LASR.net Homepage




Menu

Pelican Point State Recreation Area


category : Recreation
Pelican Point State Recreation Area

Pelican Point is a 36 acre tract of land adjacent to
the Missouri River. The park offers the only public boat ramp access to the river in the area. The minimum fee campground has 24 pads available for $5.00.


Facilities are primitive, but picnic tables, fire grates, shelters, water and vault toilets are available. Camping is first-come, first-served; stays are limited to 14 days. A valid Nebraska Park Permit is required.



Admission: Group rates only for Boy/Girl Scouts.
Hours: Open year round.
Address: 8 miles east of Tekamah
Phone: (402) 374-1727

Come visit us in Tekamah, Nebraska

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Summit Lake State Recreation Area

Summit is a 190-acre lake with 345 acres of land. While not the jewel it once was, Summit Lake has a sparkling future. Nebraska Game and Parks Commission began draining the 190-acre lake in July 2000. In the spring of 2001

Tekamah, NE Recreation

Pelican Point State Recreation Area

Pelican Point is a 36 acre tract of land adjacent to the Missouri River. The park offers the only public boat ramp access to the river in the area. The minimum fee campground has 24 pads available for $5.00.

Tekamah, NE Recreation

Burt County Museum

The Burt County Museum is located in the E.C. Houston House built for Emsley Clinton Houston. Houston was the owner and founder of the Houston Lumber Company in Tekamah and also served as vice president of the First National Bank of

Tekamah, NE Museums

Carnegie Library

An $8,000 gift more than 85 years ago has resulted in decades of reading enjoyment for citizens of Tekamah and the surrounding area. The building itself, an example of the Renaissance Revival style, is listed on the Nebraska Register of Historic Places

Tekamah, NE Carnegie Libraries

John Henry Stork Log House - NHR

John Henry Stork came to Burt County from Prussia in 1864 and settled on a farm in Arizona Precinct near Tekamah. Stork later built the log house and in September 1871 received his homestead patent from the U.S.

Tekamah, NE National Register

Things to do Recreation near Tekamah, NE