Introduction to Cody, Wisconsin
Cody was established in 1896. The community was named in honor of its founder, William Frederick Cody, who was also known as Buffalo Bill. The Cody Country Chamber of Commerce is the oldest chamber of commerce in the state of Wyoming. Park County was established in 1909.
Cody and nearby Attractions
- Buffalo Bill Historical Center
- Buffalo Bill State Park
- Meeteetse Bank Museum
- Yellowstone National Park
- Tecumseh's Old West Miniature Village & Museum
- Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
Things To Do In Cody
The Shoshone National Forest, the Draper Museum of Natural History and the Leeping Giant Ski Resort are all accessible from Cody. Local golfers can enjoy a round at the Olive Glenn Golf & Country Club. The community host the Wild West Days every May, the Wild West Balloon Fest every August and the Ice Waterfall Festival every February.
Billings Logan International is the nearest major international airport.
Cody Higher Education
Neaby colleges and universities include the University of Wyoming, Idaho State University and Ricks College.