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NiceShotSteve wrote a review Aug 2017
Denver76 contributions32 helpful votes
Yes, it's a drive on a gravel road, but the scenery and history make it worth your time. Watch our for the posted signs warning about rattlesnakes (yes, really), but it makes for a good pix. Do not go here when it's raining.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Sandra F wrote a review Jul 2017
Minatare, Nebraska127 contributions39 helpful votes
Our friends took us here on our recent trip. We found it nice to take pictures and thank goodness we didn't see any snakes lurking about.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Beverly K wrote a review Jun 2017
Lincoln159 contributions35 helpful votes
First off; this is on a gravel road all way. But, we found it was worthwhile. We enjoy the Oregon Trail history and wanted to seek this Trading Post out while we were staying in Gering. We got some nice photos of it. There are some grave markers along the way, as well as some old wagon ruts alongside the road. We were happy that we took the time to do this drive, traveling on the same ground the pioneers took!
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Date of experience: June 2017
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han102016 wrote a review Jun 2017
Lincoln, Nebraska245 contributions20 helpful votes
I stopped at the Robidoux Trading Post on my way to Cedar Canyon WMA and Carter Canyon Ranch. I always find it interesting to learn more about the history of the settlers of the American West and this was a quick and easy stop. Definitely worthwhile if you're like quirky roadside stops.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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mdfloyd322 wrote a review Sep 2016
Scottsbluff, Nebraska523 contributions133 helpful votes
This is an interesting old building from one of the several paths for the Oregon Trail. Visitors cannot go inside the building and the metal roof obviously isn't original but the trip to and from through Carter Canyon is gorgeous.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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