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    • alligators + tourist attractions

      Tampa Jan 31, 2017 at 5:46 AM

      I have a phobia about alligators and yet I want somewhere warm for an end of Nov/Dec break. Are there any alligators on the beach at this time of the year - does anyone have personal knowledge of the situation

      Apart from Disney what other attractions are there - we would like to do some touring but looking at the crime rate in Charleston/New Orleans we are scared as we came close to being run off the road in Washington DC near the Jeffereson library Plan to stay about 2-3 weeks so could do 1000/1500 miles comfortably with hotels interspersed

      Can I add my thanks to VT which has been invaluable to me and enabled me to stay safe and see lots of places I wouldn't have seen. Only hope there is a last minute reprieve

    • Arizona/Utha in Fall

      Arizona Jan 29, 2017 at 9:49 AM

      Hi :)

      I need some advice for travel. I want to go to Las Vegas this fall and then drive by car to Grand Canyon and etc.
      My plan looks like this:

      First Day - Pick up the Car, drive to Hoover Dam and then to Tusayan

      Second Day - Visit Grand Canyon. We are not really "hiking people", so everything that takes more thatn 2hrs round trip is probably to much.But as i seen on then internet, most places are pretty accesible by car or shuttle.

      Third Day - Drive to Page, visit the Slot Canyons arount 11 AM (tours start then). and visit Horseshoe Bend in the afternoon

      Fourth Day - Drive from Page to Bryce Canyon (about 3hrs). Anything nice to see on the way there?

      Fifth Day - Visit Bryce Canyon

      Sixt Day - Drive to Springdale for Zion NP (about 2hrs). Anything nice to see on the way there?

      Seventh Day - Zion NP (visit The Narrows)
      Eight Day - Zion NP - What should we do too?
      Ninnth Day - Spend morning in Zion then drive back to Vegas, Anything nice to see on the way there?

      What do you think, is it a good plan? Should we spend less/more at a specific place? We have read that roads in this area are usually straight and not crowded, so driving shouln't be a hussle.

      Any help is appreciated

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      Weekly rates

      International Falls Jan 26, 2017 at 12:27 AM

      Hi! Dies anyone know of a room for rent or an apartment for rent that has weekly rates? I will be staying in International Falls for 3 weeks. Staying at a hotel would be costly. Thanks!

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      Tillicum excursion from Seattle during the week in May

      Seattle Feb 18, 2017 at 9:34 PM

      I'm going to miss this site!!!Love getting replays from locals as much as I like helping others when they come to Australia.
      Anyway.....Anyone know the best tour company to visit Tillicum? A tour that offers either a Tuesday /Wednesday or Thursday in May?

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      Charging stations Terminal D IAH

      Houston Feb 7, 2017 at 6:49 AM

      I am gonna have a bit of a layover in Houston before flying out of terminal D. Looking for some suggestions for a good place to have a couple of beers and possibly charge my phone. Any ideas?

    • alligators + tourist attractions

      Tampa Jan 31, 2017 at 5:40 AM

      I have a phobia about alligators and yet I want somewhere warm for an end of Nov/Dec break. Are there any alligators on the beach at this time of the year

    • Footwear for end March/early April?

      Bryce Canyon National Park Jan 25, 2017 at 11:57 AM

      Do you recommend a winter hiking boot for March/April ? Also, is a down jacket warm enough?

    • Weather and hotels

      Miami Beach Feb 18, 2017 at 8:05 AM

      We are considering to visit Miami beach in January 2018
      Does anyone know if this is a good time for a beach holiday?
      We are living I Norway and would like to have some sun and warmth when it is winter time here.
      Does anyone have facts about a nice not to expensive hotel as well?
      Best regards
      Turid in Norway

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      Can I do Catalina and Balboa island in one day

      Newport Beach Feb 2, 2017 at 11:51 PM

      Staying at the holiday inn express Newport for 3 car...
      Already booked and paid after I realised not walking distance to beach at all...
      Can uber to Laguna one day and I thought these 2 islands would be a great idea...

    • Weather November

      California Feb 1, 2017 at 1:44 AM

      I know I asked yesterday about Florida but we are also looking at Palm/Desert Springs California - what is the weather liable to be like in November

      Will the roads be snow free to Las Vegas and what is the weather liable to be like in Vegas in November.

