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Nebraska's largest and most historic state park, Fort Robinson was an active military post from 1874 to 1948. Crazy Horse, Walter Reed, Red Cloud, Arthur MacArthur, Dull Knife, General Crook and Doc Middleton are but a few of the colorful characters who played significant parts in carving Fort Robinson's place in western lore. Nearly 22,000 acres of wide open and wild country blend history and natural beauty with abundant recreation opportunities for the whole family. Numerous buildings, including stables, a blacksmith shop, the barracks and the officers' quarters have been renovated. Historical tours are conducted by park guides.

Location: PO Box 392, Highway 20, Crawford Nebraska 69339 Telephone 308-665-2900 Toll Free: 800-603-2937 Fax 308-665-2906

Other Nebraska State Parks nearby:
(Chadron) Chadron State Park
(Crawford) Fort Robinson State Park
(Chadron) Walgren Lake State Recreation Area

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