Park County, Wyoming Weather

North and Central America
Park County is located in the state of Wyoming, United States. It is the ninth-most populous county in Wyoming with a population of 28,205 as of 2019. The county seat and largest town is Cody, which was named after Buffalo Bill Cody. Park County covers an area of 5,379 square miles and has a semi-arid climate with cold winters and warm summers. According to theinternetfaqs.com, the area that now comprises Park County was first explored by French Fur trappers in 1807. The area was later settled in the late 1860s by homesteaders who were attracted to the region's abundant natural resources such as timber, coal, and grazing land for livestock. The town of Cody was established in 1895 by Buffalo Bill Cody who had a vision for creating an ÔÇťAmerican…
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