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Diamond B Trout Resort is located on Big Springs Creek. It offers fishing in 5 spring-fed ponds, paddle boats, hiking, and local attractions. It consists of 3 cottages and a lodge, which can be used for family reunions and large gatherings. All accommodations have a modern home with running water (hot and cold), electricity, air conditioning and electric heat. Local attractions include Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park, which is an active dinosaur fossil dig. Orchard also offers a swimming pool, grocery store, antique shop, and a restaurant.

Location: 86604 513th Avenue, Orchard Nebraska 68764 Telephone Toll Free: 800-974-3002

Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
(Yankton) Comfort Inn
(Norfolk) Days Inn
(Orchard) Diamond B Trout Resort
(Norfolk) Eco-Lux Inn
(O'Neill) Elms Motel
(O'Neill) Golden Hotel

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