Go Camping at the First U.S. National Park

 In Blog, Denver Tent Company

The Yellowstone National Park holds the planet’s most diverse and intact collection of geysers, hot springs, mud pots, fumaroles and it is the first National Park of United States of America. The Yellowstone was established in 1872 and it is the home of grizzly bears, elk, bison, wolves, and more than 1,350 species of plants. When you visit  Yellowstone National Park, you will find amazing scenic nature in the 2,219,791 acres of territory that the park has in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho.

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The National Park offers 12 campgrounds with more than 2,000 campsites available that are perfect for camping with your Denver Tent. While you are camping in Yellowstone you can go hiking, mountain biking and fishing as part of the outdoors activities you can do. When you go camping at this natural wonder, you won’t find a similar experience in any other place in the planet as it has the most active geothermal activity in the world. Visit Yellowstone National Park this Spring and discover why this place is an amazing place!

The Best Base Camp Tents and Equipment for Camping in Yellowstone National Park

Denver Tent Company has worked for over 125 years to create and design tents that will blend perfectly with the wilderness, and provide you many safe nights and wonderful adventures for years to come. We have been to the highest mountain and the deepest valley. We’ve seen purple mountains and amber waves of grain. Our sportsmen tents have seen it all. Invest in a tent from the superior Colorado tent line, or talk to us about custom sewing your very own tent. We have the best sewing, construction and designing crew in the camping industry.
Call us today or stop by the warehouse and see how we can enhance your next outdoor experience. Pitch a tent, kick off your shoes and breathe in some fresh air.
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