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Lake Hastings Swim, boat, sail, jet-ski, fish, picnic, or enjoy the walking trail. Ball diamond, drinking water, grills, picnic tables, playground, restrooms, shelter, sand volleyball courts. Ice skating is not advised on Lake Hastings due to unstable ice conditions.


Address: N. Edge of Hastings

Come visit us in Hastings, Nebraska

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The Clarke Hotel

When the Clarke Hotel was dedicated in February 1914, it was hailed as a triumph of local initiative. It was designed by architect C.W. Way and built by the John Hamper Company, both of Hastings. Bricks made in Hastings

Hastings, NE National Register

The Burlington Depot

Adams County, and Hastings in particular, are "children of the railroads," having been founded and sustained by rail companies between the 1870s and 1960s. Hastings owes is very existence to an intersection of two

Hastings, NE Railroad History

McCormick Hall

Hastings College opened in September 1882. In April 1883, ground was broken for McCormick Hall, the first building erected on the campus. It was named for reaper inventor, Cyrus McCormick, who made the initial contribution for the building'

Hastings, NE National Register

Softball Hall of Fame

Adjacent to the Smith Softball Complex, the Hall of Fame showcases softball displays and provides information about the Nebraska Amateur Softball Association and Nebraska Softball Foundation. It pays tribute to the individuals,

Hastings, NE Museums

Sandhill Crane Migration

Fossil records reveal the sandhill cranes have been visiting this region for more than nine million years. For five weeks each spring, visitors to the Platte River valley in south-central Nebraska can enjoy the symphony of sounds and dancing rituals of 90 percent of the world'

Hastings, NE Recreation

Things to do Recreation near Hastings, NE

Sutherland State Recreation Area

Lake hosts fishermen, boaters, campers and swimmers. Historical markers recall the trails along the Great Platte River route....