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Arapahoe, Nebraska

Known as "the town where the hi-ways meet." Located in south central Nebraska, it is at the intersection of Highways 6/34 and Highway 283. The Arapahoe Indians were honored when their tribal name was given to the first town in Furnas (formerly James) County.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine

Father Henry Davis, a Polish priest that survived a Nazi concentration camp, artfully constructed a shine after World War II. He dedicated the shrine to the Virgin Mary and how she reportedly appeared in 1917 to three young girls outside of Fatima, Portugal.

Arapahoe, NE Shrines

Sculpture of Rachel

Israel's matriarch, Rachel, was heard weeping for her children during the jewish exile and again during Herod'

Arapahoe, NE Arts

Furnas County Museum

Beautiful dishes, old furniture, tools, and clothing of yesteryear.

Arapahoe, NE Museums

Arapahoe Municipal Golf Course

Course Access: Public
Holes: 9
Reserve Advance Tee Times:

Arapahoe, NE Golf Courses

Things to do near Arapahoe, NE

Swanson Reservoir Fishing

The water clarity of the lake has a special appeal for both boaters and anglers. High water years in the early 1980's cut dow...

Allen's Opera House

The opera house was built by Charles Allen in 1906. The concrete block used in its construction was manufactured by local bus...

McCook Army Air Base

McCook Army Air Base, activated April 1, 1943, was one of 11 Army Air Force training bases in Nebraska during World War II. S...