Yellowstone National Park reopened the north loop on Saturday, July 2nd, to all visitors. In addition to roads in the south loop, visitors will now be able to access:
Norris Junction to Mammoth Hot Springs
Mammoth Hot Springs to Tower-Roosevelt
Tower-Roosevelt to Canyon Junction (Dunraven Pass)
Visitors can access the south and north loops via the East Entrance (Cody, Wyoming), West Entrance (West Yellowstone, Montana), and South Entrance (Grand Teton/Jackson, Wyoming). The North Entrance Road (Gardiner, Montana to Mammoth Hot Springs) and Northeast Entrance Road (Cooke City/Silver Gate, Montana to Tower-Roosevelt) remain closed to visitor vehicular traffic while temporary repairs are completed.
Services in the north loop will include general stores at Tower and Mammoth Hot Springs, and gasoline in both locations. Additional services may open in upcoming weeks. Visit Operating Hours and Seasons for details.
Yellowstone National Park also asks visitors traveling to the park to stay informed about the current situation, changes in visitor entry requirements, and road conditions. The public should also use extreme caution in areas of high water.
Are you planning your trip to Yellowstone National Park and looking for all the best things to do? We got our staff together and asked them to list a few of their favorite spots. While Yellowstone is a huge park and would take a few days. However, we have prioritized a few known landmarks and maybe some not so known here.
Even better, stay with us during the 2022 summer season and receive a US National Parks annual pass in honor of Yellowstone’s 150th birthday!