Managed for hunting productivity – pheasant, quail, and whitetail deer.
57088 832 Rd | Stanton, NE | (402) 439-5400

A 98-acre lake with camping (7 tents, 33 trailers, $5-$14), swimming, horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, hunting and boating. Boats are limited to 5 mph.  Anglers catch largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish, crappie, pike, walleye and northern pike. There is a wheelchair accessible fishing pier. Winter sports include skating and short-slope skiing.
Two miles northwest of Stanton, NE |(402) 371-7313 | www.lenrd.org/recreation/maskenthine.php3

668 acres along the Elkhorn River. The area is mostly wooded, with several oxbow lakes and a stream. Birdwatchers, report many eastern songbirds nesting here and large numbers of geese, ducks, pelicans, cormorants, the occasional trumpter swans and bald eagles in winter on the marshy lakes.
Following Hwy 24, go 1½ miles west of town, then go two miles south, 1½ miles west, then one mile north on a county road.| Stanton, NE

Exhibits Stanton memorabilia, wedding clothes, hats, uniforms and scrapbooks, tools, pictures, an old jail cell, fire equipment, railroad memorabilia and telephone equipment
1006 Ivy Street | Stanton, NE | (402) 439-2208 or (402) 439-5324

9 holes
Rural Route 1 | Stanton, NE | 402-439-2191

The Famous landmark building shown above was built by Storz Brewing, Co., and served as a barrel house, warehouse, feed storage and package store. A portion of academy award winner Alexander Payne’s new movie “Nebraska” was even filmed here!
1004 Ivy Street | Stanton, NE | (402) 439-2264
www.stanton.net/brew.htm