Cody is a city in Park County, Wyoming, United States. It is named after William Frederick Cody, better known as Buffalo Bill, from his part in the creation of the original town. The population was 9,520 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Park County. Cody is served by Yellowstone Regional Airport. Wikipedia
Lying in proximity with the Yellow Stone National Park, Cody is flocked to be visitors in the summer month. Indeed, the best time to visit Cody is the summers. The city derives its name from Colonel William Frederick “Buffalo Bill” Cody whose contribution in creating the original town is very significant. For those who like a little historical enlightenment, Cody’s Cowboy and Western, and even Rodeo history are reflected in the city’s cultural activities and events.
If one were to talk about the main points of interest, then Buffalo Bill Center of the West would be a primary mention. It is essentially an amalgamation of five museums and a library that have a collection of several resorted elements throwing light n Cody’s history. Other must-see attractions in Cody include Cody Firearms Museum, Teton National Forest, Buffalo Bill Dam, Old Trail Town and Cody Dug Up Gun Museum and a few more.