On March 1, 1872, Yellowstone became the first national park for all to enjoy the unique hydrothermal and geologic wonders. The hydrothermal activity in the park is part of the Yellowstone Volcano, which is powered by an underlying hot spot. Yellowstone has something for everyone. Whether you delight in the challenge of a strenuous hike or prefer to sit quietly and watch the sunset, the park offers a great diversity of activities for you to enjoy.
This pass is only valid for entrance fees at Yellowstone National Park. All visitors at Yellowstone National Park are required to pay an entrance fee. Please be prepared to show your hard copy pass or digital pass on your mobile device. Print out or download the pass on your mobile device in advance of your visit. Connectivity may be limited, and the pass must be available to show at all times when visiting Yellowstone National Park. Grand Teton National Park charges separate entrance fees. You are responsible for your own safety. Park rules protect you and the park. Conditions in Yellowstone can change quickly, especially during spring and fall, and temporary road closures and delays are always possible. Check the park's website for current conditions. Drive cautiously and defensively. The park speed limit is 45 mph (73kph) except where posted slower. Use pullouts to stop your vehicle to watch wildlife or let faster traffic pass. Do not approach or feed animals in the park. You are responsible for keeping 100 yards (91 m) away from bears and wolves; 25 yards (23 m) from all other animals. Passes are non-transferable, non-refundable, not replaceable if lost or stolen, and are void if altered or reproduced.