This Old-School Water Park In Nebraska Is The Most Fun You’ve Had In Ages
There’s nothing better than cooling off in a water park on a hot, summer day. There’s an old-school Fremont, NE water park you’ll love! It that will take you right back to your childhood, and it’s the perfect place to make some memories this summer. Take a look, and make plans to visit soon!
To learn more about the Fremont Splash Station, visit the City of Fremont’s website. Have you visited lately? If so, what was your favorite thing here? We’d love to read about your adventures in the comments section below!
If you’re looking for more ways to splash and play this summer, check out this huge inflatable water park.
If you’re still in the mood for more Cornhusker State adventures, take a look at this video:
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Adventures in Nebraska
Where can we find state parks in Nebraska?
- Chadron State Park near Chadron offers fishing, horseback riding, camping, hiking, and more.
- Eugene T. Mahoney State Park in Ashland has an observation tower, paddle-boating, tobogganing, a water park, disc golf, and other activities.
- Fort Robinson State Park in Crawford offers Jeep rides, horseback riding, an indoor pool, and more at this former U.S. Army fort site.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other exciting state parks in Nebraska.
Where can we find scenic drives in Nebraska?
- The 385 Gold Rush Scenic Byway runs through several beautiful small towns as it makes its way between the Colorado and the South Dakota state lines.
- The Bridges to Buttes Byway extends 197 miles and is peppered with stunning beauty all along the way.
- The Lewis & Clark Scenic Byway is named after these two explorers and follows along the Missouri River.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other scenic drives in Nebraska.
Where can we find rivers in Nebraska?
- The Dismal River stretches for over 70 miles from the Ogallala Aquifer to the Middle Loup River.
- The Elkhorn River located in the eastern Sandhills was one of the rivers navigated by explorers Lewis and Clark.
- The Big Blue River was used as a navigational tool by Pony Express Riders as well as Oregon Trail migrants back in the day.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other peaceful rivers in Nebraska.