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Cody Travel Guide

Camping in Cody

Absaroka Bay RV Park. This campground stands across the street from Beck Park, where lake fishing is free (though you must have a Wyoming fishing license). All RV spots are pull-through, and there's a big tenting area, though tent sites are not individually marked off. The camp has picnic tables but no cabins or store, and Sheridan Avenue's shops and restaurants are a major trek. 2002 Mountain View, Cody 307/527–7440 or 800/527–7440 www.cody-wy.com

Cody KOA. At breakfast, this campground on the southeast side of town serves all the pancakes you can eat for $2. With water jets at the pool, a giant checkers set, bike rentals, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, and a new playground, this place caters to families. 5561 U.S. 20 (Greybull Hwy.), Cody 307/587–2369 or 800/562–8507 www.codykoa.com

Dead Indian Campground. You can fish in the stream at this tent campground adjacent to the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway (Highway 296). There are hiking and horseback-riding trails, plus nearby corrals for horses. 17 miles north of Cody on Hwy. 120, then 16 miles northwest on Hwy. 296, 2056 State Highway 296, Cody 307/527–6921 www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/shoshone/recreation/camping-cabins/recarea/?recid=35869&actid=29

Shoshone National Forest. There are 31 campgrounds within Shoshone National Forest; some have only limited services, and others have hookups and campground hosts. 307/527–6921 www.fs.usda.gov/activity/shoshone/recreation/camping-cabins/?recid=35807&actid=29

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