Yellowstone National Park set a new record for visits in September, the National Park Service said. It's also the first time the park has hosted more than 4 million people in the year to date.
(CNN) — Yellowstone National Park has done it again.
After setting an attendance record in August of more than 920,000 recreational visitors, it's set a record for September as well.
That number is 872,695 recreation visits, a National Park Service news release on Tuesday said. It's a 4% increase from September 2020.