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    You need a couple of days to see this park - at the very least. (The area of Yellowstone Park is 8,983 km² - the area of Singapore is 710 km²) There are hotels within the park or you can camp if you wish. The nearest large city is Salt Lake City - but you can fly to closer airports such as Jackson Hole. A visit to Yellowstone will bring you lifelong memories. There is absolutely nothing like it. If you have the time and inclination, stay three or four days, move from hotel to hotel in the park, take the horseback rides for chuckwagon dinner. stay at Yellowstone Lake cabins - you will be happy. almost 5 years ago

    Answered by jleeo via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Haha,thank you jleeo. Can't be very sure if I am able to allocate three to four days to it,perhaps two in my case. Cause there are other destinations we plan to drop by along our road trip from LA to Salt Lake too. But heard that the hotels in the park are generally more pricey than the average outside? almost 5 years ago

    Answered by Christin via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
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    You could spend a month in that park and not have seen/done it all. We stayed in a relatively inexpensive motel outside the park -- no frills because we didn't plan to be in the room much anyway! Get up extra early if you are driving into the park or you'll get stuck in the traffic jam and spend half your park time in the car. Not sure if there are shuttle buses but if so, grab one. Must-sees are Half Dome and Yosemite Falls. Tons of hikes available depending on time, your fitness level. Best is to check the nps.gov site for maps and conditions. over 4 years ago

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