      Plan to possibly fly to Los Angeles - use Desert/Palm Springs and tour from there and possibly take a few days out to visit Vegas - could even fly into Vegas if the flights were cheaper

      Many thanks for so many questions

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      April trip - Tips /Advice

      Brooklyn Jan 25, 2017 at 3:00 PM

      Just looking for any tips/advice on my forthcoming trip to NY. Am staying in Brooklyn as want to be near the Barclay Centre and staying in the Best Western Plus Prospect Park Hotel (unless anyone can recommend somewhere else) . will be there at the beginning of April, dont have a high budget so looking for bargains (arent we all). Things like best way to get around, to get from Brooklyn to NYC, restaurants/cafes to visit, only there 5 nights so want to try and do as much as possible. Also why is the site closing down?

    • Travelling by rented car

      Miami Feb 16, 2017 at 4:55 AM

      We will be travelling in America this March, so we have decided to rent a car. We have heard that there are roads which require payments. 1. How can we pay these fees? Cash, credit card? Could rented car use sunpass and toll-by-plate? If yes, how to get it online? 2. What insurance car needs to have zero excess?
      Thank you in advance :)

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      subway access

      New York City Feb 3, 2017 at 7:55 AM

      Is it easier to catch the subway from John F Kennedy or LGA? thanks (typed out JFK for enough words to get it in the system.

    • Internatiola flight to lax and then national flight

      Los Angeles Jan 26, 2017 at 10:37 AM

      We are arriving at 26.September at LAX

      Our flight - LX40 Swiss - will arrive at 4:30PM, we checked online that is usually on time.

      We want to fly the same day from LAX to Las vegas. How much stopover time should we calculate?

      Possible flights:
      7:05 PM - Delta
      9:05 PM - United
      10:40 PM - United

      We currently looking at the 7:05 PM, but we don't know, is 2.5 hrs enough for transfer - to less or to much?

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      new york or orlando

      United States of America Feb 19, 2017 at 9:28 PM

      hi, we're going to the USA with our twelve year old daughter and need to choose between New York and Orlando for a four to five day trip. we need to go to indianapolis after this trip to visit relatives. Please advice as to which is the better option with respect to both, activities and expense. Thanks in advance.

    • Yosemite Valley

      Yosemite National Park Feb 6, 2017 at 11:07 AM


      Me and a friend are planning of going to Yosemite valley in about a week (17-18 feb 2017). Will we be able to drive there from the west (Mariposa) without any snow chains on the car? Is the road even open?
      Thanks in advance for answer!

    • Driving RV to West Yellowstone mid december ???

      by HappyCamper3 Online Now Oct 16, 2016 at 6:42 PM

      Just wondering if it is posable to drive a RV into West Yellowstone in mid December

      13 Answers Oct 18, 2016 at 8:36 AM
    • How many days in each place Yellowstone - SLC - Bryce Canyon - Zion NP - LV

      by wheelsonthebus Online Now Jun 9, 2016 at 10:30 AM

      I've planned my first time visit to the Mid-West with two kids (11 and 8) in the end of June (booked hotels and air tickets) and then I learned I can extend my trip for 3 more days, totaling 13 days, 12 nights. Here is my updated itinerary:

      Day 1: fly to Jackson Hole
      Day 2: visit Grand Teton, stay at Grant Village
      Day 3: visit Yellowstone, stay at Old Faithful Snow Lodge
      Day 4: visit Yellowstone, stay at Canyon Village
      Day 5: visit Yellowstone, stay at Canyon Village
      Day 6: leave Yellowstone, visit SLC, stay at SLC
      Day 7: leave SLC, visit Bryce Canyon, stay at Ruby's inn
      Day 8: leave Bryce Canyon, visit Zion NP, stay at Springdale
      Day 9: visit Zion NP, stay at Springdale
      Day 10: leave Zion, stay in Vegas
      Day 11: visit Vegas
      Day 12: visit Vegas
      Day 13: fly back

      We love outdoor hiking and wild life watching, but we cannot do long hikes, especially not in 90 degree days, and hiking everyday may be exhausting and boring to the kids. It may be fun to watch some shows in Vegas but I don't know if we are staying too long in a desert city during the hottest time. Any advice or suggestion would be greatly appreciated!

