Yellowstone National Park Prices for Entry, Accommodation and Activities

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Yellowstone National Park Prices 2023

Yellowstone National Park prices are an essential part of planning your safari.  Types of Yellowstone National Park costs to consider include:

  • Entry
  • Accommodation
  • Car hire
  • Activities, e.g. game drive tours, 4×4 trails, bush braais, hiking trails, golf, etc.
  • Food, i.e. self-catering, eating out.
  • Petrol

The cost of Yellowstone National Park accommodation, activities, and entry are questions we get asked a lot, so we’ve put a price summary together to help with your Kruger safari budget.

Yellowstone Park entry fees – a ticket price must be paid for every day you intend to spend in the game reserve.

There are so many attractions at Yellowstone National Park, and it is large enough to accommodate you and all your loved ones.

Yellowstone National Park Prices

Yellowstone National Park Entrance Fee/Prices

The Yellowstone National Park is the places to hike along the park’s trails, swim in the warm hot springs, observe local wildlife, and view the natural geyser phenomena.

Make sure to cross-check the Yellowstone National Park Ticket Prices before visiting –

Yellowstone National Park Entrance Fees

Sedan – 1 to 6 passengers $ 25.00 plus $ 20 per person
Van – 7 to 15 passengers $ 125.00 (no per person fee)
Minibus – 16 to 25 passengers $ 200.00 (no per person fee)
Motor Coach – 26 or more passengers) $ 300.00 (no per person fee)

Non-Commercial Fees

Non-commercial groups entering the park will be charged $12 for each person on board.

Must-Visit at Yellowstone National Park

Mammoth Hot Springs – Relax in the hot water travertine springs, terraced on the side of a hill.

Old Faithful – One of the Yellowstone most popular attractions, this famous geyser shoots hot water up from the ground at consistent intervals.

Mount Washburn

Artist Point – This impressive waterfall is the perfect place to snap a scenic selfie.

Yellowstone National Park Facts – You Must Know

  • Yellowstone National Park features over 10,000 hydrothermal. The four types of thermal features are geysers, hot springs, mud pots, and fumaroles.
  • The park is home to over 500 active geysers (more than half the world’s geysers).
  • 285 species of birds can be found in Yellowstone (150 nestings).
  • Yellowstone is home to the largest concentration of mammals in the lower 48 states (67 species).
  • There are more than 1,800 known archaeological sites within the park.
  • 290 waterfalls.
  • This park is home to about 720,000 museum items, including 30 historic vehicles, millions of archived documents, and more than 20,000 books (many rare), manuscripts, periodicals.

Where to Eat in Yellowstone National Park

Grant Village Dining Room serves tasty dishes such as bison top sirloin and wild Alaska salmon. A meal for two costs $50-60.

Contact Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park
Information Office
PO Box 168
Mammoth, WY 82190-0168

The Yellowstone National Park is open 24 X 7 days. 


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That concludes our run-down of the park.

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