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Location

Bill Cody Ranch is located in the Shoshone National Forest in Northwestern Wyoming, just minutes from the Wapiti Valley. The ranch is only 26 miles from Cody, Wyoming on the way to Yellowstone National Park's east gate on HWY 14-16-20.




Mileage from Ranch:

• 26 miles to Cody
• 26 miles to East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park
• 100 miles to Billings, MT
• 440 miles to Salt Lake, UT
• 420 miles to Rapid City, SD
• 155 miles to Jackson Hole, WY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Wyoming

 Like No Place on Earth
The Century-old adventure story of Wyoming has all the ingredients of a Classic Western. In a colorful setting of vast rangeland and rugged mountains, a cast of Indians, trappers, stockmen, farmers, miners and oilmen have played their roles in a sometimes flamboyant, sometimes starkly simple drama of conflict and growth. The protagonist of the tale  -  and probably the most enduring character in American lore  -  is the cowboy, the very essence of the state.

 

 

Shoshone National Forest

America's First National Forest

Established by presidential proclamation in 1891 as the nation's first forest reserve, the Shoshone National Forest occupies nearly 2.5 million acres in northwestern Wyoming. Its boundaries extend south from Montana and include parts of the Beartooth, Absaroka and Wind River mountains. The forest includes the state's highest mountain, Gannett Peak. Elevations in the forest range from 4,600 feet at Clarks Fork Canyon to 13,804 feet at Gannett Peak.

Shoshone Forest


View information about our trail rides through the Shoshone National Forest.

View our cabins in the Shoshone National Forest.

 

*INFORMATION SOURCE: AAA TOUR BOOK - IDAHO, MONTANA, WYOMING