If you’re looking for a Yellowstone map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 44 free Yellowstone National Park maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) Here you’ll find maps of the developed areas in the park (geyser basins and such) as well as trail maps for hiking, snowshoeing, and skiing. You can also browse the best-selling Yellowstone maps and guidebooks on Amazon.
Yellowstone map from the park brochures
This is the main Yellowstone National Park map showing roads, attractions, lodging, and campgrounds throughout the entire park. Click the image to view a full size JPG (1.9 mb) or download the PDF (11 mb).
This is the Old Faithful map (80 kb) showing trails, lodging, and services in the Old Faithful geyser area. Venture beyond Old Faithful! The other geysers and pools are incredible and you can get much closer.
This is the West Thumb and Grant Village map (70 kb) showing West Thumb Geyser Basin, Grant Village, and the surrounding roads, trails, campground, lodge, and services at the west end of Yellowstone Lake.
This is the Lake Village and Fishing Bridge map (90 kb) showing Bridge Bay, Lake Village, the Lake Hotel, Fishing Bridge, and the surrounding the roads, trails, and campgrounds, and lodging on Yellowstone Lake.
Yellowstone trail maps
If you’re looking for a map of hiking trails outside of the major geyser basins, you’ll need to buy a hiking map like the National Geographic Trails Illustrated map. Nat Geo also publishes a set of more-detailed Yellowstone maps and sells them as a bundle of four maps. Or, if you’re also visiting Grand Teton National Park, you can save money by buying the Yellowstone/Grand Teton map pack, covering both parks.
This is a Norris Geyser Basin trail map (40 kb), showing geysers and hot springs in both the Porcelain Basin and Back Basin. This is the most dynamic geyser basin in Yellowstone – be prepared for trail reroutes!
Here’s a Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone trail map (50 kb), showing the trails accessing both Upper and Lower Falls. If you’re feeling brave, give Uncle Tom’s Trail a try! Or enjoy the falls from afar.
Yellowstone lodging map
The highest concentration of hotels is in West Yellowstone; you can view a Hotels.com interactive West Yellowstone lodging map on the right. But there are many more places you can stay: Gardiner, MT provides quickest access to the North Entrance and there’s lodging inside the park too. So you may want to browse all Expedia’s top-rated Yellowstone lodging (or Hotels.com) where you can compare reviews, photos, and prices.
Regional Yellowstone maps
Printable Yellowstone maps
The following maps cover the same territory as the maps from the official brochure, but are better for printing since they have a white background and fewer colors.
This printable Yellowstone map (550 kb) shows the entire national park and shows all roads, picnic areas, campgrounds, and points of interest. It includes driving distances and time estimates as well.
Here’s a printable Lake Village and Fishing Bridge map (70 kb), which also includes Bridge Bay and shows the Lake Hotel, Lake Lodge, marina, campgrounds, and visitor services such as laundry and showers.
Yellowstone backcountry maps
The Yellowstone Lake backcountry map (800 kb) features the campsites lining the shores of Yellowstone Lake, many of which are accessible only by water. Also included are descriptions for each campsite.
The maps above are all great for trip planning, but they’re definitely not suitable for backcountry travel. You instead need a topographic map like one from the National Geographic Trails Illustrated series. You can get specific quadrant maps (Old Faithful, Mammoth Hot Springs, Tower/Canyon, Yellowstone Lake) or purchase the bundle of four maps that cover the entire park.
Yellowstone ski and snowshoe maps
The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone winter trails map (200 kb) shows the ski trails to the rim of the canyon at Inspiration Point and Grandview Point, as well as other ski trails like to Cascade Lake.
Here is the Mammoth Hot Springs winter trails map (350 kb), showing the groomed ski trails, snowshoe trails, and roads near Mammoth Terrace and south toward Bunsen Peak, Indian Creek, and Bighorn Loop.
Yellowstone geologic maps
Yellowstone topographic maps
The north Yellowstone topo map (6.1 mb) focuses on the northern half of the park, extending from Mammoth Hot Springs south past Canyon Village toward Yellowstone Lake, including most popular visitor areas.
Here’s a south Yellowstone topo map (6.0 mb), stretching from Yellowstone Lake south toward the border with Grand Teton National Park – this map features Old Faithful as well as remote parts of Yellowstone.
Various Yellowstone maps
This Yellowstone panorama map (8.4 mb) is not the best for trip planning, but the southwest-looking view over the park is sure fun to look at and dream when planning your Yellowstone National Park vacation.
The simple Yellowstone map (30 kb) is a printable easy-to-read map that just shows the basic layout of Yellowstone’s points of interest with no extra detail. It’s best for when you just want the basics.
This is a Yellowstone lodging map (30 kb). This map has the same base layer as the previous one, but of lodging facilities marked rather than points of interest, making it easy to compare your lodging options.
Yellowstone Lake maps
Yellowstone map prints and gifts
Printed high-resolution Yellowstone map posters and other products are available at the Yellowstone Maps store. For prints, gift ideas, and souvenirs featuring other national parks, support this site and visit the National Park Maps store; you’ll find items to bring on vacation, keep at home for the memories, or give to your park-enthusiast friends and loved ones.
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