Welcome to Cody

A tiny town in the huge expanses of the American west, Cody Wyoming is named for famed Old West adventurer and cowboy showman William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, who helped found the town in 1896. Set in a mountain basin along the edge of a canyon carved by the Shoshone River, Cody is surrounded by awesome scenery. The geysers, hot springs, and wild animals of the amazing Yellowstone National Park are just 2 hours to the west along the Buffalo Bill Scenic Byway. Cowboy culture, the Cody Stampede professional rodeo, historic Western buildings, wild mustangs in the McCulough Peaks herd management area, wild rivers to run, and a taste of the Wild West all await in Cody.

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