Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park
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Address: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park
Spread across an area of around 132 square miles, the Yellowstone Lake is the largest waterbody in the Yellowstone National Park. Situated at 7,733 feet above sea level, the lake has 141 miles of beautiful shoreline. It is frozen half the year, from the months of December/January to May/ June. Hike around the lake, rent a motorboat and zoom across it, go kayaking or simply pack some snacks and have a picnic on its bank.
Yellowstone Lake Information
- Swimming in the lake is not recommended. The water is very cold.
- While visiting in the summers, don’t forget to apply sun screen.
- Only entry fees to the Yellowstone National Park apply.
How To reach Yellowstone Lake by Public Transport
- The National Park has no bus or shuttle service. Travelling on your own vehicles or rented ones like RVs, Vans, Cars, Bicycles, Motorcycles and Mopeds is recommended.
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Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park Reviews
A Yellowstone hidden gem! Yellowstone lake is an awesome sight inside Yellowstone. It is one of the less traveled spots as well which is a plus at Yellowstone.
My wife and I took our first road trip to Yellowstone 8 years ago. Now I find myself driving back every couple years. My wife a European finds it to be a great place but one aspect she likes about it is the amount of people. Unlike other national parks with very few people visiting. Yellow stone does have a lot of visitors - something many of us dread but others prefer.
Awesome, most beautiful places. Worth the trip. Beyond words can explain it. Have to see it
Bone chilling beautiful blue water, tons of wildlife, geysers erupting at random around the lake, beautiful mineral deposits of intensely vivid and contrasting colors.. Such a beautiful and alive place, it's a must see.
It was pretty cold when I visited, but the site is impressive. The winds were strong, too.