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Valparaiso, Nebraska

  • Oak Creek Trailhead

    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 Valparai...
    Oak Creek Trailhead

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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

Valparaiso, NE Trails

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

Valparaiso Library

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

Valparaiso, NE Libraries

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

Things to do near Valparaiso, NE

Bay Hills Golf Course

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7 days...

Ox-Bow Trail

The Ox-Bow Trail started at Nebraska City, went northwest to the Platte River and then southwest to Fort Kearney. The trai...

Southeast Community College

Many Beatrice students who wish to pursue higher education find Southeast Community College's campus a convenient path to ...

Alexandria State Lakes

This scenic area east of Alexandria encompasses 1,769 acres of park and wildlife lands including 47 acres of water. The l...