Cody Park

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Cody Park

Nebraska

(308) 535-6724

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Things To Do

Auto/Motorcycle
Camping
Picnicking
RVing
Tennis

Overview

Cody Park is home to a collection of animals, picnic areas and a fine collection of children's rides, including a restored antique carousel with hand carved horses. In addition, this public facility houses the beautiful life-size statue of William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, the display of flags from the tours of the Wild West Show and a collection of railroad locomotives and cars. This 100 acre park has many outstanding features, including: Kiddie rides (seasonal), a Campsite with 40 hard-surfaced camping pads (fee), a 4,000 square feet shelter available for rental, and an animal enclosure with deer, elk, burros, sheep, peafowl, ducks and geese shown in a natural setting. Additionally there is a horseshoe pitching facility with 30 lighted pits; Carpenter Softball Complex with four lighted adult softball diamonds; Eight hard-surfaced, lighted tennis courts used throughout the year; and four restroom facilities located throughout the park, open seasonally. Cody Park has three large playground areas and a Train Display (seasonal). Bill Wood Field is located two blocks west of Highway 83 on 18th Street, and includes a lighted baseball diamond and dressing rooms. The Dowhower Softball Complex, located two blocks west of Highway 83 on 16th Street, includes seven lighted softball diamonds.

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Latitude, Longitude: 41.122574, -100.774317

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(308) 535-6724

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