Super 8 Cody

Address: 730 Yellowstone Avenue, Cody, Wyoming, 82414-9324, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 730 Yellowstone Avenue, Cody, is near Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody Night Rodeo, Old West Miniature Village and Museum, and Teton National Forest.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Cody

      Reviewed by travelmenu

      Clean, Friendly & Expensive

      Reviewed Jun 19, 2013
      by (17 reviews) Peace River , Canada Flag of Canada

      Cody, WY is very expensive. I was told it was the last city to enter Yellowstone National Park and the first city you arrive at when you leave the Park - I guess they have you coming and going. However, the staff were friendly and helpful. Room was clean and after a long day of travelling we were satisfied.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Cody

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Cody

      Day 37: Parks, Pictures, and Pain

      A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Oct 07, 2014

      2 photos

      ... with my eyes on the camera...onto a solid granite floor. The next thing I knew I was on my hands and knees, with a sore neck and scraped knees. I forgot one thing too. I'm not 12 years old, and have been sitting in a car for the past 5 weeks. Not exactly the best shape for a high fall in my slippers. Idiot. All of this leads us back on the road, heading west towards Yellowstone. Like I said in the intro, this country is beautiful. I'm so thankful, and so ...

      Yellowstone National Park

      A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 16, 2014

      ... of vehicles in the car park and wandered over to find out when the geyser was expected to erupt! It turned out we only had to wait about 40 minutes and so we found a seat on the long semi-circle of viewing area and waited along with a crowd that grew to several thousand as the erupting time drew closer! Right on time a huge fountain of boiling water and steam shot about 20 metres into the air, much to the excitement of the crowd - it was quite a show! Following that we drove for an ...

      Home for Christmas in Dallas (Part 1 of 2)

      A travel blog entry by frguido on Jul 27, 2014

      ... could tell that whatever it was, she was busting at the seams, but gave in, with a warm smile for Cody. We sat around over coffee while mother cleaned up. Cody offered to do it, but she declined.

      “I didn’t think rich people washed dishes,” he whispered to me while Mom cleared the table. “What does she want your dad to tell me?” I shrugged my shoulders.

      “I don’t know,” I said. “Guess ...

      The Beartooth Pass... and a Lot of Snow

      A travel blog entry by frguido on Jul 07, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      Today we drove back over Beartooth Pass to Red Lodge, Montana. There's a lot of snow up there this year… people were skiing as late as last week. I was in the campground office and some bikers came in and said there were a few places with some eight feet of snow and I had to see that! It was a perfect day- blue sky, temperature about 78, a little wind…. We left after breakfast driving north out of Cody about 20 miles to where the Chief Joseph ...

      Welcome to the "Wild" west

      A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on May 30, 2014

      7 photos

      ... look at what life was like way back when. Even a real saloon with bullet holes in the door! This was the stomping grounds of Sundance Kid, Butch Cassidy, Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane and the like. It was quite interesting to see these authentic cabins and their contents.

      What was disturbing came at the end. There was one tiny cardboard plaque with a quote from a Sioux chief that said his people never considered this place wild. They ...