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Cody, WY is located 51 miles from the east gate and 78 miles from the northeast gate of Yellowstone.  There is a lot to do in Cody! Absaroka Bay is located on the east edge of town next to Beck Lake so you are close to any local attraction while staying in a quiet and comfortable location.

There are excellent views to take in while you relax at your RV site.

Paying the Lock Site fee is the only way to ensure you reserved a specific

site even if you are with another party or group. 

*Locked sites are not guaranteed in the even of unforeseen circumstances. 

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Click on the image below to go to each attractions website for details.


Buffalo Bill Center of the West


Cody Nite Rodeo


Cody Cattle Dinner & Show


Cody Trolley Tours


Old Trail Town


Epic Yellowstone Tours

If you want to ride the Rodeo bus to the nightly rodeo click on this link:

You must call to make reservations for them to stop and pick up here. 

The Absaroka Range is a sub-range of the Rocky Mountains in the United States. The range stretches about 150 miles across the Wyoming & Montana border. It forms the eastern boundary of Yellowstone National Park. The highest peak in the range is Francs Peak, located in Wyoming at 13,153 feet. The range is drained by the Yellowstone River and various tributaries, including the Bighorn River.

Pronunciation of Absaroka: uhb·sr·ow·kuh

The range is named after the Absaroka Native People.  The name is derived from the Hidatsa name for the Crow people; it means "children of the large-beaked bird."

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