Cody, Wyoming is known as the gateway to the east of Yellowstone. It's about an hour's drive to the entrance, and will take you through some of the most scenic miles in all of America. Make Cody central to your trip by finding lodging here.
Famous Buffalo Bill Cody founded this town in 1896. When you are close to Yellowstone National Park, you can stop to see Buffalo Bill's original hunting lodge. If you drive to the northeast entrance to the park, venture through Sunlight Basin along Chief Joseph Scenic Byway. Also be sure to stop to visit the Buffalo Bill Historical Center with its many western exhibits.
There are plenty of lodging options, including traditional motels or hotels, guest ranches or rustic cabins, or even an intimate Bed and Breakfast.