      12 Answers Jun 21, 2016 at 6:48 PM
    • shortest route

      by smorky Online Now Feb 12, 2016 at 11:45 AM

      can I travel from Roosevalt lodge to west Yellowstone via county roads 89 and 191 in August ? if so how long would that route take ? thanks Mike

      2 Answers Feb 12, 2016 at 12:32 PM
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      RV Trip from NYC to Yellowstone

      by nooey14 Online Now Jan 24, 2016 at 11:19 AM

      We are planning an RV tip (my husband, myself, and small dog) from the NYC/Philadelphia area to Yellowstone (and back). Question, how many days do you suggest we spend at Yellowstone and Tetons? Any bits of advice for a first-time RV renter? (Blogs, sites, resources, etc.)


      12 Answers Jan 28, 2016 at 1:02 PM
    • Help on our Vacation

      by jdays1207 Online Now Dec 23, 2015 at 5:46 AM

      We are trying to decide on our upcoming vacation and every time we think we got it the answer changes for one of us. It is my wife, my 2 year old son, and myself on the trip. It will take place this summer and here are the options we are looking at:

      Option 1: Yellowstone and other National Parks along the way (starting in TX). We love National Parks and already at a young age my son loves the outdoors.

      Option 2: Disney World, New Orleans and other stops along the way (starting in TX). Mickey has become a staple in the house right now so, this makes sense because he would be free for a lot of it and we can make other stops along the way.

      Option 3: Disneyland, Yosemite and other stops (starting in TX). See option 2 but add probably a lot more stops along the way.

      Please help because we want a great trip not just for us but for our little boy as well, even though he may not remember everything (or anything) the look on his face will say enough and the pictures and video we take will last a life time.


      3 Answers Dec 28, 2015 at 7:07 PM
    • entrance to park after nov 21 from idaho

      by jeanhtoh Online Now Oct 29, 2015 at 7:59 PM

      what is the best driving route from timbers condos, island park, Idaho to Yellowstone after Nov 21

      10 Answers Nov 2, 2015 at 3:03 PM
    • Getting around without a car

      by shehabijamila Online Now Oct 17, 2015 at 7:16 AM

      I don't drive. So how do I go around the park. The maximum I can hike is 3 kms.

      4 Answers Oct 21, 2015 at 9:17 AM
    • Yellowstone to SLC

      by Lynnhansen1649 Online Now Aug 27, 2015 at 7:28 AM

      What is the best route to take from West Yellowstone to Salt Lake City considering time, travel conditions, scenery, stopover places, etc

      1 Answer Aug 27, 2015 at 12:35 PM
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      Fresh water fill

      by billyjim Online Now Aug 26, 2015 at 8:03 AM

      Wondering where I might be able to fill my small trailer's fresh water tank close to my destination which is the Indian Creek CG. I'll be entering the east entrance, going thru Canyon Village and Norris before getting to Indian Creek.
      Just bought the trailer and this will be the first big trip with it. Towing it with a 6 cyl and trying to keep the weight to a minimum.

      2 Answers Aug 26, 2015 at 2:15 PM
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      Closure warning

      by Dymphna1 Online Now Jul 20, 2015 at 12:49 PM

      Grand Loop Rd
      (Mammoth Hot Springs to Norris Junction)
      Upper Terrace Drive near Mammoth Hot Springs is closed to vehicles due to a new thermal feature that is impacting the road. Road construction right there also, so expect delays in this area. ...................

      1 Answer Jul 20, 2015 at 2:26 PM
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      Yellowstone in August

      by jez25 Online Now Jun 7, 2015 at 1:12 PM

      We are planning to drive from Jackson Hole to Yellowstone, in mid August, staying overnight, before returning to Jackson Hole. We've been cautioned that we might get stuck in the parking lot, not even get inside the park, due to crowd congestion at that time. Should we risk it?

      7 Answers Jun 8, 2015 at 8:50 AM
    • Best Route

      by winecoff8902 Online Now Jun 1, 2015 at 12:42 PM

      Staying with friends in Jackson Hole, Wy before our two week trip to Yellowstone. Just found out that the road from West Thumb to Old Faithful will be closed until June 11. Of course we have reservations at Old Faithful Lodge on June 10. What's the best way to get there?

