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Yellowstone Links

Supporting Organizations

Geyser Observation and Study Association
Nonprofit organization for geyser watchers.
Geyser eruption data, logged daily by volunteers.
Geyser Watch
A place to learn and share information about Yellowstone’s thermal features.
Greater Yellowstone Coalition
An umbrella organization of conservation groups, based in Bozeman, Montana.
National Park Service in the Tetons
Official NPS site with current conditions, maps, and so forth.
National Park Service in Yellowstone
Official NPS site with current conditions, maps, things to do, and webcams.
National Parks Conservation Association
Working with the National Park Service to preserve the natural and cultural resources of all U.S. national parks.
National Parks Traveler
Dedicated to independent editorial coverage of America’s national park system and the National Park Service.
Xanterra: Yellowstone National Park Lodges
The park concessionaire, offering reservations for park lodging and campgrounds, plus information about activities.
Yellowstone Forever
Information, books and videos, funding for in-park projects, Yellowstone Institute classes.
Yellowstone Gate
Yellowstone and Grand Teton community news and inside views.
Yellowstone Net Discussion Forum
Lively discussions and links to photos of park wildlife, geysers, hikes, and lodging.
Frank’s Yellowstone Notebook
A rich collection of photos and history about Old Faithful Inn and other favorites.
Yellowstone Up Close and Personal
A compendium of information about and pictures from the Park, plus a chat page.

Regional Information

U.S. Forest Service
Information about the six national forests close to Yellowstone: Beaverhead-Deerlodge, Bridger-Teton, Caribou-Targhee, Custer, Gallatin, and Shoshone.
Idaho Parks and Recreation
State recreation and tourism office.
Montana Official State Travel Site
State recreation and tourism office.
Travel Wyoming, Wyoming Office of Tourism
State recreation and tourism office.

Gateway Community Chambers of Commerce


Big Sky. Visit Big Sky. P.O. Box 160100, Big Sky, MT 59716; phone: 406-995-3000 or 800-943-4111.
Billings. Visit Billings. P.O. Box 31177, Billings, MT 59107; phone: 406-245-4111.
Bozeman. Bozeman Convention & Visitors Bureau. 2000 Commerce Way, Bozeman, MT 59715; phone: 406-586-5421.
Cooke City, Colter Pass, and Silver Gate. Cooke City Chamber.
206 West Main or P.O. Box 1071, Cooke City, MT 59020; phone: 406-838-2495.
Gardiner. Visit Gardiner. P.O. Box 81, Gardiner, MT 59030; phone: 406-848-7971.
Livingston. Livingston. 303 E. Park St., Livingston, MT 59047; phone: 406-222-0850.
Red Lodge.
701 N. Broadway or P.O. Box 988, Red Lodge, MT 59068; phone: 406-446-1718 or 888-281-0625.
West Yellowstone. Destination Yellowstone.
30 Yellowstone Ave. or P.O. Box 458, West Yellowstone, MT 59758; phone: 406-646-7701.


Cody. Cody Yellowstone. P.O. Box 2454
or 836 Sheridan Ave., Cody, WY 82414; phone: 307-587-2297.
Dubois. Dubois, Wyoming.
616 W. Ramshorn St. or P.O. Box 632, Dubois, WY 82513; phone: 307-455-3134, email:
East Yellowstone/Wapiti Valley.
Jackson. Jackson Hole Chamber. P.O. Box 550, Jackson, WY 83001; phone: 307-733-3316.


Idaho Falls. Visit Idaho Falls. 355 River Parkway, Idaho Falls, ID 83402; phone: 208-523-1010 or 866-365-6943; email:
Island Park. Island Park. P.O. Box 83, Island Park, ID 83429; phone: 208-558-7755; email:

Games & Outdoor Recreation

Top of the World Resort
This resort, at 9,400 feet elevation on the Beartooth Highway, has four motel rooms, a store, and equipment for rent.
The Ultimate Yellowstone Trivia Test
Five-part quiz by Paul Rubinstein.
Yellowstone Wilderness Outfitters
They offer pack trips, day rides, and fly fishing trips in Yellowstone National Park.

Updated with phone numbers August 22, 2019