See the Yellowstone National Park Area by ATV

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, and there's never been a better time to visit Yellowstone. If you've never been to Yellowstone National Park, which stretches across portions of three states, including Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, you're missing out on an ecosystem that's unlike any other in the world. Yellowstone encompasses over 3,400 square miles and includes diverse natural wonders such as hot springs, geysers, mudpots, and more. Plan to take more than just one day to visit, and save a portion of that time to explore by ATV. While you can't take your owned or rented all-terrain vehicle inside the park, you can cover a lot of ground surrounding the park, and you won't be disappointed at the many natural wonders you'll see. 

Bridger-Teton National Forest

The Grand Tetons make a perfect backdrop for your ATV tour. Bridger-Teton National Forest is a great place to take your rented ATV. You'll have the opportunity to experience kaleidoscopic sunrises and sunsets and see antelope, bison, and an assortment of other wildlife in their natural habitats. And you'll have fun checking out the many trails that criss-cross the area. You can traverse Shadow Mountain, experience Gros Ventre Valley, and see the many wonders of the National Elk Refuge. 

Slate Creek

With its rougher terrain and trails that actually fjord Slate Creek, you'll find this area a perfect place to take your all-terrain vehicle if you have intermediate or advanced riding skills. You'll have the opportunity to catch a nice glimpse of pronghorn, deer, and elk as you traverse the trails that wind all around the Mt. Leidy Highlands. 

Antelope Flats

Antelope Flats in Kelly, Wyoming, is more than just a place to see the famous pronghorn antelope. Riding your ATV here can take you past Mormon Row Historic District and give you a taste of the Old West as it once existed. 

When you finally make it to Yellowstone National Park this summer, don't forget to plan a day sightseeing outside its perimeters. Touring this unrivaled wilderness area from the comfort and convenience of an all-terrain vehicle is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you don't want to miss. There are numerous tour companies in the area that rent ATVs, and some even provide guided tours. But you can bring your own all-terrain vehicle along if you'd rather and explore this vast wilderness on your own schedule.

For more information about getting ahold of an ATV, contact a company such as Moto United.