About Us / Yellowstone Region of Porsche Club of America
Our Club’s Geographic Locale:
The Yellowstone Region Porsche Club is named after the Yellowstone National Park, originally settled by the Arapaho Indians 11,000 years ago. Yellowstone in the Arapaho native language is Henihco’oo or Héetíhco’oo. It is the first national park in the world, signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872. The park is known for its wildlife and many geothermal features, like the Old Faithful Geyser, and the many eocsystems that are contained within its boundaries. It is located primarily in the state of Wyoming, but also extends into Montana and Idaho. Like its diversity, the Yellowstone Region Porsche Club includes parts of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho and maintains some of the greatest driving roads around, beautiful scenery and the greatest people in the area.
Our region is active during the summer with driving tours through some of the most spectacular scenery in North America. We have both day and overnight trips to accommodate your schedule. Our members are a gregarious group that enjoys each other’s company at dinners and social events that are held throughout the year. It is a great way to meet fellow Porsche drivers and get to know people in your immediate area. New members are always welcomed and encouraged to participate. The more the merrier. The club holds autocross and driver education events at Miller Motorsports Park. This is a fun, non-competitive way improve your driving skills no matter if you are a beginner or advanced driver. Golf tournaments and afternoon lunches are also an enjoyable summer afternoon pastime. Come and enjoy your car and our members.
To join our Region you must own a Porsche Automobile and become a member of the Porsche Club of America. Our region does not charge an additional membership fee. All Yellowstone Region members enjoy a subscription to “Panorama Magazine” the official magazine of the PCA and a subscription to “Old Faithful Porsche” our region’s award winning newsletter.