Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming is America’s first national park and one of its crown jewels. This park has so much to see and do you could spend a week here every year and still find something new each time. The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone with its waterfalls, Old Faithful and the bubbling mud pots and other geo-thermal features. In addition to the physical attractions Yellowstone is a prime location for viewing wildlife. Because of its national park protective status the animals are not hunted and are not nervous around people or traffic. Wolves, bears (both black and grizzly), and any number of ungulates are easily seen.
the most famous of course is Old Faithful.
Yellowstone Lake is ideal for fishing and boating.
I have traveled from Maine to Alaska and found no place better for viewing wildlife then Yellowstone. Believe it or not one of the most dangerous animals in the park are the bison,
although the bears should not be taken for granted.
Ungulates abound you can easily see elk,
and other small mammals.
Yellowstone is a park that will suit any interest in the natural world.