Cody Area Campgrounds

Cody, Wyoming

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History, high mountains, and two of the three Yellowstone National Park entrances from Wyoming are the highlights of this area. The Buffalo Bill Historic Center in Cody presents an overwhelming collection of historical artifacts for interpretation. Be prepared for the disappointment of inadequate time. The main highlight, of course, is Yellowstone National Park. And that means the campgrounds along the main route fill very quickly. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Wood River, Brown Mountain, Jack Creek, Deer Creek, Dead Indian, Little Sunlight, Hunter Peak, Lake Creek, Crazy Creek, Fox Creek, Chief Joseph (MT), Colter (MT), Soda Butte (MT), Beartooth Lake, Island Lake, Buffalo Bill State Park, Big Game, Wapiti, Elk Fork, Clearwater, Rex Hale, Newton Creek, Eagle Creek, and Threemile.
Camping Wyoming and the Black Hills

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Camping Wyoming and the Black Hills

by Kenneth L. Graham (Falcon Guides)

History, high mountains, and two of the three Yellowstone National Park entrances from Wyoming are the highlights of this area. The Buffalo Bill Historic Center in Cody presents an overwhelming collection of historical artifacts for interpretation. Be prepared for the disappointment of inadequate time. The main highlight, of course, is Yellowstone National Park. And that means the campgrounds along the main route fill very quickly.

Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Wood River, Brown Mountain, Jack Creek, Deer Creek, Dead Indian, Little Sunlight, Hunter Peak, Lake Creek, Crazy Creek, Fox Creek, Chief Joseph (MT), Colter (MT), Soda Butte (MT), Beartooth Lake, Island Lake, Buffalo Bill State Park, Big Game, Wapiti, Elk Fork, Clearwater, Rex Hale, Newton Creek, Eagle Creek, and Threemile.

©  Kenneth L. Graham/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Cody
Additional Use: Swimming, Fishing, Hiking
Local Contacts: Shoshone National Forest, Greybull Ranger District
Driving Directions: Directions to Cody Area Campgrounds

Recent Trail Reviews

7/11/2007
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Hunter's Peak is one of my all-time fave campgrounds. I camped there about 10 years ago and again this in June 07. maybe about 10 sites total, 5 or 6 on the river. The CG is set down from the road, so you can't really hear the road. There are trails along the river and if it is hot, you can soak in the river. Not alot for the kids to do, but if your traveling without the kids, probably the best camping between Cooke City MT and Cody WY.



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