Good news for Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming) local business owners and visitors–the park is slowly bouncing back and reopening.
In a Modern Campground story, it is reported that the closure of the park due to the flooding will impact tourism in the area.
As per a report, almost all main park roads are now open to all vehicular traffic, and the alternating license plate system has been lifted.
Additionally, seven of the nine lodges in the Yellowstone National Park and five Xanterra-operated campgrounds are now available to guests for overnight lodging, camping, dining, tour, and more.
These include Canyon Lodge & Cabins, Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins, Lake Lodge Cabins, Grant Village, Old Faithful Inn, Old Faithful Lodge, Old Faithful Snow Lodge, Madison Campground, and Bridge Bay Campground, Grant Campground, Canyon Campground, and Fishing Bridge RV Park.
Mammoth Hotel & Cabins, as well as Roosevelt Lodge Cabins, are still closed to the public.
Roads have also reopened, with 93% open to visitor vehicular traffic, including the main park roads (upper and lower loop).
Three entrances, including the East Entrance from Cody, Wyoming; South Entrance from Jackson, Wyoming, and West Entrance from West Yellowstone, Montana, are open for park access, while two remain closed, the North and Northeast entrances from Montana.
Last month, Yellowstone National Park temporarily closed due to heavy flooding, rockslides, and extremely hazardous conditions
This story originally appeared on TravelPulse.