5 Guided Tours in Cody, Wyoming Everyone Will Like

Nestled in the heart of the Wild West, Cody, Wyoming, is a treasure trove of outdoor adventures and historical intrigue. Named after the legendary showman Buffalo Bill Cody, this small city offers a range of guided tours that cater to different interests, whether you’re a history buff, nature enthusiast, or thrill-seeker. Here are five guided tours that will make your visit to Cody an unforgettable one.

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5 Great Guided Tours in Cody, Wyoming

1. Wyoming River Trips

For water lovers, Wyoming River Trips provide an exhilarating experience on the Shoshone River. These trips offer a unique perspective of Cody, allowing you to navigate the scenic waters while taking in the breathtaking surroundings. Whether you’re a seasoned rafter or a beginner, there’s a trip that suits your level of adventure.

2. Yellowstone Upper Loop Guided Tour

Yellowstone National Park, with its geysers, hot springs, and diverse wildlife, is a must-visit when you’re in Cody. The Yellowstone Upper Loop Guided tour takes you to all the top sights of the park’s lower loop. From CoveredGround Tours, this immersive experience includes stops at major points of interest and provides ample opportunities for wildlife viewing.

3. Red Canyon Wild Mustang Tour

The Red Canyon Wild Mustang Tour offers a unique chance to witness wild mustangs in their natural habitat. The tour is conducted in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle and led by knowledgeable guides who provide fascinating insights into the behavior and history of these magnificent creatures.

4. Cody Trolley Tours

Founded in 2001, Cody Trolley Tours is a great way to get the whole family to see the small but historic town of Cody, Wyoming. The 22-mile trip will give you a great history lesson about the legends of outlaws and heroes alike.

The trip is great for young families as kids below five years old receive free admission.

5. Yellowstone Snowmobile Tours

After the fall, Yellowstone closes most of its entrances to visitors, and the only way to traverse the National Park is by snowmobile, snow coach, or dogsled).

Take advantage of the weather by booking a snowmobile tour to see sights like Old Faithful set against the stark white snow of winter.

Stay Near the Outdoors with Cody Lodging Co. South Fork River Ranch

These tours not only offer an exciting way to explore Cody, but they also provide a deeper understanding of its rich history, diverse wildlife, and breathtaking landscapes.

After a long day out on the trails find a respite when you book a vacation rental with Cody Lodging Company. Our collection of rentals in a half-dozen locations around Cody features various unique amenities that you won’t find with any other vacation rental company in the East Yellowstone area. Plus, we complimentary Concierge Services to make your stay as stress-free as possible. 

Start planning your vacation to Cody by booking one of our properties. We look forward to welcoming you to the Cowboy State!