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Trapper Creek Lodge rests where the first WY settlers arrived in the 1880s. Its original name was the 16-1, serving the original "dudes" from the East and luminaries like Ernest Hemingway and Teddy Roosevelt. You can still see the ruins of the original lodge today, from your beautiful Trapper Creek cottage or guest house.... more
Explore the history of Cody at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, located just two miles from Big Bear Motel. This complex of five different museums will appeal to those looking to explore the native history of the area, natural history, and many other subjects.... more
The past is always present in Cody Country. This part of Wyoming represents the last of the true West. Cody is what America was, a place where the cowboy culture thrives and where the new west begins. The vistas are spectacular, the land is wild, the people are genuinely friendly and the opportunities for outdoor adventure, recreation, education... more
A highlight at Bill Cody Ranch is the lodge, which has stood since the early 1900s. Even then, it was a testament to the Western way of life with large fireplaces and authentic Native American décor. Today, it's home to the dining room, a gift shop, the Wyoming Suite and the Saddlesore Saloon!... more