Plan Your Dream Vacation...to Yellowstone!
July is one of the best times to visit Yellowstone National Park because all park roads, services, and campgrounds are open.
Some Yellowstone hiking trails might still be wet and muddy in early July. Check with the rangers at the Visitor Center to get current trail conditions.
Most of the Yellowstone waterfalls don’t require hiking to see them. In July the water is still running high so it’s a good time to photograph waterfalls.
There are five types of hydrothermal features you’ll see in Yellowstone: geysers, hot springs, mudpots, travertine terraces and fumaroles.
We like to drive past Lamar Valley to Cooke City and on along Beartooth Highway to look for moose, bighorn sheep, and mountain goats!