AMERICA'S FIRST NATIONAL PARK
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Yellowstone National Park.
View the night sky in all its majestic beauty.
View wildlife in its natural habitat including bison, moose, elk and bighorn sheep.
Surround yourself in spectacular natural wonders; geysers, waterfalls, and canyons.
Choose from hotel and cabin lodging or stay at a fully equipped campsite inside Yellowstone National Park stocked with camping gear, your own picnic table, campfire pit and camp chairs.
Campground has showers, laundry facilities and a gift shop.
Meals cooked by a professional chef on host campsite or at your cabin or hotel lodging.
Fully customized itinerary tailor made for your family based on what you would like to do and based on your outdoor experience level.
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Drive through the park and arrive at your lodging. Then, enjoy a sumptuous dinner. Relax at a campfire at your private campsite with roasted marshmallows, s'mores, even a kumzits.
Wake up to the sound of the forest. Enjoy a refreshing outdoor breakfast. Tour Monmouth Springs and see the thermal grounds and water. After eating your picnic lunch, go horseback riding near Roosevelt Interchange through forests and along lakesides. Return back for gourmet dinner. Join a ranger-led campfire program in the campground discussing native wildlife. Once back at your lodging, settle down for another campfire while marveling at a sky full of stars and the night sounds.
Enjoy another full spread at breakfast. Drive to Geyser Basin. Watch Old Faithful errupt its majestic stream of hot water 140 feet in the air. Enjoy the packed picnic before continuing to tour the rest of the geysers at geyser basin. Return for dinner with all the trimmings.
Enjoy a morning boat ride on Yellowstone Lake. Keep an eye out for all those bison. Then get immersed while fly fishing, a favorite Yellowstone sport. Take a stop at the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and see this famous spot for yourself. Return while driving through Hayden Valley at dusk for the best chance at wildlife viewing. Marvel at the herds of bison grazing in the meadows and at the swans swimming in the lake. Of course, all the meals are taken care of. Don't forget a fireside kumzits.
After eating breakfast, take an invigorating early morning walk through the area and stop at the gift shop. Then, drive to Grand Teton National Park and take a boat ride across Jenny Lake.