Yellowstone: EAST ENTRANCE

The East Entrance will be your first choice as a way to enter Yellowstone if you’re interested in Native American lore or western museums (in Cody), or horseback riding and guest ranches. It’s relatively close to Yellowstone Lake, convenient for those who want to do some boating or fishing there. Between Cody and the park, you can indulge in every sort of outdoor activity, from golf and fishing to backpacking and windsurfing. Attractions include the Buffalo Bill Dam, with its visitor center and ten square miles (26 sq km) of reservoir, and Buffalo Bill State Park, which borders the reservoir and provides places to camp, picnic, or launch boats. The Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway (U.S. Highways 14/16/20) passes through several areas of hoodoos visible from the road. It’s 53 miles (85 km) from Cody to the East Entrance of Yellowstone.

Yellowstone: EAST ENTRANCE Photo Gallery



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