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Planning fun activities for spending time with family and friends? Our calendar has annual events and activities listed from several of Nebraska's parks.
Fourth of July Events at the parks
Fort Robinson - Western & Wildlife Art Show
The Artwork of 26 artists from a five state region will be displayed at the 41st annual Western & Wildlife Art Show July 1-4, at the park's Veterinary Building. The show is FREE and will be on display from 7-9 p.m. on July 1, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on July 2-3, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 4.
July 1 at 6 p.m. the park will be hosting a fried chicken dinner where park goers can meet the artists. Entertainment will be provided. The dinner is $8 for adults and $4 for children.
The art show isn't the only special Fourth of July activity planned at Fort Robinson. The park also plans its annual Fourth of July barbecue near the lodge following the city's morning parade. Bison burgers will be served or folks can enjoy the buffet in the restaurant.
park entry permit is required.
Christmas in July - Christmas Campfire at Indian Cave SP
Campfire Christmas in July
July 26, 2014
Indian Cave State Park
Take in a Craft Fair,
Visit with Santa,
Make Christmas Ornaments, $3
Snow Ball Toss
"Jingle Bell Ride" horse-drawn sleigh rides, with proceeds
from donations benefiting local youth
Visit with Santa
Yule Log Quest.
There will be a
campground decorating competition with a
Yule log campfire / Tin Roof Sundaes, $2
Dick Turpin storytelling and reading of "Elf on the Shelf"
at the amphitheater.
Showing of "Elf on the Shelf" movie
Half-Price youth permit drawing
65296 720 Road Shubert, NE 68437
ngpc.Indian.Cave@nebraska.gov For a full list of are events, please check out the event FLYER.
Looking for Good Camping Spots?
Get your camping gear and fishing poles dusted off and plan to take a friend or family fishing and camping at our Nebraska State Recreation Areas. You will find a wide array of things to see and do. From picnicking and camping under the cottonwoods to boating our many lakes. Modern Camping | Non-Modern Camping
Rock Creek Station Historical Park is having living history re-enactors and educators who will provide a glimpse into the 1860's beginning Saturday, May 24th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This will continue with a monthly Living History day taking place every 3rd Saturday of the month through October.