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The Most Charming Small Town in Every State

Reader's Digest Logo By Lyn Mettler of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 51: Founded by Buffalo Bill Cody, Cody, Wyoming, is a quirky destination with rock formations with descriptive names like 'Laughing Pig Rock' and the Cody Trolley Tour that tells stories of unsolved murders. It's also a popular home base for those visiting nearby Yellowstone National Park. A must-do is a visit to Old Trail Town, a group of authentic frontier buildings, including the cabin used by Butch Cassidy's Hole-in-the-Wall gang, as well as watching the campy nightly gunfighter show. Next, read on for the 50 American small towns known for the weirdest things.

You'll find the heart of America in these small-town gems lost in time. Add them to your must-visit list now.

© Courtesy Cody Yellowstone Country

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