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WAGNER BUNKHOUSE & CABINS

FISHING

Catch-and-release fishing is available for Wagner guests. Our pond has a wide variety of fish to catch. Our catch-and-release system ensures quality fishing for our guests.

PADDLE BOATING

We provide our guests with two paddle boats and a row boat to enjoy on our large pond.

HIKING

Our guests can enjoy hiking around the bunkhouse, pond and North Loup River. 

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HUNTING IN NEBRASKA

Nebraska has a wide variety of hunting opportunities available. Click the link below to learn about hunting in Nebraska, and the permit and stamp requirements.

JUNK JAUNT

The Nebraska Junk Jaunt encompasses 38 towns along the North Loup River and Sandhills Journey Scenic Byways. The event spans nearly 500 miles of garage sales, collectibles, antiques, vintage items, and quirky finds.

CALAMUS RESERVOIR

More than 5,000 acres for fishing, boating and swimming. Sand beaches, 2 modern campgrounds, 2 primitive campgrounds, fish hatchery, and visitor center. The state recreation area also includes to fish cleaning stations with water and disposals, 5 boat ramps and docks from spring to fall. The park is open year-round. 

NEBRASKA'S BIG RODEO

Have fun at Nebraska’s Big Rodeo, established in 1921. The rodeo reflects the western heritage of the town of Burwell. visitors from all over the world migrate to the small town of Burwell in the summer for a one-of-a-kind experience. Burwell is just 8 miles away.

POPCORN DAYS

North Loup Popcorn Days is Nebraska’s longest continuously running festival. In late summer, the Popcorn Days hosts a suite of events including team penning and sorting, kids’ games, men’s slow pitch softball tournament, fun run and walk, carnival, great food from local vendors, a street dance, and the coronation of the Popcorn Queen. 

SCOTIA CHALK MINES

Explore the only publicly accessible chalk room and pillar mine in North America. The Scotia Chalk Mines contain more than 6,000 feet of honeycombed caverns, and a spectacular view of the North Loup Valley. The Scotia Chalk mines are a great place to enjoy a day of exploring, hiking and picnicking. 

ARCADIA FALL FESTIVAL

Enjoy the Arcadia Fall festival in September each year.

BROKEN BOW

Explore historic town of Broken Bow, Nebraska.

FORT HARTSUFF STATE HISTORICAL PARK

Fort Hartsuff was a plains infantry outpost. It stood as a buffer between settlers and Native Americans, and to protect the Pawnee from the war-like Sioux, in the North Loup River Valley from 1874 to 1881.

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