Downtown Potter is just a minute’s drive from I-80. Unwind at city parks or at the Reading Garden beside the library downtown. In one of several restored historic buildings, Potter Sundry is an old-fashioned soda fountain serving homemade food and ice cream desserts.
Point of Rocks Motel & RV Park
5 rooms, Wheelchair Accessible, Pets Allowed
Trailers, Tents, Electricity, Water, Sewer, Toilets/Showers
8175 US Hwy 30
Potter NE 69156
Potter Duckpin Bowling/ Lions Club
This newly restored historic bowling alley is believed to be the only one west of the Mississippi River.
P.O. Box 67
Potter NE 69156
Potter Historical Foundation
Potter State Bank
The Potter Sundry is the “Home of the Tin Roof Sundae” – this famous sundae was created at the Sundry back in the 1930’s and named for the tin ceiling in the historic building.
Serving up Breakfast, Lunch and Dessert! Located in historic downtown Potter, NE just a minute off I-80 in West Nebraska
Potter Depot Museum
Three miles east of Potter on U.S. Highway 30, (the Lincoln Highway) is the historic Point of Rocks. The track here is called Buffalo Bend and is the sharpest curve on the Union Pacific line. Lodgepole Creek, which parallels the track, is the longest creek in the world.
City of Potter, Ne golf course for Cheyenne county tourism. golfers take advantage of the beautiful weather to get some golfing in. Cheyenne County Tourism
Prairie Pines Golf Course
Nebraska's only 7 hole golf course. Options of 7 holes or 14. This public golf course provides the challenge of fairway ponds, hills, and native grass.