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Wyoming Byway Highway Guide

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Wapiti Valley
Wapiti Valley, near Yellow Stone National Park, on United States Highway #20/16/14, starts the Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway. Noted for the many recreation opportunities along the byway, as well as for its amazing rock formations, and plentiful wildlife. This byway goes around Buffalo Bill Reservoir, known for its excellent trout fishing, and where Buffalo Bill State Park is located. Park amenities include picnicking, windsurfing, camping, and boating.
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Road 68U
Road 68U, crosses the North Fork Shoshone River on to Buffalo Bill State Park, Wyoming
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10.2
Shoshone National Forest
A short Trail in to the Shoshone National Forest
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12.4
Parking/Viewpoint
Roadside Parking/Viewpoint along the Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway, on the banks of the North Fork Shoshone River, near the east entrance to the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, Shoshone National Forest is a vast national forest area in Wyoming and is included in the Yellowstone Timberland Reserve. There are four wilderness areas within the forest.
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12.9
Wapiti Ranger Station
Wapiti Ranger Station, located on North Fork Shoshone River, along the United States Highway #20/16/14, in Shoshone National Forest, is the oldest U.S. Forest Service ranger station in the United States.
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13.7
Sweetwater Creek Road
Sweetwater Creek Road, Sweet Water Creek, Wyoming
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Camping Area
Camping Area on the Clear water Shoshone River, in Shoshone National Forest near the Yellowstone Valley, Wyoming
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Country Route #432
Country Route #432, travels in to the Yellowstone Valley adjacent to Absaroka range, Wyoming
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Fire Fighters Memorial
Fire Fighters Memorial, a memorial located along the Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway in ShoShone National Forest, Wyoming to honor the Fire Fighters of Blackwater Fire of 1937.
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Country Route #448
Country Route #448, North Fork Shoshone River, Sabre Ranch lies north of the Byway
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Country Route #455
Country Route #455, A Campground on the banks of the North Fork Shoshone River just off the Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway, Wyoming
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A Campground
A Campground located on the Byway within Yellow Stone National Park, Wyoming
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A Campground
A Campground just off the Byway, on the North Fork Shoshone River, in Yellow Stone National Park, Wyoming
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Pahaska Teepee
Pahaska Teepee, is a William "Buffalo Bill" Cody?s old hunting lodge and hotel in Wyoming, located along the North Fork of the Shoshone River built by Cody to accommodate tourists visiting Yellowstone.
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Pahaska Campground
Pahaska Campground, located on the North Fork Shoshone River just off the Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway, Wyoming
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East Gate, Yellow Stone
East Gate of Yellow Stone National Park, Wyoming, United States Highway #16/14/20, travels along the North Fork Shoshone River. This is where Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway Ends at.