Ogallala Area

In the 1870s and 1880s, Ogallala was the end of the trail as cowboys drove herds of longhorns up from Texas to be shipped east on the Union Pacific Railroad. After several long, hard months in the saddle, cowboys were ready for a rip-roaring good time when they reached town.

Adams Bank & Trust Corporate Office

Ogallala Area

308-284-4071

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Americinn by Wyndham

308-284-2266

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Eichner’s Sale and Service

Ogallala Area

308-284-4852

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Keith County Visitor’s Committee

Ogallala Area

308-284-4066

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Ogallala/Keith County Chamber

Ogallala Area
The Ogallala/Keith County Chamber of Commerce serves as the central agency for development of business, industry, the professions, and civic interests in Keith County—performing tasks that no individual can do alone. The Chamber promotes an environment that can maximize your business potential.

308-284-4066

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Ole’s Big Game Steakhouse & Lounge

Paxton Area
Ole’s Big Game Steakhouse began as a bar in downtown Paxton. Through the years, owner Ole Herstedt decorated it with more than 200 big game trophies. Great food and drink accompany the menagerie.

(308) 239-4500

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Open Range Grill

Ogallala Area

308-284-0899

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Quality Inn & Convention Center

Ogallala
You are always welcome at the Quality Inn & Ogallala Conference Center. Our property includes 101 rooms, a large outdoor pool, and a 3000 sq ft conference center to survey our hospitality needs. We are located at Exit 126 Interstate 80, and only 10 miles from beautiful Lake McConaughy.

308-284-3623

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Admirals Cove Resort

Lemoyne

308-355-2102

American Sportsman Retreat

Lewellen

719-330-2124

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Bayside Golf Course

Ogallala Area

Clear Creek Retreat

Lewellen

308-778-9546

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Comfort Inn

Ogallala

308-284-4028

Days Inn

Ogallala

308-284-6365

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Eagle Canyon Hideaway

Ogallala Area
Southwest side of the Lake McConaughy, there’s smooth sailing for horseback travels at the Eagle Canyon Hideaway. Guests can keep trailers or portable corrals, and ride on a gentle dirt road for an 8-mile tour by the lake. Easy-going horses can be rented through Eagle Canyon Horseback Adventures.

Gander Inn B&B

Lewellen

308-778-5616

Holiday Inn Express and South Platte Cabins & Kennels LLC

Ogallala

308-284-2266 or 888-922-3691

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Hunt The Rackett

Lewellen

308-680-2460

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Kingsley Lodge

Ogallala

308-284-2775

Lake McConaughy

Ogallala Area

Boating, Camping, Fishing, Hiking,

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Lake McConaughy Visitor & Water Interpretive Center

Ogallala Area
The Lake McConaughy Visitor/Water Interpretive Center is on the south side of the lake, nine miles north of Ogallala on Highway 61. Nebraska’s first water museum interprets the significance of water to Nebraska’s past, present and future. The center includes an aquarium and 50-seat theater.

Lazy K Motel

Ogallala

308-284-4056

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Lewellen Lodge & Living

Lewellen

308-672-0690

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Marina Landing

Lewellen

308-355-3535 or 888-767-7791

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Mesa View Lodge

Lemoyne

308-355-5000 or 888-568-7620

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Nancy B’s Backyard Bunkhouse

Lewellen

308-778-5408

North Shore Lodge

Lemoyne

308-355-2222

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Otter Creek Lodge

Lewellen

308-355-2372

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Pump & Pantry Motel

Ogallala

308-284-6119

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Rodeway Inn

Ogallala

308-284-2056

Super 8 Motel

Ogallala

308-284-2076

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The Beach House

Keystone

308-762-2892

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Vogls Lodge and Lure

Lemoyne

308-355-2321

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West Wind Golf Club

Ogallala Area

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World’s Smallest Courthouse

Arthur Area
Arthur boasts what is believed to be the world’s smallest courthouse. The 26-by-28-foot white frame building was built a year after Arthur County seceded from McPherson County in 1913. Though it still stands, it was replaced with a larger courthouse in 1961.

(308) 764-2426

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