Yellowstone was America’s first national park. It covers an area of 3,400 sq miles and is home to more than 500 geysers. It is centered of the Yellowstone Caldera, the largest super volcano on the north American continent. Considered dormant today, it has erupted several times in the last 2 million years. Today the stunning landscape and many geothermal features are home to a vast array of flora and fauna.
The Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson is the nation's only museum dedicated solely to wildlife art, representing wild animals from around the world.
52 million years ago a large lake covered parts of Idaho, Utah and Wyoming. Today it is loaded with fish fossils and other aquatic animals. The Fossil Butte N. M. has a fantastic presentation of these fossils.