On Thursday, Yellowstone National Park announced in a press release that it will open its Montana entrances on Monday, June 1 at 10:00 a.m.
The Montana entrances include:
  • West Entrance (near West Yellowstone)
  • North Entrance (near Gardiner)
  • Northeast Entrance (near Cooke City).

The opening of Montana’s entrances coincides with the Governor’s lifting of out-of-state travel restrictions on June 1 and will provide visitor access to all five entrances of Yellowstone National Park.

The entire Grand Loop Road will be accessible for day use, excluding the area between Canyon and Tower, which is closed for road construction (see map below).
Yellowstone National Park
On June 1, following the park’s three-phased reopening plan, visitors will be able to access Phase 1 services/facilities, including:
  • Restrooms
  • Self-service gas stations
  • Trails/Boardwalks
  • Limited stores
  • Entrance stations
  • Medical clinics
  • Approved tours

A few services/facilities will be available as outlined in Phase 2:

  • Takeout food service
  • Boating
  • Fishing

The park will remain day-use only. Limited overnight accommodations will begin reopening later in June. Campgrounds, visitor centers, and other facilities are still closed until health conditions allow for reopening.

To get up to date information regarding access to Yellowstone National Park, click here.