Cody is the location of the Shoshone National Forest Supervisor's Office at 808 Meadow Lane Avenue.
The Clarks Fork, Greybull, and Wapiti Ranger Districts are administered from the ranger district office at 203A Yellowstone Avenue.
The city of Cody, Wyoming, was founded in 1896 by William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody. Cody is located about 50 miles from the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
The Buffalo Bill Historical Center, which houses five museums under one roof; the Buffalo Bill Dam; the Wild Sheep Foundation; Old Trail Town; and the historic Irma Hotel are just a few of Cody's attractions.
At a Glance
The Clarks Fork, Greybull, and Wapiti Ranger District office in Cody, telephone 307.527.6921.
The Shoshone National Forest Supervisor's Office in Cody, telephone 307.527.6241.
Cody is located in northwest Wyoming about 30 miles from the border with Montana and about 50 miles east of Yellowstone National Park. Cody is accessed by U S Highways 14/16/20 and State Highway 120.
The 50-mile drive from Cody to the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park is known for spectacular scenery. Take U S Highway 14/16/20 through the North Fork of the Shoshone River to view rugged mountains, unusual geological features, and wildlife, including deer, bighorn sheep, bison, and grizzly bears.
Drive north on State Highway 120 for about 16 miles, then turn onto State Highway 296, the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway, to view a stunning landscape of mountain peaks, glaciers, wildlife, and wildflowers.