      5 Answers Jun 2, 2015 at 9:21 AM
    • suggested route and accommodations

      by travelling_princess8 Online Now May 31, 2015 at 2:15 AM

      Hi, VTers! We have suddenly decided to visit this wonderful area and don't have a lot of time to plan. Hopefully you can guide us in the right direction!

      We're planning on arriving at Billings Airport around noon on June 5 and departing from Billings in the early evening of June 9. We are set on seeing the highligts of Yellowstone (Upper and Lower Terraces, Fort Yellowstone, Specimen Ridge, Lamar Valley, Hayden Valley, swimming in Boiling River, South Rim Trail, Grand Canyon, Mud Volcano, Yellowstone Lake, Old Faithful, Grand Prismatic Spring, Fountain Paint Pots and Artists Paintpots. Any other suggestions, or deletions?), and also seeing Grand Teton. The plan is to travel around Yellowstone, and stay in the area that is close to where we will end for the day.

      From my preliminary research, I've come up with a rough itinerary. Please let me know what your thoughts are:

      June 5: arrive in Billings, drive 2 hours into Yellowstone. Do Mammoth Country. Sleep in Gardiner, West Yellowstone or Big Sky. I think Gardiner is a better option, given it's proximity to Mammoth Country?

      June 6: do west side of Yellowstone (whatever that means. I think it would include Madison, Geyser Country, and Grant? I just don't have a good grasp on the route yet). Not sure where to stay for the night here. To me, West Thumb or around Old Faithful would be the obvious choice to spend the night, but all accommodations are completely booked up (I know, accommodations for Yellowstone in general must be booked way in advance. However, we just decided on this trip yesterday, sigh). Suggestions on where to stay? Should we backtrack to West Yellowstone?

      June 7: half day to finish what we couldn't do on the west side of Yellowstone. Spend remainder of the day on the west side of Grand Teton. Sleep in Teton Village or Jackson Hole.

      June 8: do east side of Grand Teton. I think we'll be staying in Colter Bay Village, but if you have any other suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated!

      June 8: do West side of Yellowstone (again, whatever that means. I think it's Canyon Country and Lake Country). I can't quite figure out where to stay on the west side of Yellowstone. Any suggestions?

      June 9: do Roosevelt Country and northeast side of Yellowstone. And then we'll have to catch our flight in Billings at 5:30pm.

      Some specifics about us: we will be renting a car so have that flexibility; we are fit and enjoy hiking. However, our main purpose of this trip is to see the sights (ie. we don't want to spend the whole day on one hike, even though I know there are an abundance of wonderful trails); it will just be my boyfriend and I (ie. no kids or parents to drag along); our philosophy is to spend less time at the hotel, but we need our own bathroom (budget accommodations in the $150 is our style. However, beggars can't be choosers at this point); we have never been to this area. Any other info you need to assist us?

      I saw a suggestion to use West Yellowstone as a base, and do day trips from there. Your thoughts on this? I know Yellowstone is huge, but it looks like on a map that it may be feasible.

      I have also seen suggestions to totally skip the Mammoth area. Is Mammoth not really worth it for first time Yellowstoners? There seem to be a lot of suggested sights to see in the area.

      Nothing has been booked yet, and we may decide to drive from Vancouver, BC (a long 14 hour drive which would truncate our itinerary within Yellowstone :( ). However, I'm really leaning towards flying, and hopefully my boyfriend will agree to it.

      Thank you in advance for reading this, and pointing us in the right direction!

      6 Answers Jun 4, 2015 at 7:07 PM
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      Evening entertainment in the park

      by Thickmick1 Online Now May 14, 2015 at 3:49 AM

      Hi I'm travelling with my brother for about a week mid September. We will have plenty to do during the day but were wondering what if anything there is to do in the evenings. I don't think we want to spend the week looking at each other every nigth over the camp fire :-). Are there any places to go for a quite drink or maybe some music , or would we need to drive outside the park for that kind of thing?




