls viewing area is to the right of the falls.
Here's a better pic of the brink of the falls viewing area.
A small herd of Bison in Lamar Valley.
The chuckwagon ride to where the dinner is served.
I hope you have a great time on your trip.
These pics are awesome, thanks for sharing! We did YNP a couple of years ago and took 2 weeks to do it. We also did the chuckwagon dinner ride and it was great! And as it turned out, one of the cow pokes is from pretty close to where we live! I've told the DW I would take a trip to YNP over Disney World any time!!