THINGS TO DO IN CODY
Over the years, one of the most frequent statements we hear is: “If we would have known there were so many things to do in Cody, we would have allowed for more time.” So take some time in the area, and we think you’ll find the real West still lives in Cody, Wyoming.
Buffalo Bill Center of the West — without a doubt, the foremost Western Museum in the world. Actually four museums in one. Give yourself a little extra time here.
Cody Night Rodeo — Witness high flying broncs, fearless bullriders, brave steer wrestlers, tough cowgirl barrel racers, daredevil rodeo clowns and even a few laughs every night from June 1st through August 31st
Cody Stampede Rodeo — The Cody Stampede Professional Rodeo is the best large outdoor rodeo in the nation according to the PRCA. Runs July 1st through the 4th.
Sleeping Giant Zipline – New in 2016. Put a Giant Zip in your trip.
Wyoming Rivers Cooperative – WRC was founded by Landon Blanchard and Elyse Guarino in 2019 with the goal of providing small, experience-based river adventures throughout Wyoming. The company offers day trips, as well as multi-day options on the Wind, Popo Agie, Sweetwater, and Green Rivers.
Cody Nite Rodeo Bus — Hop aboard and enjoy your ride through the town of Cody to Stampede Park. We’ll show you points of interest along the way.
Old Trail Town — Collection of historic buildings from Wyoming’s frontier days, cemetery of famous mountain men, Indian and early pioneer artifacts and collections.
The Irma Hotel — Founded by Buffalo Bill Cody in 1902, this historic Hotel is located at the heart of Downtown Cody. Step back into the old West at a place that Buffalo Bill called a “gem.”
The Cody Gunfighters — Re-enactments of famous gun battles, shootouts at high noon and historic presentations by your favorite Western characters. Located outside the Irma Hotel.
Cody Cowboy Village — Brand new luxury log cabin lodging located on the west strip of Cody, Wyoming.
The Cody Cattle Company — Music Revue and Show. Excellent Family Entertainment.
Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Venue — “A Branson Style Music Variety Show”
WolfTracker — Naturalist led adventures in Yellowstone for families and small groups. Truly a family learning adventure.
Robin’s Nest Bed & Breakfast — Stay and relax in this quiet neighborhood within walking distance to just about all of Cody’s attractions.
Yellowstone Association Institute — Yellowstone Ed-Ventures. Private educational programs for families and groups from one day to multi day programs.
Xanterra — Choose from a complete list of hotels and lodging options in Yellowstone National Park.
Rand Creek Ranch — Wyoming guest ranch located between Cody and Yellowstone.
Stagecoach River Ranch — Located approximately 16 miles west of Cody, Wyoming and 30 miles from the East entrance of Yellowstone National Park. Located on the Shoshone River in the spectacular Wapiti Valley, just three miles west of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir.