With more than 15,000 people, Scottsbluff is the biggest city in the Nebraska Panhandle and is the 13th biggest city in the state. It is located in Scotts Bluff County. There are several attractions here that you can visit on a bus charter in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.
A bus charter in Scottsbluff, Nebraska allows a group of up to 60 people tour the city.
Riverview Golf & Country Club has 18 holes that measure more than 6,000 yards at the longest tees. It has a par of 70, a course rating of 68.1 and a slope rating of 116. The course was opened in the 1940s. More than three decades later, Scottsbluff Country Club was opened. Architected by Frank Hummel, the 18-hole golf course has a par of 72, a course rating of 72.6 and a slope rating pegged at 124.
Fort Mitchell is a former fort used by the Army in the 1860s. The fort is one of the sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Another building that is on the register is the Midwest Theater, which has modern-style architecture. It was built in the 1940s and designed by Charles D. Strong. Then you have the Fontenelle Apartment House, the only dwelling in the list. It features a bungalow craftsman architecture designed by Gus Appleburg and John Hehnke Otto. The house was built in the 1900s.
Other places on the national register are Interstate Canal Bridge, Knorr-Holden Continuous Corn Plot, Lincoln Hotel, Marquis Opera House, Saddle Club, Scottsbluff Carnegie Library, Tri-State Land Company Headquarters Building, US Post Office-Scottsbluff, and Western Public Service Building. You should also see the Rebecca Winters Grave, which pays tribute the Winters and her family who were one of those pioneers who came to the city to start a new life.
The city is home to close to two dozen parks. Northfield Park, Frank Park and Jaycee Park are ideal for the kids to play in while you rest or have a picnic. Or you can play ball at Lacy Park, swim at Westmoor Park. Other parks in the city include Pioneer Park, Terry Carpenter Park, and Veterans Park.
Be sure visit Scotts Bluff National Monument, which has several trails such as the North Overlook Trail, South Overlook Trail, Oregon Trail Pathway, and the Bike Path.
The North Platte National Wildlife Refuge has more than 5,000 acres of space. You can see the state’s oldest bald eagle nesting site here. You can also go bird watching here, where more than 200 species of birds may be found. The area also has a variety of wildlife that you can view, including bobcats, beavers, white-tailed deer, mule deer and prairie dog.
The Riverside Discovery Center is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The park and zoo has more than 200 animals belonging to more than six dozen species, as well has more than 30 garden spots. Aside from seeing the animals, you can also camp here.
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