Yellowstone National Park is Open this Fall and Full of Fun
October 09, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsOctober 9, 2014 - Fall is fabulous in Yellowstone National Park. The foliage is ablaze in color, the bull elk are bugling, the fish are biting and the crowds are gone. All-in-all, this is a wonderful time to visit the Park. West Yellowstone, Montana wants to extend an official invitation and remind you the west entrance is open until 8am on Monday, November 3, 2014.
While there will be road construction on parts of Yellowstone's Grand Loop Road to the south and east of Old Faithful after Labor Day, the roads running through the West Entrance are construction free and will provide easy access to the Park's rivers, mudpots, geysers, wildlife viewing, hiking trails and, of course, Old Faithful itself. Maps and driving instructions are available on the website: www.yellowstonedestination.com/fall.
Home to 1,200 year-round residents and just two blocks from the West Entrance of the Park, West Yellowstone also has a variety of events sure to please all ages and interests this fall:
A unique concert experience in an intimate venue – seating for 200 fans of a group known for its fusion of rock, acoustic and world music
Learn about all of the 2014 fall events on the website www.destinationyellowstone.com/calendar.
Don't miss the opportunity to see America's first national park this fall. Yellowstone National Park is open and the West Entrance provides access to all the major sites, including the many colorful geysers, mudpots and other thermal features, as well as the Madison and Firehole rivers. A complete overview of West Yellowstone and its many attractions can be found on the website at http://www.yellowstonedestination.com/.