Yellowstone National Park is a paradise for adults and kids alike. Our expert guides create a secure and rewarding environment full of challenge, accomplishment, and fun. Combined with exceptional accommodations and classic dining, this is the ultimate family adventure.
- Register the kids as “Junior Rangers” before hiking into Yellowstone's backcountry, through the rainbow spray of thundering waterfalls and shooting geysers
- Raft a playful stretch of the beautiful Yellowstone River, perfect for beginners
- Wind your way by horseback high into the Absaroka Mountains alongside a 4th generation wrangler
- Watch for eagles, elk, bison, and wolves on a drive through Hayden Valley
- Kick back for a well-deserved soak in a soothing natural hot spring
- Marvel as Old Faithful erupts under a blanket of stars before calling it a night in the comfort of the historic log-hewn Old Faithful Inn
Photo: Rafting the Yellowstone River
Rafting the Yellowstone River is an experience your family will never forget. I love listening as the vastness of Paradise Valley is quickly filled with shouts and laughter as parents and kids tackle a rapid - and then start a humongous water fight!
Kasey Austin AA Guide
6 days/5 nights
Day 1: Ousel Falls / Lower Geyser Basin / Old Faithful
Day 2: Upper Geyser Basin / Yellowstone Lake
Day 3: Storm Point / Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
Day 4: Lamar Valley / Yellowstone River
Day 5: Boiling River or Hoodoos / Absaroka Mountains
Day 6: Chico Hot Springs / Bozeman (departure)
A world-famous landmark opened in 1904, the stone and pine Old Faithful Inn features a five-story lobby, views of Old Faithful and classic charm. Completed in 1999, the Snow Lodge is the newest of the park’s full service hotels, and features heavy timber construction, exterior log columns and a cedar shingle roof, making it a significant example of classic “parkitecture”
Lake Lodge is an inviting location where cozy cabins provide a family-friendly atmosphere. The main lodge houses a delightful lobby where two fireplaces, a lounge and gift store warmly beckon guests to linger and chat.
This hotel was named after the steaming limestone terraces just above the hotel area. Elk routinely graze outside the hotel, around the parade grounds of what was once Fort Yellowstone.
This rustic-chic inn boasts mineral hot spring-fed pools, extensive gardens, spa services, and exceptional dining. In June of 1999 Chico Hot Springs was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Start planning your next adventure now. See the information below for the rates and selection of available dates. For additional information on dates and availability, please contact our travel specialists.
- 6 days/5 nights
- Next Departure: Call (800) 575-1540
- From $2,298 / person
- ($580 single supplement) Children: $1,838 to $2,068