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Recent Cody property reviews

  • our stay in Cody WY

    "There were 3 of us sharing this condo in Cody---one couple and a single woman. We found it very comfortable and the owner very accommodating. (Erin checked in with us immediately to make sure that we had what we needed and was very helpful for restaurants in the area) The location was excellent and we easily found our way around the city. Would strongly recommend this townhouse."
    Guest: judy Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: September 27, 2013
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  • Joe and Betty Schultz....born and raised in Cody Country

    "We gathered our scattered family to celebrate our 60th Anniversary...(our little wedding reception was held at Irma Flat Club House just up the road) Our stay at Bull Moose Retreat was so comfortable. The facility was perfect for a happy time with our children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The owners answered our every question and request. The garage worked for an ice cream social for friends and extended family. We could look west from the Retreat to review family history from the McMillin, Schultz and Christler ancestors. McMillins lived on Poverty Flats, just up the way in 1916. There is a photo of Folsom on the steps of Irma Flat School at age 7 or 8. Pete was guiding and doing rope trips at Valley Ranch in 1926 or 27. Christlers bought Castle Rock Ranch in 1932 and soon filed on a homestead right behind the rock. Be the time we were in high school Betty lived on the place where the Dale Millers later resided and Joe lived in a house on the right side of the Southfork road, not half a mile from Bull Moose that had been the Nordquist place. We love the Southfork...can you tell."
    Guest: Joe and Betty Date of Stay: August 2012 Review Submitted: August 18, 2012
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  • Quaint Little Cabin

    "Because our internet was spotty outside of Yellowstone, we actually passed the cabin before we could pull up the directions. Once we figured out where it was, another couple was there trying to figure out where to check in. The check-in was was behind the front buildings. My kids, who are used to hotels with swimming pools wanted to turn around. However, we checked in and were pleasantly surprised. The inside was so cute and our kids had an absolute blast exploring the grounds and visiting the livestock. In fact, they didn't want to leave. Now we're braking the bank at the Old Faithful Lodge and wishing we were back at the cabin. If we were to do our Yellowstone trip over again, we'd spend a few nights near each entrance, with this cabin being one of them. About the cattle noise that someone mentioned, we had their air system on and didn't hear a peep. The cabin is new and clean."
    Guest: Sarah G. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 15, 2014
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  • Nice place with everything you need.

    "The house is small but convenient for tourists. It has everything you need to during your stay. Walk to restaurants and 5 minutes drive to grocery store if you want to cook. Will recommend friends to live if they go to that area."
    Guest: dpg Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 14, 2014
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Cody Travel Tips

Things to See and Do at Cody Vacation Rentals

In the winter months, the region receives generous amounts of snow which makes it an ideal destination for skiing and snowboarding. There are three top-quality ski resorts within easy reach of Cody. Antelope Butte, Sleeping Giant, and Red Lodge have multiple groomed ski trails catering for all levels of skiing experience. The resorts are known for their great atmosphere and hospitality.

The region has many frozen waterfalls in the wintertime which makes it one of the top ice climbing destinations in the United States. A popular annual ice climbing festival takes place in Cody and there are several local outfitters that provide equipment, guiding and tuition to visitors.

There are numerous hiking trails that traverse the many national parks in the region. Find out about access permits and guides from the local park information centers. Horseback excursions are offered by local outfitters and great ways to explore the area.

Cody is home to some of America’s best whitewater rafting. Commercial trips are offered on rafts and kayaks, depending on your paddling ability. Canoeing is also available on some of the flat water rivers. Mountain bikers are spoiled for choice in terms of trails. There are numerous forest roads and routes that can be followed.

There are several top-quality championship golf courses that can be found in and around Cody. The green fees are known to be quite reasonable. Take along your golf clubs and enjoy a scenic round while on vacation.

Seasons to Visit Cody Cabins

Cody is a great destination to visit all year long. The season that you choose to visit will largely depend on the interests and activities you want to participate in. Cody has both excellent winter and snow activities as well as great summertime activities to keep you occupied.

Visitors to Cody Lodging

Cody has a wide range of attractions that visitors of all interests can enjoy. The town was named after the infamous Buffalo Bill and has a strong western heritage. Rodeos take place in season and provide great entertainment for locals and visitors alike. There are many museums and historical sites for those who have an interest in historical and cultural matters.

Most people come to Cody to experience the many great natural attractions of the region. The famous Yellowstone National Park is just a short drive away where you can see Old Faithful and a wide variety of wildlife. For people with an interest in things adventurous, there is a wide range of outdoor activities to keep the adrenalin going both in summer and winter. Cody is fun family destination with many attractions to keep kids of all ages occupied.

Getting to Wyoming Vacation Rentals in Cody

Cody is the eastern gateway to the famous Yellowstone National Park and a popular tourist destination. There are good road links that provide easy access if you plan to drive there from your hometown. Cody Airport is located just outside of downtown Cody. It has regularly scheduled flights that operate through leading North American airlines. Most flights route via Salt Lake City before continuing on to Cody. You can also look for flights that travel via Denver. To get to your rental from the airport, you can make use of the local taxi service or the shuttle buses that operate in season. The shuttles operate six days a week, Monday to Saturday, from June to September. Many people opt for car rental so they have a vehicle in which to explore the many attractions of the area.

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