Fall in Cody, WY is like stepping into a painting where nature shows off its most vibrant colors. Did you know Cody is named after the legendary William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody? This charming town offers a blend of history, outdoor adventure, and the arts, making it a must-visit destination. In this blog, we’ll explore the best activities to make your autumn trip to Cody unforgettable. We’ve got you covered, from hiking in Yellowstone to savoring mouthwatering steaks.
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The Ultimate Guide for Things To Do in the Fall in Cody, WY
Discover Yellowstone’s Autumn Beauty
Yellowstone National Park is a natural wonder, especially during fall. The best times to visit are September and October, when the crowds thin out. Don’t miss the Yellowstone bucket list of experiences like Old Faithful and the Grand Prismatic Spring.
Satisfy Your Cravings
Cody offers a variety of dining options to satisfy your palate. From steakhouses like Cody Steak House and the Proud Cut Saloon to local eateries like Bubba’s Bar-B-Que and the comfort food at 8th Street at the Ivy, there’s something for everyone to savor!
Hike the Scenic Trails
Hiking in Cody is an experience you won’t forget. The trails offer stunning views and varying levels of difficulty. Try Sheep Mountain or Bridal Veil Falls for more experienced hikers. But if you have a younger family, Twin Lakes Trail is a perfect place to start. Check out our favorite hiking spots to find the ideal hiking trail for your family.
Wet Your Whistle
If you’re a fan of craft beers or cocktails, Cody has some of the best saloons in Wyoming. Try the historic Irma Hotel, built by Buffalo Bill himself for his daughter Irma, or try something more modern like Cody Craft Brewing and Millstone Pizza and Brewing, which even has an arcade to keep the kids happy!
Get Hooked on Fishing
Fishing in Cody is a relaxing way to connect with nature. With so many places to go, it is easy to find the perfect spot, whether you’re a beginner or an expert. A great place to start is the Shoshone River, one of the most popular places. Or you can try Buffalo Bill State Park. But there are plenty more places to go fishing in Cody!
Dive into History
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is a must-visit for history buffs. This museum complex offers five different museums that cover Buffalo Bill, the Plains Indians, the Cody Firearms Museum, a natural history museum, and an art museum for a deep dive into the American West. Your family will love to spend a day here with the various exhibits and events they host.
Unlock the Best of Cody with a Cozy Stay
Fall in Cody, WY, offers a rich tapestry of experiences you won’t find anywhere else. Cody Lodging Company provides beautiful homes with modern luxury, ensuring you’re just minutes away from popular places. From horse-friendly to pet-friendly properties, our vacation rentals have something for everyone.
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