Located in northwest Wyoming, Cody is known as the “Wild west way into Yellowstone”, located just 50 miles from the east entrance and only 80 miles from the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park, the first National Park. Yellowstone is not the only Cody, Wyoming area attraction. There are many things to do in Cody, Wyoming both indoors and outdoors.
Be sure to visit the 5 museums within the Buffalo Bill Center of the West:
- Buffalo Bill Museum (the legend of Buffalo Bill)
- Plains Indian Museum
- Whitney Western Art Museum
- Draper Natural History Museum (wildlife exhibits of live in WY)
- Cody Firearms Museum
Cody offers attractions which include rodeos, gun fight re-enactments and music. You will also find shopping, art galleries and restaurants offering excellent food and spirits!
If you come for the outdoor adventures, you can experience rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, fishing, rafting and more. There are three beautiful, awe-striking byways to see beautiful landscapes and amazing wildlife. Have your camera ready!
Buffalo Bluff RV Park in Cody is the perfect place to stay while exploring the wide open spaces of Wyoming. Yellowstone National Park may be the reason you choose to visit, but the park is just one of the Cody, Wyoming area attractions. Come explore and discover hundreds of other things to do in Cody, Wyoming that will keep you coming back for more!