What is there to see in Nebraska? Nebraska is an outdoor sanctuary for nature and historical enthusiasts. The state is sprinkled with scenic and historical byways making road trips easily navigated and planned. From the 385 Gold Rush byway route to the Lewis & Clark Scenic Byway route, Nebraska rentals are primed for your quick getaway needs.
Hunting anyone? Hunting in Nebraska is as common as cabs in New York City. With over 180,000 acres of public access land, your inner hunter can be let loose on the open prairies on Nebraska. Nebraska has a wide range of hunting opportunities with big game hunting like deer, bighorn sheep, elk and pronghorn antelope to small game like foxes to game birds like pheasant, turkey, duck, goose, quail, grouse, partridge, snipe and woodcock. Fishing is also abundant in Nebraska. There are more than 100 species of fish living in the state’s bodies of water.
Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or weekend getaway escape artist, Nebraska has plenty of places to go.