Yellowstone National Park
With an area larger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined, the activities and adventures are bounteous. Take a boat ride out on Lake Yellowstone, hike the geysers or wilderness trails or go wildlife watching. There are hundreds of species to be spotted here in Yellowstone, with bison, moose, elk, and pronghorn, up to 70 species of mammals, including black bears and grizzly bears, 322 species of birds, over a dozen species of fish and more recently, gray wolves have been reintroduced to the park. Along with wildlife, the flora and fauna of Yellowstone are abundant and create some beautiful scenery in the blooming months. There are over a thousand species of native plants, more than 200 species of exotic plants and over 400 species of thermophiles which thrive in the steaming hot geysers and natural springs.