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Have a Fun Weekend Adventure on a Charter Bus in McCook, Nebraska

McCook is the seat of Red Willow County and is home to around 7,700 people. Get on a charter bus in McCook, Nebraska and check out the many places you could go to when you visit the city.

A charter bus in McCook, Nebraska can easily transport a large group of people without hassle. Some of the places we recommend are:

Arts & Culture

Visit the McCook Art Guild, which features a small gallery that features the works of local artists. You can find different kinds of art being displayed here, including photographs, watercolor paintings, and even sculpture.

Restaurants & Shopping

Buy from Longnecker Jewelry, which has the reputation of being one of the best in the country. You can also buy from Knowlen & Yates, the Kloset, and other local retailers in the city. Great food is available at the best restaurants in McCook. We recommend that you eat at Mac’s Drive-In, La Cocina Mexican Food Restaurant & Lounge, Fuller’s Family Restaurant, Taste of Texas BBQ, and Sehnert’s Bakery & Bieroc Cafe.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play at the Heritage Hills Golf Course where you can get the best round of golf in the state. The golf course also features a Pro Shop, practice facilities, and the Grill.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The George W. Norris House was built in the 1890s and was home to the former United States senator. It is now operated as the Senator George Norris State Historic Site by the Nebraska State Historical Society. Meanwhile, the Harvey P. Sutton House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright to have prairie school architecture. The house was built in the 1900s. Both houses are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Other places on the register include Doyle Archeological Site, Keystone Hotel, McCook Public-Carnegie Library, McCook YMCA, Red Willow County Courthouse, and Second-Generation Norden Bombsight Vault.

You should also visit the Museum of the High Plains Historical Society, a small museum that features an extensive collection of high plains memorabilia.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out the Red Willow State Recreation Area. If you love the water, then you would love it here. You can fish, go boating, and waterskiing as well as have great winter fun. It has more than 1,300 acres of space that features camping facilities that go for less than $20 for electric.

The city has six parks that altogether have 126 acres of outdoor fun. Check out Barnett Park, which has 45 acres of space and is home to waterfowls that you can observe. It also has fishing facilities and a sand volleyball court. Elk's City Park has a tennis court and football field, as well as a swing set, slides, climbing structures and other play structures. Meanwhile Karrer Park has RV and camp facilities, while Kelley Park is the city's biggest park with two picnic pavilions, playground equipment, swimming pool, and picnic shelters. You can also go to Norris Park and Russell Park.

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