Posted Sep 10, 2020
Yellowstone Park has been on our family bucket list for years, but in the past our schedule hasn't allowed for the time to make the trip with two kids typically in sports most of the summer.
So when the national parks re-opened after the shutdown, we felt there was no better time to hop in the car and head for Wyoming, especially when I heard the number of park visitors was about 10 percent of a normal summer because of the pandemic.
Our tween is just hitting that age of not always wanting to vacation with us, so I planned our itinerary to be a mix of activity and sightseeing. I made sure to include epic adventures he couldn't wait to share with his friends.
Here are my tips and itinerary suggestions for a 5-day trip through Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone Park to see the sights and include some outdoor adventure:
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