Buffalo Bill
State Park

Buffalo Bill State Park is state-operated, public recreation area surrounding the reservoir formed by the Buffalo Bill Dam, an impoundment of the Shoshone River, in Park County, Wyoming. The state park, reservoir and dam were named after William "Buffalo Bill" Cody, who founded the nearby town of Cody and who owned much of the land now occupied by the reservoir and park. The park's recreational opportunities include camping, hiking, boating, fishing and picnicking.
Also known as “Buffalo Bill Reservoir State Park”
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Formerly Known As "Stinkingwater River"
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Scenic River Flowing Beside North Fork Highway
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Small Boat Launch on Shoshone River
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River and Reservoir Access With One Picnic Table
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Tallest Dam in the World When Constructed in 1910
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Popular Reservoir Outside of Cody
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Former National Monument
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Construction of Buffalo Bill Dam, completed in 1910 six miles west of Cody, Wyom…
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The contact between the Precambrian igneous/metamorphic crystalline rock (2.6 to…
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From atop the dam, views down the Shoshone Canyon with Precambrian igneous and m…
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