Wyoming National Parks
There are two Wyoming National Parks to visit on a fun and cheap vacation.
From diverse wildlife to jagged mountain peaks to incredible hot springs and geysers, Wyoming parks have a lot to offer.
Grand Teton National Park
Located in Northeastern Wyoming this park is known for its diverse wildlife and jagged mountain peaks.
Jackson Hole which is located to the valley to the east of the Tetons is an area of world class skiing.
Grand Teton National Park - NPS Picture
Grand Teton National Park1 - NPS Picture
Yellowstone National Park - Located in Northwestern Washington, parts of Idaho and Montana this park is known for its extreme seismic activity. There are incredible hot springs and geysers. The most famous active geyser is located here is called Old Faithful.
Yellowstone is the oldest national park in the world. It is a huge with an astounding 3,845 square miles of protected wilderness and wild life. There are over 1,100 miles of trails.
Yellowstone National Park - NPS Picture
Note: Pictures are courtesy of the National Park Service.
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