Bike Ride Across Nebraska
June 2-8, 2019
Tri-city Junk Trail - 2019
May 30- June1
Barbeque Rib Cook-off - 2019
Gordon High School All Class Reunion
July 5th - 7th, 2019
Sheridan County Fair and Rodeo
July 20-27, 2019
Friendly Festival - 2019
August 23-25, 2019
Fun Days - 2019
Aug 31, Sept 1-2, 2019
Willow Tree Festival 2019
September 14 & 15, 2019
Harvest Festival and Car Show
Sept 28, 2019
Rushville Fall Fun Fest
- Bridges to Butes Byway
Northern Sheridan County
Nebraska Highway 20 is designated a State Scenic Byway and crosses the northern portion of Sheridan County. Click the link to see what is offered along this byway.
- Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway
Southern Sheridan County
Nebraska Highway 2 is designated a State Scenic Byway and crosses the southern portion of Sheridan County. Click the link to see what is offered along this byway.
Agate Fossil Beds National Monument
Fossil beds tell the story of this "cultural landscape" in Northwest Nebraska.
American Cancer Society
Join the fight against cancer.
Arthur Bowring Sandhills Ranch State Historical Park
Donated by former U.S. Senator Eve Bowring in memory of her husband, the Bowring Ranch is a living history of early ranch life in Nebraska.
Badlands of South Dakota
In this fascinating terrain of 244,000 acres of eroded buttes and spires lie fossil beds dating over 23 million years old. Stonghold Units, co-managed by the Oglala Sioux Tribe, include Ghost Dance sites of the 1890's.
Black Hills National Forest
Pine Ridge Country of Nebraska lies in the southern most region of this 1.2 million acre densely pine-covered forest. From a distance, the gentle mountainous protrusions appear to be covered in black, hence the name, "Black Hills."
Carhenge, which replicates Stonehenge, consists of the circle of cars, 3 standing trilithons within the circle, the heel stone, slaughter stone, and 2 station stones, and the Aubrey circle, named after Sir John Aubrey who first recognized the earthworks and great stones as a prehistoric temple in 1648. It was not until excavations undertaken in the 1920's that they were found to be holes cut to hold timber uprights. A total of 56 holes were discovered and named the Aubrey Holes in honor of John Aubrey's observation.
The artist of this unique car sculpture, Jim Reinders, experimented with unusual and interesting artistic creations throughout his life. While living in England, he had the opportunity to study the design and purpose of Stonehenge. His desire to copy Stonehenge in physical size and placement came to fruition in the summer of 1987 with the help of many family members.
Chadron State Park
Established in 1921, Chadron State Park is Nebraska's oldest state park and is surrounded by the Nebraska National Forest. Visitors can enjoy many outdoor activities and accommodations in the Park.
Chimney Rock National Historic Site
This geological formation is the most noted landmark of the Orgeon Trail recorded by American West pioneers. The visitor's center includes a museum of western trails exhibits.
City of Gordon
City of Rushville
If you’re looking for a safe, quiet, friendly and inexpensive place to stay while exploring the area, check us out. Many popular attractions are within two hours of Rushville.
Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Near Lakeside and Ellsworth, Nebraska
Characterized by natural grass covered sand dunes, the Refuge is a system of wetlands preserved for migratory waterfowl and bird conservation. Visitor's can enjoy many recreational and eductional activities at the Refuge.
Do you think the Old West was wild? Wait until you see what's happening today in historic Deadwood! Nestled in the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota, a vacation to Deadwood delivers all kinds of fun.
Fort Robinson State Park
West of Crawford
Fort Robinson State Park offers a compelling story of American West history. Surrounded by Pine Ridge scenery, visitors can enjoy many activities including attending live theatical productions perforned in the acclaimed Post Playhouse Theater.
Hay Springs Public Schools
Hay Springs, Nebraska
Journey to Western Nebraska
Places to Go. Things to Do. Places to Stay. in Western Nebraska
Modisett Ball Park
Remodeled in 2014 - Historic Site of Rushville's Home for Baseball. Construction began on the ball park in 1939 with completion and dedication in 1940 before a crowd of 2,500 on opening day.
Mount Rushmore National Park
Carved into a natural rock formation, this incredible gigantic scuplture of four of America's great presidential leaders is located in the heart of the Black Hills. The realistic carvings are mesmerizing!
Museum of the Fur Trade
The Museum of the Fur Trade is world reknowned for its exhibits and interpretion of the American fur-trade story. The museum complex includes the original trading post, reconstructed in 1956, and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Nebraska Scenic Byways
Nebraska Division of Travel and Tourism
Nebraska Life Magazine
The magazine that explores Nebraska!
Nebraska National Register of Historic Places
Northwest Nebraska High Country
Visit Northwest Nebraska High Country for more informatiion about country-style lodging and outdoor activiites in Nebraskas' Pine Ridge Country.
Scottsbluff National Monument
This natural landmark formation preserves the memory of the Oregon Trail emigrants traveling West between the years 1843 and 1869.
Sheridan County Fair & Rodeo
The Sheridan County Fair & Rodeo is a fun-filled week for the whole family.
Sheridan County Historical Society
The Sheridan County Historical Society runs four museums in Sheridan County, Nebraska.
Nebraska Toadstool Park is bit "remote" - but a definite Western Nebraska Badlands "Must See"
Almost 5 miles north of Crawford on Hwy 71, and then about 13 miles west and northwest on a very scenic and well marked, but bumpy, gravel "Toadstool Road" to the Toadstool Geologic Park entrance.
Western Nebraska Tourism Coalition
Entire Western Nebraska
This website provides information on events, happenings, and tourist information for the 20 western Nebraska counties. Use a bit of caution as there are several misleading and erroneous links on the site. Be sure to click on the cover picture of Journey to Western Nebraska magazine. There is some very good and factual information in it, and you can view the entire magazine online for free.
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