The people of Cody choose to live and work here because they can! Cody affords its residents the ability to step out after work and in just a few short minutes be fly fishing a superb trout stream, teeing off on a championship golf course, or taking a walk on any of the 8 miles of maintained trails in the community.

With over 50% of the state being public land, there is no shortage of access to recreation of all sorts! Bike trails, hiking trails, hunting areas, and so much more. And when you have more antelope than people in the whole state, crowds won’t be an issue.

In the summer, you can fly fish, hike, camp and explore within minutes of town. In the winter, Yellowstone’s East Gate closes down and offers up some of the best nordic skiing and remote backcountry opportunities within the Rockies.

  • Mountain, Road & Gravel Biking

  • Hiking & Running

  • Kayaking & Paddleboarding

  • Camping

  • Fly Fishing

  • Horseback Riding

  • Nordic Skiing & Snowshoeing

  • Backcountry Skiing

  • Snowmobiling

  • Ice Climbing

  • Hunting

  • ATV & Offroad

  • Ice Skating & Hockey

Scenic Routes in Every Direction

Beartooth Mountain Range & Scenic Byway

This 68-mile all-American road is one of our favorite drives.

Bighorn Mountain Scenic Loop

Spend a full day exploring deep ravines and scenic overlooks.

Yellowstone Upper and Lower Loop

Spend time in one of the nation’s best National Parks – right out your backdoor.

Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway

Catch a glimpse of sheep, elk, bison and a number of other Wyoming wildlife on this drive.

Big Horn Basin Loop

Pit stop in Thermopolis and soak in thermal hot springs while you’re touring the basin.

South Fork Scenic Route

Cruise along the South Fork to view world-class ice climbing routes and scenic vistas.

“With mountains in every direction, there are endless options to explore year-round. That’s why we love it here.”

Megan Baumeister

We’re close to a lot of other great things, too.

We choose to live in Cody because of the lifestyle it offers. Cody boasts many big city amenities without the traffic, noise and congestion. In addition to the spectacular scenery and the proximity to Yellowstone Park, Cody also sits within a close distance to many other key destinations in the Rockies.

  • Yellowstone (East Gate) – 60 Minutes

  • Billings, MT – 90 Minutes

  • Bozeman, MT – 3.5 Hours

  • Jackson Hole, WY – 4 Hours (When Park is open)

  • Denver, CO – 7 Hours

Interested in living and working in Cody? Get in touch.