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NEBRASKAland DAYS

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NEBRASKAland DAYS is a celebration of the state of Nebraska and its heritage. Consisting of parades, art shows, rodeos, concerts, and much, much more, NEBRASKAland DAYS is bar none the largest event in western Nebraska. Throughout the celebration, more than 100,000 people will come to North Platte to take part in the many festivities that this event offers. One can only imagine the efforts required by the individuals who organize an event of this size and amazingly enough, the majority of these individuals are strictly volunteers.

NEBRASKAland DAYS

Address : Various locations around North Platte North Platte NE
Phone : 888-313-5606   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Golf

Northe Platte boasts four unique golf courses that score big with golfers of all abilities. Whatever your handicap, the Northe Platte area has the course for you.

Indian Meadows Golf Course: This is a mature, challenging 9

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Cody Park Railroad Museum

One of the most beautiful sights in North Platte is Cody Park. The Union Pacific Railroad Co. donated and installed steam locomotive UP 3977 in the railroad museum area of Cody Park in 1968

North Platte, NE Museums

Dancing Leaf

One thousand years ago in Southwest Nebraska, there lived small groups of Native Americans known to archeologists as the Upper Republican Culture. These farming people were probably ancestors to the Pawnee Tribe. Some may feel their way

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Buffalo Bill State Historical Park

North Platte was home of the man who made the Wild West world-renowned. No one figure personifies the frontier spirit better than William F. "Buffalo Bill" Coy, the West's most colorful showman, army scout and buffalo hunter.

North Platte, NE State Historical Park

Wild West Memorial

At the entrance of Cody Park, visitors will find the Wild West Memorial. This is near the site of the historic Old Glory Blowout, the first spectator rodeo held in 1882 staged by Buffalo Bill. The Wild West Memorial has been created as a tribute to the father of rodeo - Buffalo Bill Cody.

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