Weather and Roads Update

West Yellowstone Weather and Roads (Friday, August 29, 2014): Today, sunny, with a high near 71F and low tonight around 45F. Saturday, cooler and mostly cloudy, with a high near 63F. Late day showers or thunderstorms likely. Low near 37. Sunday and Monday, partly to mostly sunny with highs around 60F and lows in the mid-30s. Temperatures warming again mid-week. Happy and safe Labor Day Weekend everyone!

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Book Signing from Earthquake Survivor, Visit Newly Renovated Earthquake Lake Visitors Center

Yellowstone Association and Earthquake Lake Visitor Center, on the Hebgen Lake R.D. Custer Gallatin National Forest invite you to purchase a book, get it signed and explore the new trails and renovated interpretive facilities surrounding Earthquake Lake Geologic Area this Labor Day Weekend.  Earthquake Survivor Anita Painter Thon will be signing her new book, Shaken in the Night, Saturday August 30 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

No Evacuations for Yellowstone Park or West Yellowstone, Montana

Recently, a FALSE report and video on the internet have appeared stating that the Yellowstone Super Volcano is going to erupt and the Park and surrounding towns have been evacuated.

No evacuations are taking place inside Yellowstone National Park, in the surrounding area or nearby communities, including West Yellowstone. There is no current or forecasted threat to visitors.

A Spectacular Summer in West!

The fun doesn't end at the Yellowstone Park boundary during the summer. Make sure to spend a night or two in West Yellowstone and enjoy all the fun this small mountain can offer.

July 4th Holiday, Enjoy Your National Forests - Fireworks are Prohibited on Custer Gallatin N.F’s

Bozeman and Billings, MT – As the 4th of July holiday approaches, the Forest Service would like to remind visitors that there are great places throughout the Custer Gallatin National Forests to visit with over 2,700 miles of trails, 27 rental cabins and numerous campgrounds, picnic facilities and recreational areas throughout the seven districts, along with exploring the Absaroka-Beartooth and the Lee Metcalf Wildernesses.  Throughout the weekend, recreationists are reminded that fireworks and exploding targets are prohibited on National Forests lands, inclu