Adventure and Antiques in Southwest Nebraska
There's so much to experience in Southwest Nebraska, including some stops you may not have been to yet! From antique treasures to fantastic wineries, here are some places to add to your must-visit list.
Little Bluestem is a small cafe serving breakfast, lunch and coffee drinks. There is also variety of in-house baked goods offered.
The Flower Market and Gifts is one of the largest gift and home decor stores in western Nebraska. Shop and browse gift items for men, women and children as well as home decor and holiday items, all while taking in the sights and smells of a full-service flower shop.
This stop includes wonderful antiques displayed in about 20 individual grain bins connected by a boardwalk plus a large barn. It is well worth a visit to these beautiful buildings set in the rolling hills south of North Platte.
The Valley View Inn is a locally owned hotel with a gazebo overlooking the Arrowhead Meadows Golf Course and catch-and-release fishing pond. Enjoy the 1.5-mile walking trail that begins at the hotel and follows along the Medicine Creek. Call and make a reservation!
Named in honor of three Wach brothers who began their life journeys in rural southwestern Nebraska in the late 1880s, this stop shares their pioneering spirit and love of tradition. Visitors can take a tour of the vineyard, chat with the winemaker, relax in the tasting room or enjoy scenic vistas from the patio.
A water lover's paradise, offering a great setting for fishing, boating, waterskiing and winter sports. Set on 1,358 acres, the area provides camping facilities, a swimming beach and concessions.
Second Chapter Brewing is a craft brewery located in Ogallala's former Goodall City Library building. Come to enjoy great beer and great stories in the spacious, renovated taproom, or on the deck.