Yellowstone National Park

If you haven’t been there yet, Yellowstone National Park is one of the best places to waste a weekend in the summer. Here’s a quick rundown of why you might want to consider an RV excursion to Yogi Bear’s old stomping grounds:

Old Faithful

The elephant in the living room, Old Faithful is the main reason many people come here in the first place, so we’ll address the famous geyser first. Erupting once every 91 minutes, you may have seen the geyser in movies and on television, but seeing this thing blow like a blue whale every hour and a half really takes your breath away.

The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

The Grand Canyon is in Nevada, but Yellowstone has a grand canyon all its own. It might not be as big as its Southwestern cousin, but it will leave you in awe. Take a hike down the side of the canyon if you want a serious workout, and be sure to bring a wide angle camera to capture the moment.

Yellowstone Lake

If someone told you that it was the Yellowstone Sea, you might be inclined to believe them. This enormous lake covers 136 square miles with depths of up to 390 feet. The largest freshwater lake above 7,000 feet over sea level, Yellowstone Lake is a great spot for fishing or just hanging out and taking in the sun.

Yellowstone National Park is all about those moments of awe. The breathtaking, humbling visions of natural beauty that remind you of why you became an RVer in the first place. If you’re looking for a place to kill a weekend or a week, or a month if you’re so inclined, you can’t ask for a more transcendental spot than a campsite at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.

Before you head cross-country, drop by Jim’s RV in New York. Our lot is full of new and used RVs of every kind.

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