Campers Who Camp — Yellowstone National Park
El Camp was built with a spirit of adventure and a love of the great outdoors, so it’s not surprising that some of the people who work here love camping and exploring nature in all its beauty.
The first camper we’d like to spotlight is Ignited’s Irisa Charles. Like so many others who have visited America’s first national park, she too fell in love with Yellowstone. Here is her story.
Yellowstone is an amazing place that you have to see at least once in your lifetime. When you go to Yellowstone, it definitely makes you take a break from the (digital) world and get in touch with nature—there was hardly any cell service and you were lucky to find Wi-Fi. I’ve never seen anything else in the world like the Grand Prismatic or Old Faithful! I’ve also never had the opportunity to stay in a national historic landmark (Old Faithful Inn) that was built in 1903/1904. While driving around the park, a Bald Eagle flew over us, we saw bears, and there were many traffic jams due to the bison crossing.
I highly recommend going to Yellowstone at least once in your life if you can!