Things are quickly returning to normal after flooding in Yellowstone National Park and gateways throughout Wyoming continue to be open and welcome visitors. Please continue to refer to the following pages for the most up-to-date information:
- Travel Resources and Alerts from the Wyoming Office of Tourism
- NPS Updates on Yellowstone National Park
- Lodging within Yellowstone National Park
- WTO: Plan Your Trip to Wyoming
- WTO: Know Before You Go
UPDATES ON YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK:
Yellowstone National Park will reopen the south loop beginning Wednesday, June 22 at 8:00 am. The south loop includes the East (Cody, Wyoming), South (Grand Teton/Jackson, Wyoming), and West (West Yellowstone, Montana) entrances, while the north loop will remain closed for the season.
Public entry to the South Loop will be done using an Alternate License Plate System. Details of that system can be found here. Visitors should pay close attention to the status of road conditions, as many roads around and within the park may remain closed. Road status and up-to-date weather conditions can be followed here.
Current commercial use operators with active commercial use permits will be permitted to enter regardless of license plate number. This includes commercial tours and stock groups.
Visitors with proof of overnight reservations in the park will be permitted to enter regardless of license plate number. This includes hotels, campgrounds, and backcountry reservations.
WYOMING ROAD CONDITIONS:
Nearly all Wyoming roadways remain open, while only sections of Wyoming’s highways near Yellowstone have been temporarily closed. Visitors are encouraged to visit wyoroad.info to stay up-to-date on the latest road conditions.