How Big Is Yellowstone Park In Miles?


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Yellowstone National Park is 3,468 square miles (8,983 km),including lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges.
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Yellowstone National Park covers an area of over three thousand four hundred and seventy two square miles or eight thousand nine hundred and eighty seven square kilometres or two million two hundred and nineteen thousand seven hundred and eighty nine acres. The vast consists of lakes, canyons, mountain ranges and the largest super volcano on the North American Continent.

The park measures sixty three miles or a hundred and two kilometres in length from north to south and fifty four miles or eighty seven kilometres in breadth east to west. The park is bigger in size compared to the states of Delaware and Rhode Island. The park acts a wildlife preserve as well and consists of a number of endangered species. The park was created by a bill that was signed into law by President Ulysses S Grant.
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