ConocoPhillips has supported Yellowstone National Park since 1917, providing millions of dollars in direct funding, as well as leadership support, to help protect and preserve this national treasure.
Our contributions have improved the park for the enjoyment of the more than 3 million people who visit Yellowstone each year, attracted to the geysers and hot springs, free-roaming wildlife, trout-fishing streams and National Historic Landmarks such as the Old Faithful Inn and the Roosevelt Arch.
Throughout the past 100 years, ConocoPhillips has supported the park by:
Restoring more than 1,000 miles of trails.
Funding for repair and stabilization of Inspiration Point, restoration of the Roosevelt Arch, and protective equipment for fire department personnel.
Helping preserve the park’s history through support of the Haynes Photo Shop, Old Faithful Visitor Education Center, and Ranger Museum.
Serving as the park’s only major supplier of motor fuels to visitors 1917- 2008.
Canyon Service Station, 1927
A visitor at the Mammoth Service Station, 1936
Old Faithful Visitor Education Center
The view from Inspiration Point
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Did You Know?
Yellowstone National Park is home to the largest concentration of mammals in the lower 48 states – 61 different mammals.
Black bears are common throughout the area.
Seven native species of ungulates – elk, mule deer, bison, moose, bighorn sheep, pronghorn and white-tailed deer – roam the park.
Yellowstone has one of the biggest herds of elk in the United States and the only population of bison to have existed in the wild since prehistoric times.