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Dick_B

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If it was me I would do a Google search for `Nebraska tourism' and read what is recommended; ditto search for `Nebraska campgrounds' or check your campground directory. Don't have one! Why not?


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Dick_B wrote:

If it was me I would do a Google search for `Nebraska tourism'
Tell 'em again Dick! Not confident OP is coming back.

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Places to see in Nebraska...let me ponder this.


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I really liked The Nebraska NATIONAL Forest, Bessey Recreation Complex Campground at Halsey. I stayed there the night of the solar eclipse. It was full, I got the last space. Nice place with good walking trails, just off of NE highway 2. Site fee was $11 in 2017. New showers, real nice. It is America's only HAND PLANTED forest! They started planting trees on the sand hills in the 1930's.

A couple of miles east of downtown Chadron on US 20 is the Museum of the Fur Trade......

https://www.furtrade.org/

Well worth a couple of hours of your time.

If you go down to Alliance to pick up highway 2, stop at Carhinge, for a few moments and pay homage to the American automobile.

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Take time to visit the Arch over I-80 near Kearney if you are at all interested in history. It tells the story of the settling of the west, from the Oregon Trail days to the building of the Interstate System in a very high-tech, hands-on multi-media way.

Especially good if you have kids. I taught 5th and 6th grade Social Studies for years. Would have loved to have been able to take my students to it for a field trip each year. Very well done. Plan on an hour or two.


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Pine Grove RV park right off I-80 between Lincoln and Omaha is a nice place to stay, been there twice. Lots of things within a short drive time from there. The SAC museum is one exit down to the east on 80, and south of that is a wildlife refuge with Bison and bears and wolves. Omaha has a really great zoo too that you need 2 days to see it all, and I highly recommend eating at King Kongs across the street from the zoo. There is also an old railroad terminal that is a museum, really nice place to visit to learn about that areas railroading during it's heyday.

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