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The Dam Visitors Center tells the harrowing story of how the dam and reservoir were built back in the early 1900's. It was built even before the Hoover Dam and provides water to irrigate the entire Big Horn Basin.
Through the tunnel going West outside of Cody heading to the East gate of Yellowstone you’ll view the dam.
This is a great place to see herds of mule deer & elk as you head to Yellowstone.
We drive along here in early morning and...More
Great museum to go along with amazing feat of construction. Easy to get to, and worth your time.... Exhibits were high level, and viewing windows inside make for a great stop on the way to or from Yellowstone. And then you can go outside to...More
We drove past this on a coach tour in 2017, as it was not on our itinerary thankfully we had the chance to call in our holiday this year. It is a very interesting Dam lots of info on the building and running of it....More
Very interesting sight to see. This huge dam out in the middle of mountains. Had to drive through a long tunnel to get to the dam. A nice visitors center with windows looking down at the dam , which I liked because I am afraid...More
Buffalo Bill Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam on the Shoshone River in northwestern Wyoming, part of the Shoshone Project, which was the successor to several visionary schemes promoted by the famous Wild West figure William "Buffalo Bill" Cody to irrigate the Bighorn Basin and...More
This place is so beautiful! We stopped on our way to Yellowstone and took the little tour on the golf cart. Such a amazing sight! The water is so blue and the view from above the dam is breathtaking! Easy to pull off and take...More
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Construction of Buffalo Bill Dam, six miles west of Cody, Wyoming, was the key that opened about 90,000 acres in northwestern Wyoming to irrigated farming. ... When completed in 1910, Buffalo Bill Dam stood as an engineering... More
Construction of Buffalo Bill Dam, six miles west of Cody, Wyoming, was the key that opened about 90,000 acres in northwestern Wyoming to irrigated farming. ... When completed in 1910, Buffalo Bill Dam stood as an engineering marvel, one of the first concrete arch dams built in the United States.