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Oak Creek Trailhead

A corridor once used by the Union Pacific Railroad, the Oak Creek Trail is now part of the American Discovery Trail route through Nebraska. The 12 mile swath of crushed limestone begins in Valparaiso and winds through the North Oak Creek Valley to the high ridges at Loma. Offering a unique and breathtaking vista at every curve, Oak Creek Trail continues to Brainard and concludes at a flat plain south of town.


Hikers, bikers, horse riders, and cross-country skiers can all travel Nebraska's recreational trails that serve modern adventurers.



Address: Hwy 79 at Valparaiso

Come visit us in Valparaiso, Nebraska

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Valparaiso Library

The library occupies the building that originally housed the Oak Creek Valley Bank from 1907 to 1980

Valparaiso, NE Libraries

Early Churches

Some of the early churches that are serving Valparaiso are:

Mary A. Johnson Episcopal Church was dedicated in 1881.

Church of Christ was dedicated in October, 1883.

The Baptist Church was built and dedicated about 1885 or 1886.

Saints Mary &

Valparaiso, NE Historic Churches

Monastery

Valparaiso is the home of the inspiring chapel at the monastery of Carmel of Jesus, Mary and Joseph.

While this page is being developed you may view pictures of the monastery at their website listed below.

Valparaiso, NE

Oak Creek Trailhead

A corridor once used by the Union Pacific Railroad, the Oak Creek Trail is now part of the American Discovery Trail route through Nebraska. The 12

Valparaiso, NE Trails

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