Fort Robinson State Park

3200 US 20
Crawford, NE 69339- Map It
(308) 665-2900

AAA Editor Notes

Fort Robinson State Park is 3 mi. w. at 3200 US 20. The state's largest park, Fort Robinson was established in 1874 to protect the Red Cloud Indian Agency. Oglala Sioux chief Crazy Horse was killed here in 1877. Restored buildings on more than 22,000 acres include barracks and officers' quarters, stables and a blacksmith shop. Hayrack tours and jeep, stagecoach and breakfast rides are offered; shows include mini rodeos and melodramas. A list of daily activities can be obtained at the visitor center. Food is available in summer. Camping is permitted. Time: Allow 3 hours minimum.
$5 per private vehicle. Fees for hayrack tours, jeep rides and stagecoach rides are subject to change; phone ahead for current prices.
Hours: Daily 24 hours, Memorial Day-Labor Day; Mon.-Fri. 8-5, rest of year. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.