Cody, WY, USA

Cody, WY, USA

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Where to stay around Cody, WY?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 154 vacation rentals near Cody. From 72 houses to 40 cabins, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Cody for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Discover Yellowstone with Cody vacation rentals

A gateway to Yellowstone National Park, Cody is a lively frontier town founded by the legendary William "Buffalo Bill" Cody. It has well and truly embraced its Wild West roots, with plenty of cowboy saloons, steak houses and rodeos to enjoy. You'll also be at the doorstep of Yellowstone National Park, an untouched wilderness famous for its rainbow-colored hot springs, volcanic geysers and "tooth and claw" wildlife. Sound like your idea of a good time? Why not swap your next city break for a back-to-basic stay in Cody?

Get wild in Cody

Surrounded by mountains, lakes and forests, Cody is a one-way ticket to adventure. You can camp under the stars at Yellowstone, windsurf in Buffalo Bill State Park, hike in Shoshone National Forest and more. After a long day on the trails there's nothing better than sunset drinks on the deck of your Cody vacation rentals cabin. For a glimpse at Cody's cowboy past, head to Old Trail Town, where you can stroll around 19th-century wooden buildings that were once used as hideouts by Butch Cassidy, Kid Curry and the Sundance Kid.

Visit Cody's Buffalo Bill Center of the West

For most visitors, Cody vacation rentals serve as a base for exploring Yellowstone National Park. The town is an easy drive from the East Entrance, which unlocks access to a wonderland of technicolor hot springs, steaming geysers, bubbling mud pots, rugged canyons and sweeping plains. Not to mention a cast of wildlife, including grizzly bears, black bears, moose, wolves and Yellowstone's famous herds of shaggy bison. One of Wyoming's top attractions, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West is made up of 5 museums. They celebrate all things Wild West, from frontier artwork and vintage firearms to buffalo tepees and a saddle used by Teddy Roosevelt.

Year-round adventure in Cody

Cody hums with activity in the summer, when long days and warm weather lure flocks of visitors to Yellowstone. Planning a family getaway? From cozy log cabins to family-sized ranches, Cody vacation rentals provide an ideal setting for adventures in Yellowstone. Late spring and early fall are popular with intrepid travelers. Crowds taper off and cooler temperatures are ideal for hiking and camping. Parts of Yellowstone remain open in the winter, though Cody visitors should note that the East Entrance does shut down.

Drive Cody's iconic North Fork

Part of Park County, Cody is set on the rumbling Shoshone River. It's a 1-hour drive from Yellowstone's East Entrance, which hugs the North Fork of the Shoshone River. As you drive you'll quickly understand why Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed it the "50 most beautiful miles in America". Once you pass through the gate, you'll find yourself in 3500 square miles of wilderness set on a dormant supervolcano. Remember, Yellowstone is genuine grizzly and black bear territory, so don't forget your bear spray if you're hiking.