From the bloggers at Cheap RV Living:
After I got done with the drive through the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway, I needed a camp near Cody, Wyo., because I had one more scenic drive in the area — the Buffalo Bill Scenic Drive which starts at Cody and heads due west up into the Yellowstone National Park. It’s the last of the five entries into Yellowstone I needed to drive.
I wasn’t familiar with the area at all so I stopped at the BLM Ranger office in Cody and asked about dispersed camping. I explained I wanted to see the tourist attractions in Cody and then drive up the Buffalo Bill Scenic Drive, but I had to have cell and data signal. She said she had just the spot and it was on the Scenic Drive I wanted to take.
I was totally in love with this campsite! I had an amazing views of the lake below me, I was far enough off the road I couldn’t see or hear it and I had a great view of the mountains looming behind me and toward Cody. But best of all, had a great Verizon 4G data signal.
To read the full story of Cheap RV Living’s trip along the Buffalo Bill Scenic Drive, click here.