Cody Motor Lodge

1455 Sheridan Ave. • Cody, WY 82414
Phone: 307-527-6291 • Toll Free: 800-340-2639 • Fax: 307-527-6291

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The Cody Motor Lodge is located in the downtown area at 1455 Sheridan Avenue.

Located in the central business district of Cody, the Cody Motor Lodge offers ample off street parking, laundry facilities, and interior hallway access.

The Cody Motor Lodge is the perfect stop for the weary traveler. Businessmen and families alike will find the spotless, modern, and comfortable facilities just what they are looking for after a long day of driving.

Located on Cody's main street- Sheridan Avenue- the Cody Motor Lodge is within easy walking distance of restaurants, unique shops and central businesses, as well as the Irma Hotel, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and other local attractions, such as river floats and dinner clubs. For the best moderately priced lodging call the Cody Motor Lodge at 1-800-340-CODY.

  • Conveniently located downtown

  • Spacious rooms with cable TV

  • In house laundry facilities

  • Air conditioning and all queen beds

  • About a block from the convention center

  • Open year round

  • Winter plug-ins

  • Special off season rates

  • A businessman's working area

  • All major credit cards accepted

  • Direct dial phones-no fees for local calls

  • Pets welcome

While you are in town be sure to check out all that Cody has to offer, including:

A FREE gunfight at the Irma Hotel June through August, 6 pm nightly (except Sunday). Located at 1192 Sheridan Ave.

Buffalo Bill Historical Center- See the finest and most complete Western museum in the world. Features Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody Firearms Museum, Plains Indian Museum, Whitney Gallery of Western Art and Draper Museum of Natural History.

Cody Nite Rodeo- Enjoy an exciting 7 event rodeo nightly, June through August at 8:30 pm

Whitewater Rafting- Experience an adventure for the whole family through the whitewater in the scenic Shoshone Canyon.

Trail Town- An authentic and historic old Western town unique in its formation of original old buildings dating back to 1875. Also visit the grave of Jeremiah "liver-eating" Johnson.

"It's our job to make your stay in Cody a pleasant and memorable one."

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