Nebraska July 28, 2017
You’ll Never Forget A Stay At This Unique Nebraska Lodge
Summer is nearly two-thirds over – have you had a chance to get away and enjoy a little vacation? If the answer is “no,” don’t worry – there’s still plenty of time for a quick weekend getaway, and we have just the place for you.
The Lied Lodge & Conference Center was built by the Arbor Day Foundation and was originally intended to serve as a gathering place for people to discuss environmental concerns and conservation. This beautiful, recently-renovated place still serves as an ambassador for conservation, and is open to the public to enjoy. It's a unique, enchanting place to stay.
When you step inside the lodge, you'll immediately be stunned at the spectacular reception area. The soaring ceilings make this huge space light and airy, and the timber supports, wood-lined ceilings, stone hearth and comfy leather seating gives the space a cozy, natural, and welcoming feel.
The 140 guest rooms at Lied Lodge offer modern furnishings, with a touch of natural beauty. Enjoy comfortable beds, luxury bedding and, in some rooms, Douglas fir timbers and cedar-lined ceilings.
The Olympic-sized pool was also renovated and is open from 6:30 AM to 11 PM. Get some exercise while swimming laps, or just splash around. You'll also enjoy a hot tub and cedar-lined sauna.
DIne in the Timber Dining Room, a gorgeous space that's not only beautiful, but has some amazing food.
The ingredients here are all locally-sourced and incredibly fresh.
Summer evenings are the perfect time to dine on the Sunset Terrace.
The Lied Lodge is part of the 260-acre Arbor Day Farm. Explore the natural wonders here, and learn about the conservation and care of our most precious resources. On the grounds, you'll find...
...an immense greenhouse (which you can tour)...
...and the Arbor Day Farm Tree Adventure, where you can climb up a 50-foot-tall tree house, go for a nature hike, and take home your very own sapling.
During your stay, plan a visit to the Arbor Lodge Mansion. Located in the Arbor Lodge State Historical Park in Nebraska City, the 52-room mansion was built by J. Sterling Morton - the father of Arbor Day. Tour this gorgeous home to learn more about its history, and take a look at the more than 200 varieties of lilacs on the grounds.
The Lied Lodge & Conference Center is located at
2700 Sylvan Road, Nebraska City, NE.
For more information, or to reserve your room, visit the
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