Cody was named the best city in Wyoming to live and visit in a recent Touropia online article based on employment opportunities, cost of living, school systems, outdoor activities, and tourist attractions.
A gateway town to Yellowstone National Park, Cody is a historic town surrounded by natural splendor. Cody was named after the infamous William "Buffalo Bill" Cody and boasts a thrilling stampede event now named after him.
Along the central streets you’ll find Old West-style shop fronts and saloons that provide a glimpse into the past—but the architecture is just one part of Cody’s charm. Residents enjoy an excellent school system and lower on average cost of living, with the average price of a single family home well below the national average.
Yellowstone National Park is an exciting destination, the beautiful Buffalo Bill State Park is nearby, and the surrounding areas provide excellent opportunities for outdoor adventures, recreation, and fishing.