Cody, WY, founded by the legendary Colonel William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, was first to acknowledge the town’s potential. Today, hundreds of thousands of folks visit Cody, in part for its proximity to the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park, about 52 miles west. Bike, boat, hike and horseback through the spectacular park from mid-April through November and, in the winter months, commission guided snowmobile and snowcoach tours. Be sure to check into one of the nine visitor centers and museums to make the most out of your visit to this historic landmark.
Sharpen your photography skills with a guided game excursion through one of the many forests surrounding Yellowstone, teeming with elk, moose, bighorn sheep and antelope. Or, embrace Cody’s western pioneer spirit when you visit the pristinely preserved Old Trail Town, which consists of over 25 historic buildings and artifacts. If the excitement of the rodeo is in your blood, this “Rodeo Capital of the World” won’t disappoint. Each night, from the beginning of June until the end of August, the Cody Nite Rodeo offers two hours of bronc and bull riding, team roping and family barrel racing.
Choose one of our IHG hotels in Cody to enjoy these wild adventures and more. With top-notch amenities, knowledgeable staff and comfortable, stylish rooms, you’ll make the most of your stay when you book with IHG.