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On your trip to Yellowstone make sure you take in a visit to the Old Faithful geyser, the most famous one in the park. Not only is it the most famous geyser in the park it is the most predictable. The national parks publish estimated...More
ensure you get there in plenty of time. although they estimate the geyser to flare up every 92 minutes there is a 10 minute each side chance of going off. it is stunning. i have never seen anything so beautiful. make sure you get there...More
It's not just about Old Faithful either, there are so many cool features in the loop around the area and the Inn and surrounding buildings offer a lot to eat and explore. It's crowded! We got there when we could, and on a hot day...More
Of course everyone wants to see Old Faithful! Yellowstone is certainly prepared for the large number of people who flock to see it. The parking lot is large and easy to navigate - we had no problem parking. Sidewalks lead around to the various buildings...More
As the name suggests, Old Faithful erupts on a pretty regular schedule and is impressive compared to all the other geysers. It is probably the most watched geyser in the park so a must see. Make sure you walk on the boadwalk to see the...More
We have never stayed at in the park proper. The lodge at old faithful is usually booked a year 8n advance but you could check. It is expensive. West Yellowstone is a good option. We stayed at the Clubhouse Inn. MIT was... More
We have never stayed at in the park proper. The lodge at old faithful is usually booked a year 8n advance but you could check. It is expensive. West Yellowstone is a good option. We stayed at the Clubhouse Inn. MIT was less expensive than most other places and extremely nice. Plan an hour to get to the attractions, less for the ones closer to the west entrance. We didn’t find the drive a problem.