RedRock RV Park is a great base camp for visiting Yellowstone National Park. The park starts opening the middle of April and closes about the first of November. Here we give a few ideas of what to see. Allow at least 2 days for the shortest visit, preferably 5 or more days.
Yellowstone Southern Loop
Visit Yellowstone's Southern Geyser Basins by taking this Southern Loop. Although you could take days to see everything, one fairly long day will suffice. You'll see animals, geysers, thermal springs, rivers, lakes, forest, birds and more. Leave as early as you can to see as much as possible. Turn right at the Madison Junction and loop around to the west shore of Yellowstone Lake, and follow the Yellowstone River and return through the Madison River valley.
Yellowstone Northern Loop
Visit Yellowstone's Northern territory for a good day trip. You'll see mountains, more geysers, thermal springs, rivers, lakes, forest, animals, birds and more. Leave as early as you can to see as much as possible. Turn left at the Madison Junction and go North to Mammoth Springs, turn right there past Tower Junction and then head South over Dunraven Pass and right at Canyon Junction back to Norris Junction before heading South towards home.
Cave Falls, Yellowstone Nat'l Park
This tour takes you to a little known and little visited corner of Yellowstone National Park. This waterfall on the Falls River in the southwest corner of the park is only 20 feet high, but its beauty rests in the fact that it is 250 feet wide. It's the park's widest waterfall. It has an upper step that is about three feet high and a lower step about 100 yards downstream that is about five feet high. It's the starting point for many hikes in the Bechler Region. The drive is about 62 miles and you can stop at Mesa Falls on the way for an added treat.