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Cody / Yellowstone Country is the geographic area of northwest Wyoming including Yellowstone National Park.

Yellowstone Country is comprised of the towns of Cody, Powell and Meeteetse as well as the valley east of Yellowstone National Park. The area was the playground of Buffalo Bill Cody himself. The heart of Cody/Yellowstone Country is the community of Cody, Wyoming, founded by Buffalo Bill in 1896. The entire region was driven by and is still heavily influenced by his vision. His regard for the wildlife, scenery, and the wonders of Yellowstone can be appreciated by all who visit Cody/Yellowstone Country. Today its broad streets, world-class museum, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West and thriving western culture host nearly 1 million visitors annually.

The Wild West is a place filled with adventure. It’s a place where you can ride horses, rope cattle, sit around a campfire and stay at a genuine guest ranch. But it’s also a place filled with warmth and charm. Welcoming accommodations, fine restaurants, stellar shopping, plenty of things to see and do, and no shortage of outdoor fun and adventure. Come explore the communities of Cody/Yellowstone Country and see that the Wild West isn’t so wild after all.


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Cody Cody, Wyoming is located just 52 miles from the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park, in beautiful Park County.

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Powell Powell, Wyoming, home of Northwest College, is located in Cody Yellowstone Country just 23 miles from Cody. Powell was named

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Meeteetse Meeteetse is one of the oldest settlements in Cody Yellowstone Country. The name is said to derive from an

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Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park The World’s First National Park The world’s first national park contains more than two million acres of

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East Yellowstone Valley

East Yellowstone Valley The East Yellowstone Valley lies in the Absaroka Range of the Rocky Mountains in northwestern Wyoming between Cody

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