BORED IS NOT IN OUR VOCABULARY...THERE ARE PLENTY OF THINGS TO DO!
Nebraska has a lot to offer! Hunting, golfing, fishing, boating, kayaking, antique shopping, unique cafe's and boutiques, breweries, bison tours, elk tours and much more!
There Are Many Fun Things To Do Near Sargent, Nebraska! Note: From early September through January, bison and elk tours may not be available due to our hunting schedule! Please ask and we'll check our schedule.
It's not all hunting in Sargent, Nebraska. Nearby, there are several golf courses and shops that you can visit if you're not hunting. Be sure to check out Abbott Antiques or get into a game of golf at one of the nearby courses.
Enjoy an exciting and scenic Bison and Elk viewing tour. The Bison and Elk roam near-by and can be seen from the lodge. Tours are taken in SUV's and are a complete adventure for the whole family. Don't forget your camera! You will get once in a lifetime pictures with the largest color variation of Bison in the World!
From Early September through January, tours may not be available due to our hunting schedule. Please ask and we will take a look at the schedule for you.
Tours are $20 per person.
Abbott Antique is one of the most beautiful and well-stocked antique stores in the state of Nebraska. They specialize in famous brand names collectibles and display them on their extravagant oak fixtures. Make sure to visit and find a piece of treasure to bring home with you.
The Happy Jack Chalk Mine is one of the only two underground diatomite mines known to have existed in the United States, and the only one that is open to the public
With more than 6,000 feet of honeycombed caverns, Happy Jack Peak and Chalk Mine features the only publicly accessible chalk room and pillar mine in North America. Today, the mine offers public tours that are both educational and exciting. Happy Jack Chalk Mine is located near Scotia, Nebraska and also includes free hiking trails, picnic areas, scenic views, bird watching and over 150 varieties of native plant life.
TANKING & TUBING
What is river tanking? We simply take plastic water or feeding tanks used for livestock, add some seating, then float you down the river! The Calamus River is great for tanking and tubing as it has a relatively slow current and is shallow enough that all ages can enjoy the experience. Surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the Nebraska Sandhills, you are sure to have a relaxing time.
Calamus Outfitters offers two or four-hour trips. We provide life jackets, push pole and drop-off or pick-up transportation. NOTE: When tanking, someone in your party may need to get out of the tank and guide the tank to the left side of the river to the landing and help get your party safely out of the river.
PERSONAL TUBES, KAYAKS, CANOES
Greater Prairie-Chicken, Sharp-tailed Grouse and More
The Calamus Golf Course has been serving the people of Sargent since 1994 after Ferrall, and Gloria Meeks donated 54 acres of land to build the course. Numerous volunteers donated their time to construct the 9-hole course. Located in Calamus Valley, this golf course is definitely something you don't want to miss.
The Story Behind This House In Nebraska Is Incredibly Unique
When Nebraska pioneers began putting down roots in the area, they found a dearth of materials with which to work. The largely treeless prairie didn’t provide the wood needed to build traditional frame buildings, so the settlers had to get creative with their building materials. For many, that meant using plows to cut up long strips of sod and slicing them into brick-shaped pieces, then using those earthen bricks to build their homes. Most of the original soddies in Nebraska have since been reclaimed by the earth, but this one is still standing strong.
The Ord Golf Club has been an attraction since 1915. Their 9-hole course is fit for all levels of golfers from beginner to advanced. If you want to experience some of the best golfing in the state of Montana, look no further.