You may have heard that visitation to Yellowstone National Park was up in July compared to July 2019, which is surprising when you consider there’s a novel coronavirus pandemic. It’s interesting too because there are fewer places to stay overnight in Yellowstone – fewer campgrounds and motel rooms. So where are all those folks going? Well, some have bought RVs and are camping outside the park at KOAs. Others are crowding campgrounds and even dispersed sites, anywhere they can pitch a tent. To get more insight into what’s going on in the Yellowstone region, check out my story at https://billingsgazette.com/lifestyles/recreation/visitation-to-yellowstone-up-in-july-over-last-year-despite-covid-19/article_304b6d31-4129-5797-b17f-7cc4968b0385.html
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