The Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research
Leisure Studies | Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration | Tourism and Travel
This report is part of a series that examines visitors in gateway communities of both Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks with the purpose of understanding the lifestyle, habits, values, demographics and travel characteristics of visitors to the parks. This report details only the results of Yellowstone visitors and presents the results by the season in which the visitors were intercepted (spring, summer and fall, 2008). The findings suggest that visitors to Yellowstone do not differ significantly, regardless of season of visitation, in their lifestyles, habits, preferred experiences or values.
Yellowstone National Park, gateway communities, seasonal comparison, Glacier National Park
Oschell, Christine, "Yellowstone National Park Visitors: A Seasonal Analysis" (2009). Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications. 263.