When vacationing in southwest Montana, staying in Bozeman and visiting Yellowstone National Park, it's a great trip to Cody, Wyoming. You shouldn't pass up this opportunity to see a famous landmark in the American West, filled with history and loaded with charm. Named after Buffalo Bill Cody, this town fosters the spirit of the pioneers who founded our great nation.
There's plenty of outdoor fun in the surrounding areal. You can go fishing in the rivers, go hiking in the forests and try whitewater rafting. Cody even presents rodeos, a wonderful taste of the cowboy world. This great destination should be included on any itinerary.
When staying or visiting Bozeman, Montana, it's easy to get to Cody, Wyoming. Take I-90 east to exit 434, and then follow US-212 south, to then catch US-310. When you get to MT-72, bear right and follow this to WY-120 then follow the signs.