Buckle up! Join us on the journey to document and explore Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone Explorer is ready to guide you through the sights most notable to the park. With the added help of our park friends, you'll see the most up to date locations on animals through Yellowstone. We know you will enjoy the experience through the educational and interactive features of the app.
We took the guess work out of it. The most active animals in the park are mapped in real time making your time on the road worth the drive. We are improving the odds of spotting animals you came to see.
Bison, check! Old Faithful, check! Grizzly, check! Mud Volcano, check! Keep track of your bragging rights and the kids engaged at the same time, all while finding things through the park. Be sure to check it off and complete the list to share the accomplishments with your friends.
Bring the family together to complete the most badges. Get all the badges throughout the park by finding the sights, animals, and plants while collecting memories at the same time. Complete them all and become the Top Yellowstone Explorer!
Become an enthusiast and educate the family by bringing Yellowstone to life. Yellowstone Explorer covers hydrothermal activity, animals and behaviors and plant life through the park.
See half of the world’s geothermal features. Check! Yellowstone meets the requirements in one visit.
There are over 300 active geysers in Yellowstone National Park, and some regularly explode hot water into the air, putting on a one of a kind show for the visitors.
Bison have roamed Yellowstone since prehistoric times, the only place in the United States that they have been constant. Do you think the bison caused traffic jams back then too?
Measuring 692 miles long, the Yellowstone River claims the longest undammed river in the lower 48 states.
Yellowstone’s first volcanic eruption was over 2.1 million years ago and spewed ash over 5,790 square miles, making it the largest volcanic eruption known. It is still considered an active volcano, however the last lava flow was over 70,000 years ago.
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