How To Find Us!
Located in the northwestern corner of Wyoming, we are only an hour away from the east entrance to Yellowstone National Park and nearby other Cody area attractions. Whatever direction you come in, enjoy your drive through the country, travel Yellowstone, and enjoy our western hospitality.
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We want you to make the most out of your stay. Check the following links for information about the surrounding area, history, outdoor recreation activities, other Cody area attractions, and any thing you’ll need to know when planning your visit to Cody and travel Yellowstone!
Visit the visitor center to see a fantastic view of the Buffalo Bill Dam, learn the history, and enjoy a short movie in their theater.
Open year round. An affiliate of the Smithsonian Affiliate, a national outreach program with the Smithsonian Institute, this center includes 5 museums under one roof for one admission price: the Buffalo Bill Museum, Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Plains Indian Museum, Cody Firearms Museum, and the new Draper Museum of Natural History. A major attraction in Wyoming!
Cody has a nice city park. It's called Yellowstone. Visitor information is included on Yellowstone and Eastern gateway communities. Fishing, golfing, rafting, mountain biking, horseback riding and the Cody Nite Rodeo all take place here.
For detailed information about the city of Cody, biographical information on Cody area attractions, Buffalo Bill (Cody), and events happening in the area.
Cody, Wyoming, the rodeo capital of the world, is home to the Cody Stampede Rodeo & Cody Nite Rodeo held every night of the summer, from June 1 to August 31. Watch the tough competition in bull riding, steer wrestling, bareback riding, and team roping.
Cassie's Supper Club has been a staple dining and entertainment establishment in Cody since 1922. Today its 20,000 sq. feet inc
Give them an hour and they’ll give you 100 years! Narrators spotlight historic sites, scenic vistas, geology, wildlife and old and new west attractions on a 60-minute, 24-mile trolley tour of Cody. It’s the easiest and most exciting way to learn about the area.
Built by Buffalo Bill himself, this hotel is on the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service. It is located in downtown Cody.
The Old Trail Town collection consists of 26 buildings, which date from 1879 to 1901, 100 horse-drawn vehicles, plus an extensive collection of Native American artifacts and memorabilia of the Wyoming frontier.
Explore the Wild Mustang range and see the mustangs in their natural state. You will be transported in an air conditioned van through the open range as you see mustangs and other wildlife roam free on 110,000 acres.
Red Canyon River Trips take pride in having the most experienced guides on the Shoshone River. With 27 years of history on the Shoshone, our professional river guides are dedicated to offering a quality adventure full of fun and excitement, always with your safety as their priority. Sharing their knowledge and expertise about the river and its surroundings is an important part of all our trips.
A 7,000 sq ft. village depicting the Little Big Horn Battlefield and 200 years of Wyoming and Montana History. The artist Jerry Flick spent his lifetime collecting and creating the figures.
The Wyoming Game & Fish department provides information on wildlife in the area, hunting, fishing, and boating regulations, as well as a lengthy list of frequently asked questions that cover almost any area of concern.
The National Park Service online Park Guide. Planning tips, ranger schedules, history, and weather history to help you organize your visit and travel plans to Yellowstone.