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Fees and Lodging
Your entrance permit is good for seven consecutive days with receipt.
|Per Person (Walk-In, Bicycle)||$20|
|Motorcycle or Snowmobile||$30|
Annual and lifetime Passports
The entrance fee is waived if you have an Annual Yellowstone Passport or an Interagency Annual Pass, Interagency Senior Pass, Interagency Access Pass or Military Annual Pass. Obtain passes at any national park, monument or recreation area. Yellowstone Passports are available at all park entrances.
|Annual Yellowstone National Park Passport||$70|
|Annual Interagency Pass (Most Federal Recreation Sites)||$80|
|Lifetime Interagency Senior Pass
(lifetime for US citizens or permanent residents age 62 and older)
|Lifetime Interagency Access Pass
(lifetime for permanent disabled US citizens or permanent residents)
|Military Annual Pass
(active duty military personnel and dependents with proper I.D.)
National Park Service, Visitor Services Office
Post Office Box 168
Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190
Phone: (307) 344-7381
Yellowstone National Park Lodging
As the primary in-park concessionaire, Xanterra Parks & Resorts provides the majority of guest services to Yellowstone visitors. Accommodations include hotels, lodges, and cabins; campgrounds; restaurants, including full service, quick service, cafeterias and snack shops/deli’s; Fred Harvey Gift Stores; and an incredible variety of guided interpretive and sightseeing tours and adventures from full day touring motor coach excursions to shorter morning photographic safaris, scenic boat tours and lodging and learning packages.
In-Park lodging and camping accommodations are available at any of 14 locations throughout Yellowstone National Park. Facilities range from historic lodges and cabins to newer hotels and campgrounds. Guest units offer no televisions or radios. Of Yellowstone’s 11 park campgrounds, 7 are open on a first-come, first-served basis. Four campgrounds, encompassing nearly 1,400 sites, may be reserved by calling Yellowstone National Parks Lodges. Fishing Bridge RV Park has 340 RV sites with full hook-ups and is restricted to hard-sided vehicles only. Free permits are required for overnight backcountry camping in the park and are available from visitor centers and ranger stations in the park.
Reservations for all lodging, 4 campgrounds, RV park, and activities should be made well in advance of your arrival. For reservations and information on lodging, dining and in-park activities such as trail rides, old west cookouts, stagecoach rides, scenicruiser boat tours, guided fishing trips, and bus tours, contact Yellowstone National Park Lodges.
Winter in Yellowstone offers a unique vacation filled with cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and scenic / wildlife touring through steaming snowscapes. In-Park winter accommodations are found at Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Old Faithful Snow Lodge from mid December to mid March. Contact Yellowstone National Park Lodges for reservations and further information.
Yellowstone National Park Lodges
Post Office Box 165
Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190-0165
Phone: (307) 344-7311
Fax: (307) 344-7456
Lodging E-mail: [email protected]
Camping E-mail: camp[email protected]