Yellowstone Up Close & Personal

Yellowstone Up Close & Personal

The East Entrance to
Yellowstone National Park

East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park by NPS Photo

Yellowstone National Park's East Entrance is not open year-round. It Opens generally the beginning of May and Closes the beginning of November to wheeled vehicle travel. It opens again in mid December to oversnow travel via skiing, snowcoaches, and snowmobiles through mid March.

Lake to East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park

Latitude / Longitude / UTM
East Entrance
44 29 18.42 (Lat) -110 00 13.80 (Long)
UTM Zone 12: 4926609 N, 579209 E

East Side of Yellowstone National Park

East Entrance Visitors 2019
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
315 269 0 0 43,039 94,331 115,599 98,124 81,834 14,350 380 212 448,453

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