How do I contact Yellowstone?

By Phone

  1. Camping & Lodging Reservations: contact Yellowstone National Park Lodges.
  2. Recorded Park Information: 307-344-7381.
  3. Road Updates: 307-344-2117 (sign up to receive Yellowstone road alerts on your mobile phone by texting “82190” to 888-777)
  4. Geyser Predictions: 307-344-2751 (option 2)
  5. Emergencies: 911.

What is Yellowstone’s email?

contact@yellowstone.org
For all other questions and concerns, please email contact@yellowstone.org.

Do I need a reservation to enter Yellowstone National Park?

Do you need a reservation to visit Yellowstone? Reservations are not required for visiting Yellowstone National Park. However they are required for camping, and permits are required for certain activities, like fishing and horseback riding.

What is the closest town to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming?

Cody Cody, Wyoming
Cody. Cody, Wyoming is the nearest town to Yellowstone National Park on the east side, about 50 miles from the entrance.

How do I contact Xanterra?

  1. Reservations.
  2. Toll-free: 1.866.GEYSERLAND (439-7375)
  3. Phone: 307.344.7311. TDD (Telephone Device for the Deaf): 307.344.5395.
  4. E-mail: reserve-ynp@xanterra.com.

Can you just drive through Yellowstone National Park?

During the winter season, most of Yellowstone’s roads are closed to wheeled vehicles. The park can still be accessed through the North Entrance by car, or other entrances by snowmobiles, cross-country skis, or snowcoaches.

What city is near Old Faithful?

West Yellowstone, MT. Rexburg, ID. Jackson, WY.

How do I contact Yellowstone National Park by phone?

Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190-0168 By Phone Camping & Lodging Reservations:contact Yellowstone National Park Lodges. Recorded Park Information:307-344-7381 Information for the Hearing Impaired (TTY): 307-344-2386 Road Updates:307-344-2117 (sign up to receive Yellowstone road alerts on your mobile phone by texting “82190” to 888-777)

Where can I find information about Yellowstone National Park?

Find information about visitor centers, places to stay and eat, and shopping and services. Braille versions of the park newspaper and the Official Park Map and Guide (Large Print Version) are available from all Yellowstone National Park Visitor Centers and by mail from the Visitor Services Office. Learn More about Accessibility in Yellowstone.

How do I book a campsite in Yellowstone National Park?

By Phone Camping & Lodging Reservations:contact Yellowstone National Park Lodges. Recorded Park Information:307-344-7381 Information for the Hearing Impaired (TTY): 307-344-2386

What to do in Yellowstone National Park?

Also stop by to visit with a ranger and find out when ranger programs are scheduled, buy a fishing permit, pick up a souvenir, or take in some truly stunning views of Yellowstone Lake and the surrounding mountains. Call 307-344-2450 for more information.