The cost is $25 per car with 4 adults in it (15+). Or you can get a pass to the national parks and such for a year which costs $80.
depends on how close you go
Once you are inside the Park and have your hiking equipment, you can do as much hiking as you want for no charge.
Yellowstone National Park was the first national park in the U.S. On December 18, 1871, the bill to dedicate the area as a national park was presented to Congress. "The bill now before Congress has for its objective the withdrawal from settlement, occupancy, or sale, under the laws of the United States a tract of land fifty-five by sixty-five miles, about the sources of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers, and dedicates and sets apart as a great national park or pleasure-ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people." Since it was the first and designed for the enjoyment of the people and people went at their own risk, I would safely assume that the admissions fee was free. However, there is no documentation available to the public that specifies. Congress, in its outline of the reason to establish this park, did not once state that it would be a fund raiser. Several other national parks now do not charge entrance fees. "The 244 other parks do not charge entrance fees." I think it is safe to say that Yellowstone National Park did not cost anything to enter in 1872.
A two day guided tour starts at $923.00 per person.
All occupants of a family car may enter the Park for $20. This entrance fee is good for up to seven days of entry.
A national park costs about $800,000 - $1,000,000
The entrance fee for Yellowstone NP is $25 per passenger VEHICLE, and covers all passengers in that vehicle for one week. Thus, the cost of admission for the driver of car covers the cost for all children. Or you can pay for one year of admission to Yellowstone for $50. Or one year of admissions to ALL federal fee areas for $80. In other words, you can get one year of admission to ALL US national parks for an entire family, for less than the cost of one day's admission for one person to an amusement park. One VERY easy way to cut the cost of a vacation, IMHO.
it wil cost 20 dollars to go down there and cost 1900 for the water park
When Yellowstone was created in 1872, many in Congress were skeptical of the entire idea of national parks. But, these skeptics were convinced to create the nation's first national park, in part, by the promise that no budget would be necessary to run it. Park proponents believed that enough funds would be generated by leasing land to concesssioners to provide all the money necessary for road construction and maintenance. Kaeding,1997