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Abundant wildlife exists along the Republican river, only one mile south of Superior. Canoeing and tubing on the river are popular activities. Hunting is excellent for deer, quail, pheasants, wild turkey, ducks, geese and rabbits. There are 2,200 acres of public hunting area available around the Lovewell Lake reservoir. The area offers outstanding opportunities to view and photograph deer, bald eagles, prairie dogs,and migratory birds, ducks and geese. If you are in search of something more challenging and a bit on the wild side, Cadams Hunt Club has over 5000 acres available for wild bird hunts.


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The Carnegie Building

This Colonial-style building was erected in 1908 by the Ladies Library Association under the Carnegie endowment program. The building is a striking example of Colonial and Dutch Colonial architecture. The Ladies Library Association was founded March 29, 1882. A frame building was erected in 1887

Superior, NE Carnegie Libraries

Historic Downtown Superior

Downtown Superior has been designated a National Historic District. Several of the storefronts have been restored to their original appearance or redecorated to accentuate the Victorian motif. The designated area covers four square blocks and is representative of business districts from 1883

Superior, NE National Register

Lincoln Park - RV Camping

Spacious Lincoln Park has a shaded camping area with cement pads and free hookups for 20 campers, as well as a beautiful botanical garden. A dump station and modern restrooms are also provided, as well as a horseshoe pitching area, sand volleyball, tennis courts, picnic shelters and a children'

Superior, NE RV Parks

Willie's Chapel

Wilfred Miller completed this chapel in 1995. He built it the same size as the "World's Littlest Church" in Festina, Iowa. Everything is authentic and is from historical buildings throughout the area that have been torn down. The steeple is dated 1898 and is from the Presbyterian Church in Nelson;

Superior, NE Historic Churches

Superior Country Club

Superior is proud of its professionally designed nine-hole golf course, with watered greens, fairways and tee boxes. Out-of-town guests are welcome. Green fees are $10.00 for one round or $15.00 for all day. Limited cart rental is available. (Tuesday afternoons are Women'

Superior, NE Golf Courses

Things to do Wildlife Viewing near Superior, NE

Wildlife and Hunting

Abundant wildlife exists along the Republican river, only one mile south of Superior. Canoeing and tubing on the river are po...