Yellowstone National Park
The world’s first national park, Yellowstone is located in three states: Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. Paradise Gateway is located near the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park (which is open year round, unlike other entrances). Yellowstone is a treasure that inspires awe in travelers from around the globe. Although Iceland and New Zealand are known for their geysers, nowhere in the world are there as many active ones as in Yellowstone.
Yellowstone National Park has the highest concentration of large and small mammals in the lower 48 states, including the American bison, elk, grizzly and black bears, coyotes, wolves, bighorn sheep, mule deer, pronghorns, squirrels and marmots. Bird species include osprey, pelican, trumpeter swans, green-wing teal and the Western bluebird. In addition, Yellowstone is the home to 11 species of fish, five species of reptiles and four species of amphibians. Explore Yellowstone by roadside or the 1,000 miles of trails through the back country. The Park boasts a variety of vegetation types, from near-desert to subalpine meadows and forests. Wildflowers are breathtaking.
Paradise Gateway is the ideal entry to this wonder of the natural world.