      3 Answers May 14, 2015 at 8:00 AM
    • driving from Michigan, where to stay and how to get around the Park

      by akshatgupta2001 Online Now Apr 24, 2015 at 9:00 AM

      hi All, my wife and I (age 30), no kids plan to drive from MI to Yellowstone/Teton.
      1- are there any quick places we should hit in our road trip. our plan is to spend 5 - 6 days in and around Yellowstone and 4 - 5 days of driving.
      2- Pls tell if it is ok to stay put at one place(jackson, code or west entrance(how about a KOA)) or any room/lodge in the Park would be best ?
      3- Or I should book stay at different places and keep moving ? I have a tent too but does it need a lot of measures and prep to camp in yellowstone ?
      4- What are the 'must-do's and 'must-see's in yellowston/teton or the places nearby in 5 days.
      as we are driving a long way, want to make the most out of our trip. any special clothing/wear/gear to bring except normal summer wear/hiking shoes etc.


      32 Answers Jun 24, 2015 at 9:08 AM
    • Transportation inside YellowstoneNP

      by Rhilva Online Now Mar 24, 2015 at 7:34 AM

      Does YellowstoneNP provide transportation from site to site (shuttle bus, etc)? We will be staying in a 29.5 ft RV and don't want to disconnect and maneuver it around the park each day.

      5 Answers Mar 26, 2015 at 8:58 AM
    • Driving from Calgary to Yellowstone on to Zion

      by Hicks27 Online Now Mar 2, 2015 at 1:06 PM

      Wanted some advice about driving from Calgary to Yellowstone and on to Mount Rushmore and Zion national parks, looking at taking a two and a half road trip in end of may beginning of June.

      5 Answers Mar 6, 2015 at 1:46 PM
    • itinary review requested:)

      by ChantaleC Online Now Feb 18, 2015 at 4:55 PM

      hello we are planning a road trip at the end of july 2015 and we would liek to have other travellers input on our itinary if that could be possible. it would be from uly 26 to july 30th...

      our itinary so far would be:

      day 1: SLC- Bonnevile salt flats + visit of SLC (seriously in need of cues and tips about this one as we did not find a lot of information about what to do in SLC for fun yet)
      day 2= leave extra early from SLC to grand teton NP, through soda spring Idaho and Jackson wyoming (probably a stop in Jackson for lunch), then drive to mormon row, jenny's lake surrounding or the likes to visit as much as possible during this day. Is signal mountain drive up the hill for the view is worth the time to go there?... probably camping in signal mountain campground but as no reservation is possible we will have to rely on luck for this one.
      day3=signal mountain campground (hopefully) to canyon village Yellowstone. We are planning on leaving extra early in the morning and to see attractions in YNP's south loop such as grand faithfull, rainbow lake and the likes, then canyon village campground for the night.
      day 4= visit of the yellowstone falls and canyon then off to billings montana through cody wyoming ( stop there for lunch and visit the old row town.
      day 5= leaving billings to home.

      question are: should we allow more time at one or other step of this trip? do we miss something very un-missable and is it doable in this time frame? every tips, comments or precisions are welcomed

      6 Answers Feb 22, 2015 at 8:55 AM
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      Looking to plan a short weekend visiting Yellowstone... is it possible?

      by alexloves2travel Online Now Jan 26, 2015 at 5:48 PM

      We are looking to visit Yellowstone but only have limited availability such as a 4day/3 night stay during early March or early April..... would this be possible or not enough time to see/ do enough? If possible are there any suggestions on inexpensive/ centrally located hotels you would recommend? All input is appreciated, Thank you!

      14 Answers Mar 8, 2015 at 12:30 AM
    • What to see at Yellowstone and Grand Teton N.P.?

      by padvcd080974 Online Now Jan 20, 2015 at 10:20 AM

      My wife and I and our six year old granddaughter will be visiting both Yellowstone and Grand Teton N.P. the end of July. I want to thank all of the folks who sent me tips on packing for this trip.
      My next question deals with what to see and how to do it. We know virtually nothing about the parks other than they are gorgeous. Our trip will be seven (7) days; however, two of those will be travel days to and from San Diego. Essentially, we will have five (5) full days. We were wondering how best to divide these five days. Are there guided tours? We would prefer these as we don't want to wander around wasting a lot of time especially since we do not know where we are going. If there are Guided Tours, what approximately will the fees be? Our plan is to hopefully take a guided tour in each of the parks for a full day each, or perhaps three of the five days. We would then have two extra days to revisit some of the areas. Does this sound like a good plan? We would welcome any or all suggestions as to which Guided Tours to take and what places we should not miss and how to access them. We will have a rental car; however, I would prefer not to use it unless it was for revisit purposes. Thanks.

