Yellow Stone is one of the few natural wonders left in the continental United States. The unique geological activity that lives beneath the park brings thousands of guests from around the globe to see the power of nature. Yellow Stone is located in the northwest corner of Wyoming, and covers approximately three thousand, five hundred square miles. This location is the first national park to open in the United States in 1872, and an ESTA Visa can help you see it. Visitors from around the globe come to Yellow Stone each year to appreciate, the Geo-thermal vents, wildlife, and natural beauty that has become such a rarity in the modern world. Take your family for a walk on the wild side and I am sure they would just love it.
Visitors to the park have several options in terms of accommodation, based upon how up close and personal one wants to get to nature. Campsites are open seasonally, and guests are welcome to rent a site for the night, sleeping only in tents, and appreciating the beauty of nature. In recent years problems have arisen, as park guests attempt to feed the wildlife that approach the campsites. Bears have become an especially large nuisance, as they attempt to approach campers and raid coolers (Yogi must have shown these guys a few tricks). Officials at the park have posted signs at most visible locations warning of the dangers that come from feeding the wildlife.
The attraction that draws in the largest crowds is of course Old Faithful, a hot-water geyser that shoots a blast of water into the air at specific times of the day. Yellow Stone sits upon a huge pool of magma that heats the groundwater to temperatures exceeding boiling. The heating of the water in turn, causes it to become pressurized, shooting it forth from the ground in a spectacular show that you can set your watch to. This site is one of the last refuges for some of America's most iconic animals; don't miss out on any of these and plan your trip right away. It is here that one can witness a wolf pack in it's full glory, or watch a heard of bison living the same way they had before the colonization of the west. Come see the nature at play, and experience the raw power of our planet at Yellow Stone National Park.