Cody, Wyoming, was named after Buffalo Bill. It has Wild West attractions like the Buffalo Bill Center, Irma Hotel, Pahaska Tepee Resort, and rodeo.
Bodie, California is a ghost town from the time of the gold rush that has been kept in its old state.
Pioneertown was built in 1946 as a working movie set that looked like the Wild West. Today, its wooden storefronts and small shops bring in tourists.
You can get a taste of the Wild West in Tombstone, Arizona. See the reenactment of the Gunfight at the OK Corral, the Bird Cage Theater, the Boot Hill Graveyard, and other historic places.
Wild West roots, the oldest junior rodeo, a historic area, McFarland State Park, and the Tom Mix Monument.
Explore the history of mining in Virginia City on the iconic Virginia & Truckee Railroad, walk along C Street's western buildings that haven't changed much, and stop in historic saloons.
Deadwood, South Dakota, is a historical gold mining town known for lawlessness and the death of Wild Bill Hickok. There are saloons, casinos, museums, and tours of the area's sights.
Near Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Medora, ND gives you a taste of the Wild West with the Cowboy Hall of Fame, the Medora Musical, and horse trail rides.
The phrase "Get out of Dodge" comes from Dodge City, Kansas, a town in the Wild West. Visit the remains of Fort Dodge and the Boot Hill Museum