      8 Answers Jan 24, 2015 at 9:59 AM
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      Three days itenary and some logistic questions

      by TatyanaA Online Now Jan 19, 2015 at 10:22 PM

      We'll be coming to Yellowstone for three days in end of May, and already booked one night in Great Teton and two - in Western Yellowstone.
      Usually we rent a small car - for two it's enough, and easier to park (we'll be coming from SF through LA and then some national parks like Great Canyon, Bryce, Antelope. So will the small car (not 4x4) be enough?
      Can you also give me some tips about the itenary.
      I'm thinking about one day near lake and east part, then one day - Old Faithful and around. What else?

      17 Answers Jan 27, 2015 at 4:28 PM
    • What to pack?

      by padvcd080974 Online Now Jan 19, 2015 at 12:17 PM

      My wife, granddaughter, and I will be visiting Yellow Stone NP and Grand Teton NP the end of July and the beginning of August. We were wondering about what to pack and whether we need to bring bug repellent.

      12 Answers Jan 22, 2015 at 5:34 PM
    • Transportation inside Yellowstone National Park

      by Rita310767 Online Now Jan 5, 2015 at 8:35 AM

      If I take my RV/camper to Yellowstone, how do I get around inside Yellowstone? Does the Lake Hotel pick up at the different campsites for its day tours?

      4 Answers Jan 5, 2015 at 1:11 PM
    • Drive through Yellowstone.

      by Anjulis Online Now Dec 29, 2014 at 6:21 PM

      We would like to go on a trip in Yellowstone NP area in August for a week or 9 days. Ideally, we will fly into something like Jackson Hole (or wherever I can get cheaper tickets), rent a car, drive through Teton into Yellowstone. We want to stay in a tent, ideally every night in a different place. What would be the best route/best campgrounds to stay? We want to do some nice hiking, see big bears and everything else.
      Is it possible to drive in one direction only, departing from another airport?

      7 Answers Jan 1, 2015 at 5:28 AM
    • Beartooth/Chief Joseph instead of Upper loop of Yellowstone

      by abhisheks77 Online Now Aug 22, 2014 at 12:15 AM

      I will be visiting Yellowstone in a week time. As per few previous posts, it seems like Mammoth Springs and Tower Falls are not as impressive as they used to be. And these are the major spots on upper loop. Is it recommended to give that day to Beartooth & Chief Joseph instead of Upper Loop of Yellowstone ? Or any other suggestions ? We are not into hiking and mostly interested in scenic and photographic places.
      If yes, how should I plan it. I will be staying at Canyon Campground. Can I take some loop instead of backtrack same route ?

      12 Answers Aug 25, 2014 at 9:32 AM
    • Travel to Yellowstone

      by jhalendra Online Now Jul 21, 2014 at 5:52 PM

      Hi, I would like to travel from Calgary, Canada. I have only 3 days. Is it possible to see important places in Yellowstone? I have only one full second day to travel..

      Jhalendra Shrestha, Calgary AB

      5 Answers Jul 29, 2014 at 7:04 AM
    • RV trip summer 2015

      by Roadtrip2015 Online Now Jul 9, 2014 at 12:03 PM

      Planning a trip to Yellowstone national park next year in an RV from NYC....I have 3 weeks...need to know the best sites to visit between NYC and YSNP.....Also planning on KOA sites in between

      4 Answers Jul 10, 2014 at 5:39 AM
    • How frightening are the roads?

      by patticonrad Online Now Jun 18, 2014 at 8:02 AM

      How frightening are the roads for those of us afraid of heights and bridges???

      5 Answers Jun 19, 2014 at 6:47 AM
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      What is the exact location of Yellowston national park?

      by niklee Online Now Jun 5, 2014 at 5:52 AM

      I am looking farword some information about the exact location of Yellowston national park

      3 Answers Jun 5, 2014 at 2:45 PM
    • Need help with the Itineraty

      by aatiman Online Now Jun 3, 2014 at 10:51 AM

      Hi all

      I am going to Yellowstone national park for the first time. I am flying into Billings, MT. We are family of 4 (2 Adults, a 7 year old and a 11 month old baby). We are going for 5 days excluding the flying time. Can someone help me build my itinerary and suggest places to stay, eat/


      13 Answers Jun 5, 2014 at 3:03 PM