Plan A Trip To Cody, One Of Wyoming’s Most Charming Historic Towns

Established in 1896 Cody, Wyoming is one of the state’s most charming historic sites. The town was founded by Buffalo Bill Cody after he visited the area in the late 1800s. With plenty of outdoor recreation to be found, Cody is also a popular spot to watch a live rodeo or take in the picturesque scenery just outside of Yellowstone National Park.

Cody, which has a population of right around 10,000 people, is home to Old Town Trail, a series of restored Old West buildings that take visitors right into the past.

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Want to learn more about Cody, Wyoming? Check out the Cody Facebook page and read this Only In Your State roundup of where to find the best restaurants in Cody.

Address: Cody, WY 82414, USA