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SCOTTSBLUFF


Scotts Bluff Area Visitors Bureau • Brenda Leisy 2930 Old Oregon Trail • Gering • NE • 69341 308-633-1808 • 800-788-9475


www.VisitScottsBluff.combleisy@scottsbluffcounty.org


Airport: Western Nebraska Regional Airport (BFF) Area rooms: 875


Major meeting facilities: Gering Civic Center 308-436-6888


Hampton Inn and Suites 308-635-5200 Trails West Retreat Center 308-632-5705 Scotts Bluff County Fairgrounds 308-623-1828 Attractions:


The Scotts Bluff Area Visitors Bureau is here to serve you. Representing the


Scotts Bluff National Monument, Chimney Rock, Robidoux Pass Trading Post, 4 golf courses,


Legacy of the Plains Museum, Lake Minatare and Lighthouse, Riverside Zoo, Wildcat Hills Nature Center, Historic Midwest Theater, West Nebraska Arts Center, Monument Valley Pathways, Five Rocks Amphitheater, Antique shopping


SIDNEY


Small town values… with BIG TIME Opportunities


Sidney/Cheyenne County CVB • Ramona Joyce 658 Glover Rd • Sidney • NE • 69162 308-254-4030 • 866-545-4030


www.sidneycheyennecountytourism.com cheycotour@aol.com


In 1867, when gold was discovered in the Black Hills, the Sidney-


Area rooms: 775 Attractions:


Boot Hill Cemetery, Fort Sidney Museum Complex, Living Memorial Gardens w/Christmas Box Angel of Hope, Movie Theatre, Bowling, Disc Golf Course, 18-hole Championship Golf Course, Community Center, Shooting Park, Walking/Biking Trail, Public Pool & Tennis courts, Sidney Pond with Gazebos, Cabela’s World Famous Wildlife Display, Pony Express National Monument


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Deadwood Trail was the shortest route to take to the gold fields. Sidney became a major stopping place for people traveling all directions. Sidney was the place to be!


Sidney/Cheyenne County is still the place to be! Our people are our greatest asset. We have events, attractions and activities for the whole family. We have a wide variety of meeting places, caterers, restaurants, and other amenities to meet your needs, as well as activities (some very unique) to make your meetings fun. Sidney has a small town quality that can be appreciated and enjoyed while providing big town amenities that make your meetings a success and your vacations a memorable experience. If you need help with planning, just give us a call or an email. We’ll be happy to help. We look forward to your visit. You’ll be glad you came!


finest multi-function meeting and convention facilities in Western Nebraska, our goal is to make everything from initial planning to the final banquet a pleasant and rewarding experience. A true one-stop shopping experience, we stand ready to assist with local programs, registration assistance, name badges, local information, room blocks, custom itineraries, activities, spouse tours, and recreational opportunities. Contact the Scotts Bluff Area Visitors Bureau for assistance on planning your next business meeting, convention or conference. Scotts Bluff National Monument and Chimney Rock let you know you’re on the original road west just as the half million pioneers who came before you. Take a break from your meetings and Journey---Explore. You are welcome to leave the beaten path and find your own adventure. Hike in history’s footsteps. We truly are “Nebraska Like You’ve Never Seen It” and look forward to proving it.


Relax… let us take care of the details.


Midwest Meetings Guide Book 2015


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