2400 bison roam free in the park along the Yellowstone river. Just be careful not to get in their way crossing the road.
About Yellowstone Lake
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We flew into Salt Lake City, rented an RV and made a big loop up through Idaho, into West Yellowstone, Fishing Bridge then south to the Grand Tetons and back to Salt Lake City. It was an absolutely amazing trip and one all 4 of...More
Yellowstone lake is very big and beautiful. There are many bays and coves to wander about in. It is a high lake with clear water.
This is a spectacular view on a clear day, the blue river flowing, with green trees and blue skies. This is definitely a must do on Yellowstone.
The size is matched by its beauty. A lot of burnt trees in this area, but I guess you could say it give you a better view of the lake. Stop at a village in Yellowstone and walk.
I am working on my first trip to Yellowstone this winter, and Charlie from Yellowstonefun.com was so patient, helpful & informative. He really helped me create an itinerary that is perfect for my family that includes hotels and snowmobiling to the park. I had him...More
Much of the drive through Yellowstone takes you around this large lake. For the most part we focused on the geyser areas, but on our way back home, we stopped to have a picnic dinner at Mary Bay and enjoyed the view - the lake...More
Yea, it is a lake like more others you have see, but what stood out to us was the beautiful deep blue color of this very large lake at such a high elevation. It was very quiet and peaceful up there, so we stopped to...More
Very big lake with a lot of water arms. In the foggy morning you can see the colourful mountains merging into the water. To have a complete view over the lake, climb onto Avalanche Peak.