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Why should I visit Cody Wyoming?
Cody, Wyoming is a famous landmark for the West, with plenty of history and lots of charm. This town, named after Buffalo Bill Cody, shows you the true spirit of those that founded America. Outdoor recreation is also abundant. Enjoy fishing, hiking, and camping in nearby mountain ranges. Nearby scenic drives include Chief Joseph and Beartooth Pass, both of which are worth taking a day to explore. Access to Yellowstone National Park is through the east entrance (summer only).
Where is Cody Wyoming?
Cody Wyoming is located in northwest Wyoming and directly east of the park's east entrance. It takes about an hour to get to the east entrance of the park from Cody.
What sort of services and amenities are available in Cody?
Take your pick from a few dozen lodging options, including chain hotels, motels, as well as nearby guest ranches and quaint bed and breakfasts. When it comes to dining out, you'll have no problem finding menus full of items like ribs, steaks, and burgers. But there is also a variety of cuisines. Shopping is fun here as well. Find a perfect fit for cowboy boots and hats, as well as great gifts and souvenirs.
What can I do or see in Cody?
Other Cody Wyoming Resources
See our travel website for Cody Wyoming - AllCody.com