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Time spent outdoors will put a smile on your face. These adventures will get you moving while you take in Nebraska’s beautiful scenery.

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Ash Hollow State Historical Park

– Lewellen, 4265 US Highway 26
– 308.778.5651
– Tues-Sun 9am-4pm

When closed, get your stamp at:
The Most Unlikely Place, 205 Main St. in Lewellen, Wed-Sat 9am-2pm.

Attend a Nebraska 150 signature event. Details at: ne150.org.

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Crane Trust Nature & Visitor Center

– Wood River, 9325 South Alda Rd.
– 308.382.1820
– Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Explore the unique tall grass prairie. This native Platte River habitat has gone virtually unchanged for more than a hundred years. Check website for special events.
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Fort Robinson State Park & History Center

– Crawford, 3200 West Highway 20
– 308.665.2900
– Daily 8am-5pm

Explore Pine Ridge scenery, see buffalo and longhorn herds, and experience old west history at the Nebraska State
Historical Society’s History Center.
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Niobrara State Park

– Niobrara, 89261 522 Av.
– 402.857.3373
– Daily 8am-5pm

Experience a wide array of outdoor activities, including horseback trail rides, buffalo cookouts, picnicking, swimming, wildlife watching and more.
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North Fork Outfitting LLC

– Norfolk, Skyview Marina, off 25th Street
– 402.316.0157
– Daily 1-8pm

Passport travelers receive a special rate for 30 mins. of kayaking, paddle boating and stand-up paddle boards. Reservations not required. More activities on website.
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Ponderosa Cyclery + Tour

– Omaha, 4011 Farnam St.
– 402-614-1392
– Tues-Fri 12-8pm; Sat 11am-4pm

Learn about exploring Nebraska on a bike and plan your own adventure. Passport travelers receive a special discount on branded gear. Be sure to explore the Blackstone District.
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Red Willow State Recreation Area

– McCook, 72718 Trail 2
– 308.737.6577
– Daily 8am-5pm

Some of the finest fishing and hunting in the state are found here, as well as excellent facilities for camping, swimming, picnicking and more.
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Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area

– Gering, 210615 Highway 71
– 308.436.3777
– Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 10am-5pm; Sun: Office Closed

Explore 531 acres of the region’s signature rugged topography and evergreen-studded canyons. Visit the family sports education center for archery and more.
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