The seat of Colfax County, Schuyler is home to more than 6,200 people. The city and the county are named after Schuyler Colfax who was a U.S. vice president. Why don’t you get on a bus rental and charter in Schuyler, Nebraska and pay the city a visit this weekend?
A bus rental and charter in Schuyler, Nebraska can easily accommodate up to 60 people, giving you the chance to have a more memorable and more fun vacation with the people who matter most to you. You can go to the following recommended places:
Check out the movies showing at the Colfax Theatre. Or go to the Schuyler Public Library, where you can get access to books, multimedia materials, periodicals, newspapers and other holdings. The library also serves as venue to several events in the city.
Check out the Burrito House and Pupuseria El Rinconcto, which are considered two of the best restaurants in the city. Then you can head out to Gold Mine Family Restaurant & Gold Digger’s Sports Grill and have fun catching your favorite games while also enjoying great food. There are two Mexican places that you would love in Schuyler: Tortilleria Y Taqueria Bianca and Chona's. Then you should also check out Gene's Restaurant, Ahloo Chinese Cafe and Parkview One Stop. There is also a wide array of retailers owned by the locals here. Check out McClure's Flowers Plus, Variedades La Chiquita, and Maurice's!
Schuyler Golf Club is nine-hole golf course that has more than 3,000 yards of golf at the longest tees, a 36 par, a 34.7 course rating and a 123 slope rating. The course was first opened in the 1930s.
Then you could also check out the various sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For one, there’s the US Post Office in Schuyler, which is one of the 12 state post offices that feature a section of Philip von Saltza’s Wild Horses by Moonlight. Then there’s the John Janecek House, built in the 1880s and features a mix of architectural styles, including a predominantly Queen Anne and vernacular architecture. The Tudor revival Oak Ballroom was built in the 1930s.
Other nationally registered historic sites you could visit include the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church & Cemetery, Schuyler Carnegie Library, and Schuyler City Hall.
One of the things that you should not miss out when visiting the city is a visit to Jim Kluck Memorial Railside Green Arboretum. The area has 2.7 acres of space that used to be a forsaken rail siding. It features dozens and dozens of plants, trees and native grasses.
The city maintains around 155 acres of parklands. That means visitors and residents all have the chance to enjoy the outdoors and recreational facilities such as swimming pools, ball fields, athletic courts, fitness equipment, and access to trails. On top of that, you also have access to the South Park Campground, which is open from April through September.
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