Whether you’re headed to Yellowstone’s North, South, East or West Entrance or its neighbor park, Grand Teton, you can get there fast by flying into one of these nearby airports.
Airports Closest to Yellowstone National Park
North Entrance: Land at the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport near Bozeman, Montana, about an hour and a half from Yellowstone’s North Entrance. This airport is convenient if you are planning to visit both Yellowstone and Glacier national parks.
West Entrance: An option very close to the West Entrance is the Yellowstone Airport near West Yellowstone, Montana. It’s a smaller airport but is only 10 minutes from the park entrance. Another option is the Idaho Falls Regional Airport, two and a half hours from the West Entrance but this airport also gives you good access to Grand Teton National Park. The largest airport for the West Entrance is Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport, mentioned above, a two-hour drive to the park.
East Entrance: Fly into the Yellowstone Regional Airport near Cody, Wyoming, under an hour from the park entrance. Cody is the namesake town of Buffalo Bill Cody and has Western attractions all its own.
South Entrance: The Jackson Hole Airport is inside Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone’s neighbor park to the south. It’s about an hour drive to Yellowstone’s South Entrance.
Airports Closest to Grand Teton National Park
The Jackson Hole Airport is inside Grand Teton National Park near the Moose Entrance in the southern section of the park. It’s about a nine-mile drive to the town of Jackson; take the Jackson Hole Shuttle or rent a car.
Airports for Launching a Yellowstone Road Trip
Many Yellowstone National Park visitors fly into an airport in another state and do a road trip to the park. Some favorite road trip launching points are Chicago, Illinois, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Denver, Colorado.