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Yellowstone Visitation Statistics For June 2023

Yellowstone National Park hosted a total of 847,864 visits in June 2023 alone. Compared to the previous year that is now known for its historic flood (525,363), this is a 61% increase.

In 2023 as a whole, the park has hosted 1,493,510 recreation visits, 19% higher than this time in 2022 (1,258,834 recreation visits), and 10% higher than from 2019 (1,358,629 recreation visits).

The list below is from the National Park Services and shows the year-to-date trend for the recreation visits over the last several years (though June). 

2023 – 1,493,510

2022 – 1,258,834 (The park was closed June 13 through June 21. Three entrances opened June 22.)

2021 – 1,587,998

2020 –    719,054 (The park was closed May 1 through May 17. Two entrances opened May 18 and the remaining three opened June 1.)

2019 – 1,358,629

2018 – 1,381,708    

If you are interested in visiting Yellowstone National Park during its busiest season, check out the top things to know according to the National Park Service. Show initiative and take the Yellowstone Pledge to help protect the park and its beautiful wildlife. And don’t forget to act responsibly, so that everyone can enjoy the wonders and magic that Yellowstone has to offer. 

For more statistics about park visitation, as well as the process for different calculations, visit the NPS Stats website.

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