Places to stay

Unique Lodging

Northwestern Nebraska has many rustic and remote places for you to stay when you visit the most beautiful area of the state.

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Aunt Myrna's Cabin
Down Home Ranch House
Flying Heart Ranch

Aunt Myrna's Cabin

Built by early settlers, this rustic little cabin on the prairie offers all the modern comforts of home. Fully furnished.

Down Home Ranch House

Come stay in our 4 bedroom, 2 bath ranch house . We accommodate 8-10 people comfortably.

Flying Heart Ranch

3000 acre ranch surrounding the visitors cabin and homestead has been operated by the Kadlecek Family since 1890.
Sheep Wagon Hideouts
Our Heritage Guest Ranch B&B
Korkow Ranch pheasant hunting

Sheep Wagon Hideouts

The sheepwagon is a marvel of practicality and efficiency. Our wagons harken back to the early 1900, providing authenticity with comfort.

Our Heritage Guest Ranch

Our Heritage Guest Ranch provides unique recreational experiences on our family ranch that was established in 1887.

Korkow Ranch

Enjoy Korkow Ranch in South Dakota for all your pheasant hunting. Fun for your family or small group.

High Plains Homestead Glampground
Singing Horse Trading Post

High Plains Homestead Glampground & RV Park

Great for family “glamping get-togethers” and group retreats for the day or overnight in the Bunkhouse cabins, or bring your tent or RV.

Singing Horse Trading Post

Singing Horse is lodging in the heart of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation near the Black Hills and the Badlands National Park. We offer a main house, mobile home, and cabins. Breakfast and dining options available.

Western Nebraska hospitality

Some places offer additional activities such as hunting, fishing and horseback riding, and many have horse corrals if you would like to bring your own horses.
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