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Enjoy these area attractions:
Great in season hunting and a new sporting clay course.

Lake McConaughy is 50 miles to the west. Enjoy the beautiful white sand beaches, swimming, boating, fishing and all water sports.

North Platte has four challenging golf courses -- 9-hole Indian Meadows, 18-hole Iron Eagle, 18-hole Lake Maloney and the 18-hole North River's Edge Golf Course course.

North Platte is the site of Col. Wm. F. (Buffalo Bill) Cody’s Scouts Rest Ranch, where you can tour Cody’s North Platte home and barn which were built in the 1880’s.

Many artifacts from Cody’s Wild West Show are on display as well as photos, gun collection, uniforms and much more.

Union Pacific Railroad’s Bailey Yards, the largest classification yard in the world. It is a "must see" for the railroad buff, as is the "Challenger" locomotive at Cody Park, also in North Platte.

Hundreds of thousands of servicemen and women who traveled through Nebraska during World War II fondly remember the hospitality of the North Platte Canteen where every troop train was met by volunteers who prepared and served sandwiches, coffee, cookies, cakes and other homemade ‘goodies’ during stops there.

The Canteen and its volunteers are honored at the Lincoln County Historical Museum which also has many other reminders from our proud past; an opportunity to look back in time.

North Platte's 20th Century Veterans Memorial.

Every year in mid-June North Platte hosts the week long Nebraskaland Days celebration. Click on nebraskalanddays.com for more information.

If you are a nature lover, springtime is for the "birds". The Platte river area is a stop-over point for migrating waterfowl -- flocks of geese, ducks and the Sandhill cranes are area visitors during the months of February, March and April. Lake McConaughy has a viewing station to watch bald eagles (middle of January through March).

We are members of Pheasants Forever and support maintaining wildlife habitat.

Visit NorthPlatte.com for upcoming events and information.

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