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You can spend an interesting 1 or 2 hours here. It is a collection of historic buildings (mainly simple wooden ones) some of which have connections with wild west icons of the past. The hideout of the Sundance Kid and a bar where he and...More
It’s hard to believe that almost everything here is a century old. Building after building has western history oozing out of the doors and windows. There’s mountain men cabins, a school, a store and of course a saloon. The Hole in the Wall cabin was...More
We stayed in Cody while visiting Yellowstone Park. We passed the Old Trail Town while heading back to the park, and decided to pay it a visit first.
We arrived early, and had to wait for the gate to open. We were the only ones...More
So we did the tourist thing and visited, which proved to be a good move, with a large number of relocated log cabins which include primitive housing, businesses, stables, better class housing all having survived harsh winters for more than a hundred years, plus some...More
Enjoyed seeing the buildings that would be typical of of the 1880s. Stores, cabins, museum of the Old West, A saloon, school and a lot of weather beaten wagons. A number of graves such as Jeremiah "Liver Eating" Johnson moved there. Robert Redford made a...More
We visited on our way to the Rodeo stadium which is a few hundred yards away and we are glad we stopped here, there’s lots to see and some really historic buildings and exhibits there too. Worth the modest entrance fee.
Old Trail Town is a collection of historic western buildings and artifacts dating from 1879 to 1901. Located at 1831 Demaris Drive in Cody, Wyoming, off the Yellowstone Highway, it was established in 1967 through the efforts of Bob Edgar, an archaeologist and a native...More
I did not see any dogs walking around in the old town. Once again I agree a phone call would probably answer your question. Please don't miss this spot to visit. Hopefully you will find somewhere your puppy dog can stay. We... More
I did not see any dogs walking around in the old town. Once again I agree a phone call would probably answer your question. Please don't miss this spot to visit. Hopefully you will find somewhere your puppy dog can stay. We had our little guy but he stayed at the hotel.