What is the geology of Yellowstone Park?

Answer According to the official website, Yellowstone National Park covers over 2 million acres. The majority of the park is in Wyoming, but small sections also reach into Montana and Idaho. Yellowstone's... Read More »

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When was Yellowstone a park&why?

President Ulysses Grant signed an act of dedication on March 1, 1872, making Yellowstone a national park. This was mostly due to the influence of F.V. Hayden, who was appointed by congress to explo... Read More »

Where is Yellowstone Park on a map?

The world's first National Park, Yellowstone National Park is located in the western United States. The park's borders overlap three states: southwest Montana, southeast Idaho and northwest Wyoming... Read More »

When did Yellowstone become a park?

According to the National Parks Service, Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872, making it America's first national park. Yellowstone spans over portions of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho an... Read More »

How big is Yellowstone Park?

Yellowstone National Park is the oldest national park and covers 3,472 square miles--an area larger than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware combined. Its 2,221,766 acres stretch over the state... Read More »