Pine Ridge beckons to those who love a dramatic, mystical landscape with apast to match. The terrain will test the skills of backpackers and hikers of every level. Developed horse trails and camping areas help you meet Mother Nature up close and personal. Study the most fascinating sagas of the Old West, carefully preserved in museums and other attractions.
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Held each year on the second weekend in September, this is a two day, outdoor event in the city park. The festival features a large variety of live professional entertainment on two stages and amateur entertainment on a third stage. Food and craft booths, childrens'Gordon, NE Festivals
Fort Robinson offers several facilities for fun and learning. The Nature Center has Park wildlife displays, hiking trail information, park souvenirs. The Activities Center provides a crafts center, olt-time photo booth, nature center, bicycle rental. The Trailside Museum, NE Visitors Centers
You will be challenged by a tough nine-hole grass greens course, "the best in the west," located on the west edge of town.
Several tournaments are sponsored during the season. Youth activities are important at the club and visitors are always welcome.
Gordon, NE Recreation
From about 1857 to 1876, an Indian "trading post" occupied a site near here. Built by James Bordeaux, the trading station was often attacked and set afire by hostile Crow warriors. Fortunately some friendly Sioux Indians came to the rescue and drove off the attacking Crow.
Crawford, NE Pioneer Life
The 40 foot by 80 foot log building was constructed in 1969 as a testimonial to the rugged western life of the old time cowboys who worked as ranch hands and performed at the Sheridan County Rodeo. Exhibits include an early chuck wagon with over 250Gordon, NE Museums