Genoa City Park

1 nights free, then $10/night. Unlimited tents, 4 trailers
3 blocks So. of NE Hwys 22 & 39 | Genoa, NE | (402) 993-2330

Genoa Redwood Motel

336 N. Elm St, NE Hwy 22 North | Genoa, NE | (402) 993-2817

Council Creek Wildlife Management Area

Has 160 acres with deer, dove, pheasant, quail, rabbit, squirrel and turkey.

It is 6½ miles west and one mile south of town  | Genoa, NE

Headworks Park

Seventeen-acre recreation area with swimming, fishing, camping-unlimited tents, 23 trailers. No water in winter. ATV and dirt bike riding. Biannual NOHVA Jamboree.
51137 North Impala Lane, 6 miles west of Genoa on Highway 22 | Genoa, NE | 402-993-2409

Loup Lands Wildlife Management Area

With 485 acres along the Loup River near the Loup power canal head gates.
It is three miles southwest of town | Genoa, NE

Prairie Wolf Wildlife Management Area

Includes 972 acres, mostly bottomlands along the Loup, with some grasslands and marshes.
A mile south of town on Highway 39 | Genoa, NE

Sunny Hollow Wildlife Management Area

160 acres of mostly grassy uplands, with some wetlands.
Genoa, NE

George Syas Wildlife Management Area

Fronts about a mile and a half of the Loup River. About half of its 917 acres is wooded; the other half is prairie, crops and planted shrubs.
It is two miles south-southeast of Genoa on Highway 39, then 1½ miles east, then 1 mile north | Genoa, NE

U.S. Indian School Interpretive Center

The Genoa U.S. Indian School Foundation purchased the Manual Training building of the school from the town of Genoa, restored it and now operates the facility as the Genoa U.S. Indian School Interpretive Center.
Genoa, NE | (402) 993-6055 or (402) 993-6036

Genoa Historical Museum

402 Willard Avenue | Genoa, NE