Neligh NEE-lee is a city and county seat in Antelope County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 1,599 at the 2010 census. Continue reading... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The Best Attractions In Neligh
1. Neligh MillsNeligh Neligh NEE-lee is a city and county seat in Antelope County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 1,599 at the 2010 census. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
2. Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical ParkRoyal The Ashfall Fossil Beds of Antelope County in northeastern Nebraska are rare fossil sites of the type called lagerstätten that, due to extraordinary local conditions, capture a moment in time ecological snapshot in a range of well-preserved fossilized organisms. Ash from a Yellowstone hotspot eruption 10-12 million years ago created these fossilized bone beds. The site is protected as Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park, a 360-acre park that includes a visitor center with interpretive displays and working fossil preparation laboratory, and a protected ongoing excavation site, the Hubbard Rhino Barn, featuring fossil Teleoceras and ancestral horses.The Ashfall Fossil Beds are especially famous for fossils of mammals from the middle Miocene geologic epoch. The Ashfall Fossil Beds are ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
3. National Music MuseumVermillion The National Music Museum: America's Shrine to Music & Center for Study of the History of Musical Instruments is a musical instrument museum in Vermillion, South Dakota, United States. It was founded in 1973 on the campus of the University of South Dakota. The NMM is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and is recognized as A Landmark of American Music by the National Music Council. The NMM's renowned collections, which include more than 15,000 American, European, and non-Western instruments from all cultures and historical periods, are among the world's most inclusive. They include many of the earliest, best preserved, and historically most important instruments known to survive. The quality and scope of the NMM has earned it international recognition. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
4. Lewis and Clark Recreation AreaYankton The Lewis and Clark Recreation Area is a South Dakota State Recreation Area in southeastern South Dakota, United States, near Yankton. The recreation area was established following the construction of Gavins Point Dam by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which created Lewis and Clark Lake, a reservoir on the Missouri River. The recreation area opened to the public in 1966.Three campgrounds are located within the recreation area, called the Yankton Section, Midway Section, and Gavins Point Section - with a total of 418 campsites, along the shores of Lewis and Clark Lake. There are 19 camper cabins. Numerous biking, hiking, equestrian, and nature trails travel along Lewis and Clark Lake and the surrounding bluffs. Several beaches and boat launching facilities can be found along the lakeshore... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
6. Calamus Reservoir State Recreation AreaBurwell Calamus State Recreation Area is a state park in central Nebraska, United States. The recreation area includes and surrounds the Calamus Reservoir. The recreation area is managed by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The 77,000 square miles that make up Nebraska are home to a diverse range of terrain. Unique trails and scenic byways are laced throughout the state. Through the rolling Sandhills, prairies, forests and bluffs the sights and views are spectacular. Our state is also home to many national monuments and a number of historic parks. It’s pretty safe to say, Nebraska is a one-of-a-kind wonder.
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Cash receipts from farm marketings contributed over $15 billion to Nebraska's economy in 2009 and 5 percent of the U.S. total. Every dollar in agricultural exports generates $1.36 in economic activities such as transportation, financing, warehousing, and production. Nebraska's $4.8 billion in agricultural exports translate into $6.5 billion in additional economic activity. The top three agricultural exports in value are soybeans and products, feed grains and products, and live animals and meat. Nebraska had 47,200 farms and ranches during 2009; the average operation consisted of 966 acres (390 ha.); average net income per farm averaged $64,145 during the 2005-2009 period. Nebraska was once called The Great American Desert. State insect is the honeybee. State motto: Equality before the law. The Lied Jungle located in Omaha is the world's largest indoor rain forest. Nebraska has the U.S.'s largest aquifer (underground lake/water supply), the Ogalala aquifer. Nebraska has more miles of river than any other state. The Union Pacific's Bailey Yards, in North Platte, is the largest rail classification complex in the world. Nebraska was the first state to complete its segment of the nations mainline interstate system, a 455 mile stretch of four lane highway. Weeping Water is the nations largest limestone deposit and producer. Music:
Riverside Park - Neligh Nebraska
A popular park and campground in North Western Nebraska. Met a lot of old geezer retirees who may darken my door since many are traveling to some of the locations I have scheduled. The town of Neligh offers compact versions of all the services an RV'r could need. A definite keeper on my route list.
But watch out for the military jets blasting overhead.
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Take some time to exhale, unplug and reconnect with your loved ones and enjoy Nebraska's beautiful skies. Visit Nebraska. Visit Nice. #NebraskaNice
Camp Catron COPE Course
Camp Catron is located in Nebraska City NE. They have tree houses canvas tent and primitive camping. They offer a Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience (C.O.P.E) Course. Where you start on the ground and do team building and trust exercises (not shown) to determine what your group is capable of and will affect what exercises you will do later in the course. You then move onto off the ground (between 1-8 feet) problem solving exercises(not shown). After that you will move onto high adventure activities (between 5-60 feet). Which includes a 40 foot rock wall (not shown), a high log/wire walk about 15 feet high, a zip line 500 feet long 5-40 feet of the ground and a giant high swing about 60 feet off the ground at its release point.