The visitor centers at Yellowstone National Park are good places to start your vacation in Yellowstone National Park. At a visitor center you can find out information like where to stay, what to do and where you can eat. At each visitor center in the park has a knowledgeable Ranger on duty to help you with any questions you may have about the park.
Yellowstone National Park is a very large park with many things to do. If you are a first time visitor the park and be very intimidating so stopping at a visitor center first before doing anything else will really help you know what to do first.
Mammoth is at the north entrance to the park. At this time the visitor center there is under construction but there is a temporary center for your convenience. This visitor center is open year round to help you with your questions.
At Canyon there is a visitor center that is also an educational center. You can go ask them what you want to know plus get an education about the park and its animals. This is a great stop for kids.
Fishing Bridge visitor center is at the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park. This visitor center has a map and exhibits of the park. It is a peaceful location with much to see.
Grant visitor center is located in Grant village. Along with the visitor center you will find shops to visit and exhibits to look at.
Old Faithful visitor center is a large new building that you can watch Old Faithful erupt from. This visitor center has a short film to watch about the park. There is also a gift shop and book store to roam in. The Old Faithful visitor center will tell you when Old Faithful is predicted to erupt.
If you are planning a visit to the park you may want to consider starting out your visit at one of the visitor centers. You can get a good glimpse of the park and what there is to see and do. All of the visitor centers in Yellowstone National Park are set up for the tourist’s convenience. A Park Ranger is on duty to help you will any questions you may have about the park. If you would like to know more about the Yellowstone National Park visitor centers you can go to http://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/visitorcenters.htm.