Posts Tagged ‘Yellowstone National Park’

New Visitor Education Center at Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park Opening

In the Spring of 2007 the demolition of the 1960s visitor education center at Old Faithful was complete. This made way for the construction to begin on the new, state of the art, sustainable 26,000 square foot facility to take its place. It has taken nearly two years to complete the construction of the new […]


The National Park System Name Game

If you review the National Park System website, you notice that they have many different designations of park areas. Why the difference? Why is one area called a park while another is called a preserve or monument? Let’s look at the history and the park system classification structure. The National Park Service was created in […]


Mystic Falls Trail – Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park – Wyoming Yellowstone National Park is located in the northwestern part of Wyoming. Probably best know for it’s concentration of hydrothermal features and abundant wildlife. But, Yellowstone has other beautiful features. It has canyons, lakes, mountains and waterfalls. It was the very first National Park. Trail: Mystic Falls Trail at Biscuit Basin […]