Keep up-to-date during your travels.
Travel Advisory & Alerts
Yellowstone's South Entrance Reopened
After the weekend's increased fire behavior and with the Berry Fire prompting the closure Hwy. 89, the highway has now been reopened and the South entrance to Yellowstone is now open. Flagg Ranch and the convenience store are still closed. Please use caution when driving the road as fire crews are still working in the area.
To find out more detailed information about this fire, click here.
The following areas, trails and campgrounds have been closed in Grand Teton National Park also due to the Berry Fire:
- Glade Creek trail
- Owl-Berry Cutoff trail
- Berry Creek trail from Glade Creek to Hechtman Creek
- Owl Creek trail three miles west of Cutoff to Webb Canyon junction
- Lizard Creek Campground
- Headwaters Campground
Due to dry conditions in several parts of Wyoming, there may be fire restrictions in the area you're visiting. To find if there are fire restrictions in your area and what those restrictions entail, click here.
Wildfire Prevention and Safety
Visitors should be aware of the potential for wildfires during this time of year. Many public land agencies may implement fire restrictions to proactively mitigate wildfire risk. The Wyoming Office of Tourism encourages you to check with local state and federal land management agencies while you're out adventuring to be up to date on the latest advisories.
Keep these tips in mind before you leave home as well as on the trail to make for an enjoyable outdoor experience during fire season!
- Before going hiking or camping, check with public land management agencies for fire restrictions or area closures.
- Plan ahead and prepare—know your route, sign in at the trailhead, let someone else know where you are going and be sure to know how to get out!
- Consider alternatives to campfires during periods of high fire danger.
- Be aware of sudden changes in the weather or changing weather conditions.