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Even with inflation, worth the price

Gardiner, MT, United States
14 Kudos
It appears that since my last (and only) visit to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks in 1996, that the admission has gone up about $1 every year from $10 per car to $35 today. I still think the parks (all National Parks) are worth the fee and I’m thankful that the National Park Service cares for these special places. I was saddened to hear that people of late have been trashing these parks - some of the nations most irreplaceable treasures. If you go to Yellowstone & Grand Teton, it is definitely worth the $35 fee. We definitely didn't come close to seeing it all. When I go back I plan to explore much longer.
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Points of interest

Undine Falls
If you enter through the north and head to Mammoth Hot springs, then head east to this 60 foot waterfall
Keep an eye out for Elk, which are common in Mammoth Hot Springs.
North Entrance Road
Depending on the season, you may see Elk, Bison, pronghorn or mule deer around the north entrance to the park.

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by Liketraveling


That's quite a change...and same goes for everything else, I guess :-(