Imperial is the county seat and is located near the center of Chase County. The area arts council coordinates a series of professional community concerts each year, and the city hosts the Chase County Fair and annual Art in the Park.
Champion is the site of the Champion Mill, built in 1888, the only water-powered mill still operable in Nebraska, and open for public viewing of its operation by the State Game and Parks Commission. The Chase County Historical Museum displays area historical artifacts.
Wauneta is a vibrant ranching community nestled along the Frenchman River and boasts some of the finest pheasant and deer hunting in the area.
Chase County was organized in 1886, and named for Champion S. Chase, Nebraska's first Attorney General.
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Hunting is one of the many favorite pastimes in Chase County. Abundance of game, including deer, pheasants, and water fowl, make Chase County a great place for the hunter. Chase County also has many well-equipped lodges suitable for hunters any time of the year. DeerImperial, NE Recreation