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Pahaska Tepee, Cody

3.7
#22 of 48 in Things to do in Cody
Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Pahaska Tepee is William "Buffalo Bill" Cody's old hunting lodge and hotel in the U.S. state of Wyoming. It is located 50 miles (80 km) west of the town of Cody and two miles from the east entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
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  • Charming stay. We enjoyed the peaceful setting for a good nights sleep, good steak dinner and browsing the fun little gift shop. Dog friendly stay with our two dogs. I Recommend the double queen room....  more »
  • Nice cabins, great people, surprisingly good food. Has the ambiance of the old West of course with Buffalo Bills original cabin there. Saw deer and a grizzly was seen before we got there.  more »
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  • Amazing history here! Buffalo Bill Cody opened the original lodge in 1904 (still standing). Service is very friendly (hats off to Rhett, who really helped us out). The food at the lodge is quite good. I recommend the Elk Medallions. Rooms are small, with no TV or cell service, but perfect for quiet rest.
  • Stayed there for a night before Yellowstone and loved it! The room was small with two queen beds, but had everything we needed. For breakfast, we ate at the restaurant and it was delicious. I definitely recommend! I will be coming back!!

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