The world’s first national park, Yellowstone National Park ignited a conservation frenzy due to its abundantly unique geology and wildlife, including the last wild bison in the country. It’s a home to countless species of wildlife and plant life and offers a glimpse into how well nature can take care of itself when given the chance. It’s a park that is larger than both Delaware and Connecticut combined and has endless trails to explore as well as lessons to teach anyone willing to learn. It’s most famous and well-known feature is of course Old Faithful Geyser, but many other treasures are easily accessible along its roads, including the colorful Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River, Mammoth Hot Springs, many different geyser basins, and the Lamar Valley, also known as the Serengeti of North America. Yellowstone National Park is a truly unique gift that has more to offer than many humans have even begun to realize.