Riding the Ridge
Colorful paint horses and their riders gather each September at Fort Robinson
State Park for the American Paint Horse Association's trail rides at the historic
frontier fort, cavalry remount station and Olympic equestrian training center.
Lake--Both Past and Present
Once known for the Armour and Company Icehouse, Memphis Lake SRA is one of
Nebraska's best secrets. With activities that include camping, fishing, and
hiking, Memphis offers a little something for everyone.
Three Nebraska parks are transforming one of their missions -- to help their
visitors learn -- into attractions through naturalist and outdoor education
Sledding at Mahoney
In winter, Mahoney Park's slopes become slick roller coasters, beckoning
a colorful carnival of sliders and sledders escaping winter's doldrums.
Nebraska Begins -- Indian Cave State Park
Two hundred years ago, bluffs along the Missouri River in southeastern Nebraska
were scantily wooded. With the control of wildfires and little logging, woodlands
lining these bluffs are now the westernmost edge of the eastern deciduous
Show Case: Arbor Lodge
Arbor Lodge, an elegant, 52-room neocolonial mansion, is the centerpiece
of Arbor Lodge State Historical Park in Nebraska City. This gleaming white
residence of J. Sterling Morton and his wife, Caroline, and its acres of
stately oaks, maples, chestnuts and pines stand as monuments to this notable
Nebraskan and his love for trees ...
Atkinson Comes Alive
Re-enactors demonstrating military activities and daily chores bring this
old army post back to life on summer and fall weekends. As the Lewis and
Clark bicentennial approaches in 2004, living historians will also interpret