Indian Campground

660 East Hart Street, Buffalo, Wyoming, 82834, United States | Hotel
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To Buffalo via Thermopolis & Big Horn Natl Forest

A travel blog entry by amanda.cinfio on Sep 20, 2013

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Dinner in Cody last night was an experience closely watched by a large elk head and a bison... From the ceiling! We ate at Irma's Hotel, named for Irma Cody, Buffalo Bills eldest daughter who owned and ran it as a very successful saloon and hotel.

Entertainment in Cody was a "Boot Scutin " evening with the main street closed for vendors …

Day 33

A travel blog entry by dlmitchell71

5

... down
route 14 through Wyoming my wife and kids noticed a moose but I was
in the process of passing a vehicle and didn't have a chance to stop.
So we continued on and less than 10 miles later we spot another
moose and of course I stopped to take several photos. So you don't
have to go to Yellowstone to see moose.



We stopped for the night in Buffalo, WY
where we rested for the night at the Hampton Inn & Suites.
...

Buffalo and Sheridan, WY

A travel blog entry by rballard29

54

... have closets for clothes. In addition, there is a dumb waiter. Do you kids know what a "dumb waiter is? It is like a little elevator that goes between the floors to allow food, linens, cleaning materials, etc. to be brought from the lower floors so that maids did not have to carry things up the stairs. The house also has an intercom system so they could summons the servants when needed. We are unable to see the carriage house but are told ...

Buffalo, Crazy Horse and Mount Rushmore

A travel blog entry by lauravanwaas

9

... been killed at Fort Robinson, which we visited yesterday). It is being sculpted out of a huge mountain of granite, inspired by the earlier feat of Mount Rushmore (just up the road) but outdoing it in scale by about 10 times. The native Americans wanted to build it to show the "white man" that the "red man" also has his own inspirational leaders. And they and the sculptor wanted to build it on their own terms. They have turned down ...

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This hotel, located on 660 East Hart Street, Buffalo, is near Big Horns and Buffalo Golf Club.
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