We took the North Fork Road (combined US 14, US 16 and US 20) from Cody to Yellowstone. The road goes due west and follows the canyon made by the Shoshone River. The landscapes next to the road were as spectacular as anything we saw inside of Yellowstone. The Shoshone National Forest is west of Yellowstone and we saw at least 8 or 10 campgrounds along the way. We also saw at least a couple of fly fisherman in the Shoshone next to them. At least two campgrounds had motor homes as big as ours so we could fit in there if we ever came back. We’d have to dry camp (they’re just campsites without electricity or water) but the campgrounds were in some incredibly scenic setting so it would be worth it.