Cody WY | The Night Life

Enjoy family-friendly restaurants, live music, and special events.

Plan your evening out with a selection of over thirty restaurants in Cody. If you’re in Cody during the summer and enjoy live music, do not miss the patios at the Silver Dollar Bar or at Juniper Market and Bistro. While The Chamberlin and Juniper compete for the most charming patios in Cody, the Irma and the Silver Dollar also offer a laidback atmosphere and a great spot to spend a warm summer evening downtown.

Our favorite places to grab a drink:

Brewgard’s Lounge
Juniper Bar + Market + Bistro
Silver Dollar Bar
The Irma
Chamberlin Inn

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Cody WY | Restaurants & Shopping

As a town of nearly 10,000, Cody has over 58 downtown shopping locations and 38 restaurants.

Cody has over 30 restaurants to choose from when planning your evening out. For brewery fare and for a selection of local Cody beer, check out Pat O’Haras and Millstone Pizza. If you’re in the mood for a steak and classic Wyoming decor, the Proud Cut is not to miss, and the Local is a must should you wish to try locally-sourced food for a special evening in town. If you happen to be in Wyoming during the fall, visit the Taste of Park County event, which gives residents the opportunity to gather for a night with participating restaurants feature their best dishes.


Wyoming Rib & Chop House
Chophouse featuring steaks, baby back ribs, and seafood in a family-friendly atmosphere.

The Local
Serving locally sourced and organic meals for both lunch and dinner, The Local is not to be missed. Menu varies by season.

Pat O’Hara Brewing Company
Cody’s local pub with a cozy atmosphere, beer brewed on site, and delicious Irish food.

Millstone Pizza Company and Brewery
Cody’s sports bar and pizza place – featuring a wide selection of their own beer and pizza as well as a basement arcade.

Rocky Mountain MoJoe
A cozy and conveniently located downtown spot for a great sandwich and cup of coffee.


Two Mossy Oak Properties Agents crossing the Shoshone River on Horseback

Get Outside in Yellowstone Country

Your choices are endless when it comes to recreating in Cody including hiking, biking, climbing, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, snowshoeing, and skiing, just to name a few.

Cody is at the heart of outstanding outdoor recreation – national forests, pristine scenery, and beautiful country. In between the Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains, Cody has of some of the most breathtaking scenery in the country and unspoiled land ideal for the outdoor enthusiast. There truly is something for everyone here, whether you are a fisherman, hunter, or backcountry backpacker. Cody has two main scenic drives: the North Fork and the South Fork of the Shoshone – providing incredible wildlife viewing, hunting opportunities, and even internationally recognized ice climbing.

With Yellowstone in your backyard and 300 days of sunshine every year, you’ll always find something new to explore.

Here at Mossy Oak Properties, we look forward to getting outside and exploring the places we call home. Here are a few of our favorites.

  1. Cedar Mountain | Albeit steep, this hike rewards you at the top with an unbeatable view of both the North Fork and South Fork.
  2. Pahaska Teepee | A wonderful spot for skiing in the winter, these trails are groomed for both classic and skate skiing. Make sure to check it out!
  3. Heart Mountian | This mountain is iconic in Cody, so why not hike to the top and get a bird’s eye view?
  4. Newton Lakes | These lakes are perfect for fishing, kayaking, and paddleboarding during the hot summer months.
  5. Pryor Mountains | Take a trip on the wild side and drive over to the Pryors to see wild horses.

Did You Know? Yellowstone National Park


Living in Cody gives you the opportunity to have Yellowstone National Park as part of your backyard. While the East Gate entrance closes to cars during the winter, cross country skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobilers can still access the park. As a Cody resident, you’ll also be able to visit the park during the first and last few weeks of the regular season, when tourist traffic is low and it feels as if you have the entirety of Yellowstone National Park to yourself. Explore attractions such as Old Faithful, multi-day hikes through gorgeous valleys, and even hot springs such as Boiling River and Firehole River.

Did you Know? Cody, WY

Cody, Wyoming

Americans deeply admired the beauty and wilderness of Wyoming even before the city of Cody was founded. When passing through the area in the 1870s, Col. William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody was struck by the area’s scenery, rich soil, and the spectacular beauty of the Northwest Wyoming and Yellowstone area. The development possibilities in the area prompted Buffalo Bill to then found the city of Cody, Wyoming, with a group of Sheridan businessmen in 1896. Buffalo Bill’s reputation and renown brought attention to Cody and his business influence allowed for much-needed irrigation projects such as the Buffalo Bill Dam and Reservoir. Cody, Yellowstone National Park, and the nearby recreational opportunities continue to attract visitors and new residents worldwide.

Located 52 miles from Yellowstone National Park’s East Entrance and with a population of nearly 10,000, Cody is a thriving year-round residential community with exciting recreational opportunities.

Zip Code: 82414

County: Park

Park County Population: 28,205

Elevation: 5,016’

Land area: 9.28 sq. miles

Cody is located at the Western edge of the Big Horn Basin, beneath the Absaroka Mountains. The notable mountains around Cody are Rattlesnake, Cedar, Heart, and Carter Mountain. The Shoshone River flows between Rattlesnake and Cedar and through town, and is a favorite spot for river rafters, kayakers, and fishermen. The main part of town is separated by three levels, with Cody reaching an elevation of about 5,000 feet.