Cody Wyoming is inviting you to put down your cell phone and go enjoy the world.

Turn Off the Phone and Have Some Digital-Free Fun in Cody Yellowstone This Year
Posted by: Park County Travel Council
Posted on: February 2, 2024

This is all about decompressing and resetting the brain.

It's good for you and something we all need from time to time.

With nearly 7,000 square miles of mountains, valleys, and rivers, there’s plenty of room to roam in Cody Yellowstone — and almost all of it has sporadic or non-existent cell service. It is a land of sparse human population — only four residents for every square mile.


Probably the best part of their pitch is when they talk about human-powered adventures where cell service is unlikely.

Some of their suggestions include:

Go Fishing
Try Hiking
Watch Wildlife
Paddle Out on rivers and lakes.
Saddle Up
Go Off Highway
Get Really Remote

If it's hard to turn your phone off and disconnect from the world, don't worry. In some parts of Park County, it's impossible to get cell service. That means all that device will be good for is taking pictures and shooting videos.

It's not just good for adults, but it's wonderful for the kids.

Just think, most of today's kids grew up with a mobile device in their hands. What the heck are they going to do when it's taken from them, or it can't connect anymore?

A whole new world will open up before their eyes.

It might take a little getting used to but they are going to love it.

You'll love reconnecting.

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