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Cody Park

Your children will love running around Cody Park. This interactive space has plenty of activities to keep your kids occupied. Take them on the kiddie rides offered in the park, including an antique carousel. Check out the life-size statue of Buffalo Bill. To honor the railroad tradition of North Platte, come see the collection of railroad cars and locomotives. There is also a softball complex, tennis courts, animal enclosure, shelter, campsite, and three large playgrounds. There is no need to worry about the next thing for your kids to do here. Cody Park is a great all-in-one recreation area that will keep any child amused.

Lincoln County Histor

Discover the rich history of the North Platte area at the Lincoln County Historical Museum. This facility educates people about the past in a fun way. Visitors particularly enjoyed the exhibit on the North Platte Canteen in World War II. This display demonstrates the service the locals contributed to the war effort. When the train of military personnel ran through the area, the Canteen offered them relief with food, beverages, and more. Others enjoyed seeing the historic farm buildings in the museum. A unique feature of this place is how close you can get to the exhibits, with no glass between you and history.

Fort Cody Trading Pos

Take a trip to the Wild West at the Fort Cody Trading Post. This gift shop is a unique experience for everyone involved. Take a journey through history as you enjoy a miniature presentation of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, made with 20,000 figurines, all hand carved. Go through their Old West Museum, where you look at old cowboy gear and memorabilia from Buffalo Bill’s time. In the back of the facility are a stockade and jail, as well as a log cabin, wagons, and a two-headed calf. Do not forget the shopping, however, as you browse through Native American crafts, western books, and jewelry.

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