There’s An Incredible B&B Hiding In The Middle Of The Nebraska Grasslands And You Need To Visit

In northwestern Nebraska, near Crawford, sits the Oglala National Grassland. The huge 94,520-acre area is a perfect example of Nebraska’s breathtaking untamed beauty.

You don’t have to limit yourselves to the activities offered on and by the ranch, however. You’ll be close to some of western Nebraska’s most enchanting attractions, including Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, Toadstool Geologic Park, Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed, Fort Robinson State Park, Chadron State Park, and more.

This historic ranch is definitely something special, and it’s open year-round. Next time you’re looking for a western Nebraska retreat, make this unique B&B your top choice. Learn more, including the ranch’s interesting history, on its website.