The Hoodoo Ranch, located between Cody, Wyoming, and Yellowstone National Park, sits on the Greybull River and the South Fork of the Shoshone River. The Hoodoo Ranch adjoins a U.S. national forest immediately east of the Yellowstone National Park.
The Hoodoo Ranch is considered one of the largest historical ranches in Wyoming. It was founded by A.A. Anderson, who was a New York scholar, soldier and artist, as well as a friend of Theodore Roosevelt and Buffalo Bill Cody. It was later expanded by Henry Coe, who was a pioneer doctor in the Dakota Territory and close friend of Theodore Roosevelt.
The Hoodoo 71 is located in southeastern Montana on the Yellowstone River. It is an integral part of the Hoodoo ranching operation.