United States: Nebraska Books and Travel Guides

Nebraska : Off the Beaten Path
For travelers looking to avoid crowds, this guide will help them discover the unique "must-see" attractions of the Cornhusker State. Go beyond the usual tourist attractions to discover such hidden treasures as the National Museum of Roller Skating, Jerell's Cattery, or the National Liars Hall of Fame. Whatever you do when you get to Nebraska, get off the interstate-and take this book with you!
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Nebraska Sportsman's Atlas
The atlas includes roads, hotels, motels and attractions plus: wildlife areas; forestry and Forest Service areas; natural and preserve areas; national, state and local park and recreation areas; conservancy districts; public use and public hunting areas; fishing access in streams, rivers, ponds and lakes; types of boats allowed and horsepower limits; boat and canoe access and rental information; shooting and archery ranges; campsite and facility information; golf courses and driving ranges; back packing and hiking trails; bridle trails and equestrian facilities; winter sports facilities such as skiing, sledding, ice skating and snowmobile trails.
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Nebraska Wildlife Viewing Guide
The Nebraska Wildlife Viewing Guide leads you to 68 of the best places to see wildlife in Nebraska. A perfect resource for hikers, campers, sightseers, birders, students, teachers-anyone who cherishes wildlife and treasures encounters with the natural world. Each of the site descriptions tells you what to expect, when to go, and how to get there. Packed with color photos from the photographers of award-winning NEBRASKAland Magazine.
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  Nebraska Atlas & Gazetteer
The Nebraska Atlas & Gazetteer contains 65 pages of full-color topographic maps that include detailed highway and secondary state routes, as well as major forest roads, old railroad grades and trails. The Gazetteer section is an in-depth source of information about interesting places and things to do throughout the state, such as: private campgrounds; museums, amusement parks, cruises and tours; historic sites, trails, monuments, parks and sites; public and private campgrounds, boat access areas and information centers; listings of 37 species of sport fish in Nebraska rivers, lakes, and streams; state parks and recreational areas; listings of 10 species of big game, small game and popular game birds throughout the state; unique natural features; paddling areas; hiking and wildlife viewing areas.
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