Travel Bloggers Visit Fort Cody Trading Post

No visit to North Platte is complete without a stop at the Fort Cody Trading Post! Travelers wanting to hearken back to the days of the Great American Road Trip just can't miss this iconic roadside attraction that has been wowing visitors since the 1950's! Just see what these travel bloggers have to say about it!

Fort Cody Trading Post: More than meets the eye

The Fort Cody Trading Post is special. It has been family owned and operated since 1963. It takes its name from “Buffalo” Bill Cody, who was a longtime resident of North Platte. The store bills itself as “Nebraska’s largest souvenir and western gift store,” and it has the four different pressed-penny designs to back that up.

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Fort Cody Trading Post – North Platte, Nebraska

Fort Cody Trading Post in North Platte, Nebraska is the ultimate tourist trap for those who love roadside attractions and classic Americana

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Incredi-Bill: North Platte, Nebraska's Fort Cody Trading Post

Nothing warms the heart of a bored cross-country roadtrip passenger than a good, old-fashioned politically incorrect tourist trap. Such is the case of the Fort Cody Trading Post, just off Interstate 80 in North Platte, Nebraska.

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Fort Cody is a must in North Platte

Souvenirs and music highlighted our visit to the Fort Cody Trading Post in North Platte.

A giant-sized Buffalo Bill sign welcomes visitors to the largest souvenir store in Nebraska. You can get almost anything you want there – from jewelry to jellies and jams.

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