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Ways to Experience Yellowstone Geysers - Mud Volcano Area
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Reviewed 1 week ago

My favorite thing to see in Yellowstone were the geysers and we stopped at almost every one of them. Each area is a little different. This one is mud geysers. Worth the stop.

Thank CinS280
Reviewed 1 week ago

One of the most beautiful geysers of Yellowstone. It's not a colorful, it's really muddy, but it's very nice and different from others. Specially for photographers it's great!

Thank hrachess
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I loved this spot. You also have a little hike (about 1 mile), where you can see lots of cool spots. Be ready to smell the "strong" H2S smell!! Have fun!

Thank AymanPhD
Reviewed 1 week ago

After dinner, we ventured out to hit a couple of lesser known spots including this one. This area is so worth the quick trip. The Mud Volcano is really cool and the Dragon Breath is incredible too. This was just a short walk on a...More

Thank TravelersFromFishers
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You learn a lot more about what you are viewing than reading on your own on this walk. Ranger Jim R. educated us much more than we would have learned on our own about this area. He was very happy to answer all of our...More

Thank Karin C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Watching the Geyers steam and rumble on fun walking trails is something each of you need to do with your family!

Thank StacyStenz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

No, really, the sulphur smell all just about kill you! It stinks! but it is worth a walk around the loop if you can stand the smell. Unlike the geyser basins, this is very unique.

Thank Donna R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Just down the road from Sulphur Cauldron is Mud Volcano. There are many thermal features here. A boardwalk gives easy access. We loved Mud Volcano, Dragon's Mouth and Churning Cauldron. Very Harry Potter! Definitely worth a quick stop and there are bathrooms in the parking...More

Thank ohiowanderer
Reviewed 13 June 2018

We enjoyed hearing the 'Dragon roar' but the best part of our stop here was the visit of 6 bison rambling down the road and into the parking lot!

Thank rewardgal
Reviewed 11 June 2018

While Old Faithful and the Prismatic Pool are the most popular thermal attractions in the park, Mud Volcano ought to rank higher on the list. While some of the thermal features are beautiful and awe inspiring, these are amazing because they are kind of disgusting....More

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Response from Dennie E | Reviewed this property |
Because of the Winter snow fall, the geysers will be full, more water features. However we have been there in the early Spring and the weather can get cold and snowy. West Yellowstone is a great little town to stay and hang... More
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