Yellowstone Park KOA
P.O. Box 348
3305 Targhee Pass Hwy.
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
1(800) 562 - 7591
Yellowstone Park KOA
Yellowstone Park has got to be the scenery capital of the world. Keep in mind that Yellowstone National Park is 2.2 million acres of scenery, wildlife and geologic wonders and you really need to plan for 2-4 full days at a minimum to really do it justice. You can take it at your own pace though. You can drive the loops in your RV, car or motorcycle and just stop at the major sites or you can go all out and do some backcountry hiking or maybe just anything in between … it’s up to you!
Teton National Park is also only 50 some miles away, and day trips to that area are also very easy and it just makes sense to use Yellowstone Park KOA as your base camp for the region.
There is so much outside of Yellowstone that really needs to be highlighted but there is so much to do that it’s almost impossible to mention it all. Here are some of our “must do” recommendations.
Yellowstone Buffalo Bus Touring Company
Daily stops at the West Yellowstone KOA... See and discover the natural wonders of Yellowstone: geysers and hot springs, lakes, rivers, and streams, and more wildlife than anywhere else in the lower 48 states with our knowledgeable guides. Read More
The Diamond P Horse Ranch
Right next door to the Yellowstone KOA! Horseback riding into the mountains near West Yellowstone. Read More
Wild West Yellowstone Rodeo
Nightly Rodeos right across the road from West Yellowstone KOA. Family run business designed to entertain your family. Read More
Yellowstone Zip Line & Canopy Tours
The Gallatin is a rocky canyon river that runs high in June and subsides by August. We run boats of 6 people + 1 guide. We have easy trips and challenging trips available. Clients are required to paddle if possible. Our Gallatin Office is located north of West Yellowstone about a 1 hour drive. **High/Medium Water excitement
The Yellowstone is a big, splashy river perfect for kids and first time rafters. The Yellowstone Office is located in Gardiner, Montana, at the North Entrance of the Park near Mammoth Hot Springs, about 65 miles from West Yellowstone. Great river for swimming or relaxing. Also has fun waves and splashes which are big in June.
Yellowstone Historic Center
The Yellowstone Historic Center was created to protect, preserve, and display the rich travel history of Yellowstone National Park. Visit their historic 10-acre Oregon Short Line Terminus Historic District. In West Yellowstone across from Imax and Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center. Read More
Yellowstone IMAX Theatre
The largest IMAX in the western United States. In West Yellowstone next to Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center. www.yellowstoneimax.com Read More
Sight of the 1959 earthquake devastation. About 25 miles north of West Yellowstone. letely restored old west ghost town. Bring your quarters for the music arcad Read More
Witness the birth of the Henry's Fork of the Snake River (bring your bread crumbs to feed the fish, no fishing allowed). Outside Island Park, ID, 29 miles southwest of West Yellowstone. Read More
Mesa Falls Scenic Byway
A peaceful scenic byway (great picnic spot). Outside Ashton, ID, 50 miles southwest of West Yellowstone. Read More
Red Rock Lake National Wildlife Refuge
This little gem really is one of those places that needs to have more visitors. The Centennial Range easily equals anything you’ll see in the Tetons and the Red Rock Lake National Wildlife Refuge is home to the largest concentrations of Trumpeter Swans in the lower 48 United States. Read More
Old Faithful Geyser
Undoubtedly the world's most publicized geyser (although it is neither the largest, highest nor most regular one in Yellowstone),
Old Faithful is aptly named. Old Faithful has been remarkably consistent. Unlike most thermal features in the park, its heights,
intervals and length of play have changed very little in 100 years. Old Faithful does not erupt every hour on the hour; however,
it does erupt 18 to 21 times every day. Check out the
Old Faithful WebCam!.
Norris Geyser Basin
Norris Geyser Basin is the hottest and most changeable thermal area in Yellowstone. We will explore many of the features you would see if you walked the 2 1/4 miles (3.6 km) of trails. Discover the location of the tallest active geyser, colorful hot springs, and microscopic life in one of the most extreme environments on earth. Read More
Join us for a scenic or whitewater river rafting adventure on the Gallatin River! Located perfectly for those visiting Yellowstone National Park, West Yellowstone, Big Sky and Bozeman, we are in our 17th year as the Yellowstone area's whitewater rafting headquarters. Don't settle for less, let Geyser Whitewater show you the legendary service and hospitality that you deserve!! Read More
Our Half Day Paradise begins on the northern border of Yellowstone Park. Right where the Gardner River converges with the mighty Yellowstone River, you will find rolling waves that are fun for the whole family! Ride the Waves at Man-Eater Hole, Boonie's Revenge and Sleeping Giant (shown in pic)! Take in the breathtaking view of Devils Slide and La Duke Hotsprings. Float through some flatwater stretches great for swimming and relaxing. Read More
Mammoth Hot Springs
Several key ingredients combine to make the Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces: heat, water, limestone, and a rock fracture system through which hot water can reach the earth's surface. Today's geothermal activity is a link to past volcanism. A partially molten magma chamber, remnant of a cataclysmic volcanic explosion 600,000 years ago in central Yellowstone, supplies one of the ingredients, heat. Read More
Grizzly Discovery Center
The Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center offers every visitor to Yellowstone a chance to uniquely experience the world of grizzly bears and gray wolves. All the animals at the Center are unable to survive in the wild and serve as ambassadors for their wild counterparts. Read More
The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum is committed to preserving the history that makes Jackson Hole a special place to live, work, and visit. Please come into our Web site to learn more about the history of the town of Jackson and the valley known as Jackson Hole. The histories of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park played heavily in the economic and physical development of Jackson Hole. Our exhibits, library of Western Americana, archival resources, and publications all reflect this influence. Our resources include over 7,000 historic photographic images from Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park. Photos from the collection are available for reprint. Visit our on-line photo gallery for a small sampling. Read More
Gold Rush Ghost Towns
All of Montana has the deepest pride and affection for Virginia City. No more colorful pioneer mining camp ever existed. Dramatic tales of the early days in this vicinity are legion. Rich placer diggings were discovered in Alder Gulch in the spring of 1863 and the stampede of gold seekers and their parasites was on! Sluices soon lined the gulch and various "cities" blossomed forth as trading and amusement centers for free handed miners. Virginia City, the best known of these and the sole survivor, became the Capitol of the Territory. Read More