Established in 1904, Buffalo Bill’s old hunting lodge just outside the eastern entrance to Yellowstone—about 25 miles from both Cody and Yellowstone Lake—isn't in Cody proper, but it is perfect for park visitors looking for a wilderness experience. Pahaska was his Lahota name. It means “long hair” and the décor in the main lodge is just as colorful as its moniker. As for the rooms, they range from motel-basic to a few with such nice amenities as hot tubs and kitchens. Some are set in the lodge, while others are scattered in cabins on the grounds.