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Pawnee Prairie


category : Recreation
Pawnee Prairie Pawnee Prairie is one of the few areas left in the state with unbroken sod and is listed as a Wildlife Management Area. You can walk the prairie and take photographs of the natural beauty.


Address: Located 7 miles south of Burchard on Highway 99 at the junction of Highway 8 West.

Come visit us in Pawnee City, Nebraska

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Pawnee County Courthouse

With its location near the Missouri River, an important early transportation link, Pawnee was among the first counties in the state, having been organized in 1856. After two elections in 1856

Pawnee City, NE Historic Courthouses

Pawnee City Historical Society Museum

Come and experience our common heritage at the Pawnee City Historical site. From doctor, dentist, and beauty shop tools to clothing, farm and household items, quilts and furniture, you can view America's history first hand.

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Pawnee City, NE Museums

Pawnee County Bus Tour

Pawnee County has many interesting places to see which are not open except by appointment. There are animals which are of interest but again, are not easy to find except by a motorcoach tour.

Pawnee City, NE Tours

Hempstead House

Among the four houses located in the National Historic Register District in Pawnee City, the large frame dwelling is a good example of the Queen Anne style. Known as the "Hempstead Mansion," the house was built in 1887-88 by E. F. Hempstead, who came to Nebraska from Illinois in 1886

Pawnee City, NE National Register

Prairie Hill Sports Complex

Have you seen a glow in southeastern Nebraska? Prairie hill sports Complex in Pawnee City sets of that glow each and every time those ball field lights are turned on for the ball games. The parking lot is generally full, and kids of all ages are seen with balls and bats in their hands.

Pawnee City, NE Recreation

Things to do Recreation near Pawnee City, NE

John Falter Park

John Falter Park is a memorial saluting former Falls City artist, John Falter, who acquired fame as an illustrator for th...