Buffalo Bill’s – Welcome to the wild west
Deep in the rugged Wyoming landscape, you will find the frontier settlement of Cody. Named after William Frederick Cody, otherwise known as Buffalo Bill, this is a city synonymous with adventure. Just a stone’s throw away from the world-famous Yellowstone National Park and with the American outback stretching as far as the eye can see, Cody is the perfect place to celebrate the spirit of the West.
Set out and explore the region’s mountains, rivers and lakes and enjoy miles of picturesque hiking trails, biking paths, and the best fishing in the West. What’s more, at Yellowstone National Park visitors can take in the majesty of natural wonders like the Old Faithful Geyser, Mammoth Hot Springs, as well as the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River and its breathtaking Lower Falls.
Beyond the natural blessings of the area, Cody’s remarkable history makes it a popular destination for tourists. Once a bustling pioneer town home to honest-to-goodness cowboys, today, the legacy of the Old West is still alive and well. Stay at an authentic dude ranch, ride horses and tell stories around a blazing camp?re.
Explore the five museums of the world-renown Buffalo Bill Center of the West and learn more about history, culture, art and artifacts. This is a one-of-a-kind museum adventure you won’t want to miss.
Cody’s rustic heritage also inspires many aspects of modern day life, whether it be the modern arts scene or the eateries serving up western classics like juicy porterhouse steaks, Rocky Mountain Oysters and buffalo burgers.
In addition, don’t leave town before exploring Old Trail Town, spending an evening enjoying old-time cowboy music, and discovering why Cody is called the “Rodeo Capital of the World.”