Chamberlin Inn

1032 12th Street, Cody, Wyoming, 82414, United States | Hotel
Prices starting from $198.00

Travel Blogs from Cody

Cody IS Rodeo... The Stampede is AWESOME! Part II

A travel blog entry by frguido


... set out in a cloverleaf pattern. The rider comes out of the gate at full speed, crosses the starting line and may choose to go either right or left to the first barrel. She then runs a cloverleaf pattern and races for the finish line. Times are recorded to the nearest 1/100 of a second, and the penalty for knocking over a barrel is five seconds.

Bull Riding… the last and most dangerous event. The rider holds ...

Blew out the Bighorn

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw


... the dangers of black ice, we took it slow down that winding steep grade of Shell Canyon. What a site. Shell Canyon is deep with sheer cliff sides surrounding the raging creek. The colors of the rock are a spectacular red orange hue and the ridges surrounding the canyon were tinged in gold and pink in the morning sun. Add to that the yellow Aspen against the lodge pole, pretty amazing place.

A quick espresso was ...

Days 19 & 20

A travel blog entry by livjamesusa


... in Cody and saw a completely different side to America and the witnessed some serious cowboy culture - it was really fun! James can not stop saying yee-hah now though.....

Day 20: Today was pretty much all spent in transit. We caught this tiny rickety plane from Cody regional airport to Denver, it was soo windy leaving Cody, I was petrified! We got a connecting flight from Denver to Washington DC where we will spend the ...

Bill's Place

A travel blog entry by chuckschatter


... Plains Indians, Firearms, and Buffalo Bill museums all set in different wings of the total museum. This museum is first class and it really takes two days to go through it completely. Buffalo Bill was world famous and toured his western show for over thirty years throughout North American and Europe. The show in later years included groups from around the world such as Arabian, Cossack, Japanese, and Argentine riders in addition to his troupes of soldiers and ...

The Wild, WILD West...

A travel blog entry by timdeenausa2013


... in historic Deadwood. We also decided to attend the nightly rodeo in Cody, as Deena had never been to one. And, while there, Hollywood the HUGE bull, invited her to hop on up and sit on him...and Tim urged that she not pass up such an invitation.

After a super fun night at the rodeo (bull and bronc riding, barrel racing and more), we called it a day and thoroughly agreed that we made more memories together in Cody.


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