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Pine Ridge Sand Hills Lewis and Clark Riverfront Country Trails West Prairie Lakes Pioneer Country Pine Ridge Sand Hills Trails West Pioneer Country Prairie Lakes Riverfront Country Nebraska has 7 different regions for you to plan your travels through. As you click on a region you will be taken to that regions own page. There you will find information specific to that region. Attractions, Historical Interests, State Parks and Lakes, and other Points of Interest are some of the interesting things to view. You will be able to view county and city attractions in these regions through direct links. Start touring the state through the geographic and historical regions below.

Explore Nebraska

Historic Barn

Many historic barns can be found throughout the surrounding area. Built without nails in 1887

Cambridge, NE Historic Barns

McConaughy Camping and Public Use

Martin Bay Probably the most popular area at Lake McConaughy, Martin Bay appeals particularly to anglers, pleasure boaters, water skiers, and sailing enthusiasts. Typical of Lake Mac'

, NE Camping

Battle of Blue Water

This historical marker recounts the largest engagement between United States troops and Native Americans ever fought in Nebraska territory, and one of the 12 largest engagements between Native Americans and the white man. On September 5, 1855, the U. S. Army's 600

Oshkosh, NE Historical Markers


York County Courthouse - NHR

York, Nebraska has been the county seat of York County since its organization in 1870. The first session of the Board of County Commissioners was held in the old pre-emption

York, NE Historic Courthouses


Fort Robinson Museum

Welcome to Fort Robinson, an active U.S. Military post from 1874 - 1948, now a Nebraska State Park. From Crazy Horse to Olympic horsemen, Fort Robinson's history spans seven decades. Crazy Horse, the great Oglala warrior, met his death here in 1877. Thirteen years later, black "buffalo soldiers"

Crawford, NE Museums

St. Martin's Catholic Church

St. Martin's Catholic Church was designed by architect James H. Craddock in the Gothic Revival style and was erected in 1907-8. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Clay Center, NE Historic Churches

Howard County Historical Village

St. Paul's Historical Village consists of seven antique buildings which display a wealth of artifacts from county history. Farwell Danish Lutheran Church - Some of the rich Danish heritage in Howard County is reflected in the Farwell Danish Lutheran Church. At one time, there were 12

St. Paul, NE Museums


Phelps Hotel

The Phelps Hotel is typical of many hotels erected during the late nineteenth century in western Nebraska. The building is Deuel County's oldest hotel, constructed in 1885 by the Edwin A. Phelps family, who were among the first settlers in the Big Springs vicinity.

Chappell, NE Famous Homes

City Parks/Camping

Main City Park - The City Park includes three ballfields, playgrounds, two picnic shelters, dirt bike trail, tennis, basketball, and sand volleyball courts. Campsites with electric hookups rent for $5.00 per night.

Hickman, NE Campgrounds