Yellowstone National Park's Visitor Services Office may respond directly or forward your email to the appropriate person or office in the park for a reply. Due to the large volume of emails we receive in spring and summer, it may take up to 7 days for you to get a response during that time of year.
We receive numerous emails requesting information that is available on our website. Before submitting your message, please visit our answers to frequently asked questions and essential information for planning your visit to Yellowstone.
Email the Yellowstone Visitor Services Office
307-344-7381 (recorded information and an option to speak with someone)
TTY is a telecommunications device for the deaf and requires an electronic device for text communication via a phone line at 307-344-2366.
If you have lost an item in the park and want to see if it has been turned into our lost and found, please fill out our Lost Item Report form.
The National Park Service Branch of Law Enforcement Services operates a 24-Hour Crime Tipline so you can report crime anonymously, if you wish, or leave as much detail as you can (who, what, where, when, etc.). Call the Crime Tipline at 307-344-2132.
Yellowstone contains approximately one-half of the world’s hydrothermal features. There are over 10,000 hydrothermal features, including over 300 geysers, in the park.