Cody, Wyoming Real Estate
Wild West-style living. Small town charm.
Get to Know Cody
Outdoor recreation. Western culture. Idyllic natural beauty. So many things make this northern Wyoming town a great place to live or vacation. With a population of just over 10,000, Cody is the close-knit community you've been longing for. Other perks include little to no traffic, a low crime rate, and an excellent education system.
- 1130 Sheridan Ave., Suite 240
- Cody, WY 82414
- (307) 586-5336
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There’s More to Love
Voted #1 Best Western Small Town in a USA Today Reader’s Choice Poll
Western heritage is alive and thriving in Cody, Wyoming, where rodeos take center stage; the town’s unofficial nickname is, after all, the ‘Rodeo Capital of the World.’ Cowboy culture has been deeply rooted in Cody from the start — the city’s namesake is the famous soldier, hunter, and showman, William Frederick Cody, more famously known as Buffalo Bill. He founded the town in 1896.
Today, Cody is famous for its Cody Stampede Rodeo and other events like the Cody Nite Rodeo and the Cody Wild West Days. Western wear is common here — cowboy hats, boots, and even spurs.
Great Schools for the Kids
Students get a well-rounded education in Cody and are engaged in academic studies, as well as extracurricular and social activities.
- Multiple elementary schools provide a solid foundation in core subjects like math, science, language arts, and social studies.
- Cody Middle School focuses on providing a supportive learning environment and helping students transition from elementary to high school.
- Cody High School provides a comprehensive curriculum, including college preparatory courses, vocational programs, and extracurricular activities. The school offers various clubs, sports teams, and performing arts programs to cater to students’ interests.
The Trifecta of Outdoor Destinations
This region of Wyoming is an outdoor lover’s paradise brimming with places to hike, camp, hunt, fish, ski, and so much more.
Yellowstone National Park
Cody is a gateway town to the iconic Yellowstone National Park, which has more geysers and hot springs than any other place on Earth, including its most famous geyser, Old Faithful. The park also has abundant wildlife, including bears, wolves, bison, elk, and antelope.
Shoshone National Forest
The adventures are endless in the nearly 2.5 million acres of the Shoshone National Forest. Scenic byways, campgrounds, picnic sites, and 1,300 miles of trails give you access to amazing scenery — everything from sagebrush flats to rugged mountains and crystal-blue alpine lakes.
The Bighorn Mountains
Not far from Cody are the grass prairies, evergreen forests, mountain meadows, alpine peaks, deep canyons, and cascading waterfalls of the Bighorn Mountains, the sister range of the Rocky Mountains. Bighorn is considered one of the wildest frontiers in Wyoming.
No Shortage of Community Spirit
Cody, Wyoming, is known for its friendly people and welcoming atmosphere. The community is close-knit and supportive, with a strong focus on preserving the town’s Western heritage and history. Local businesses and organizations are well-supported, and folks who call this small town home take pride in where they live.