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Lewellen
Lewellen

  Photo by Stephen R. Jones Windlass Hill at Ash Hollow State Park carries scars from countless wagons that made the steep descent into the North Platte Valley. Abundant water and trees made it a favorite resting place. The park is 1 1/2 miles southeast of Lewellen on Highway 26. The

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Art & 17 Ranch Winery
Art & 17 Ranch Winery

Winery Tour and Art Galleries Near Lake McConaughy Lewellen, at the west end of Lake McConaughy, features The Most Unlikely Place, a 1908 silent movie theater that is now a cafe. The owner roller skates about the maple floor, serving visitors surrounded by high-end art. On that same Main Street y

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Blue Water Battlefield Marker
Blue Water Battlefield Marker

Blue Water Battle Destroyed Lakota Village West of town 1 1/2 miles along Highway 26 is the Blue Water Battlefield marker. It marks the site of an Army raid that destroyed a Lakota village. For more information, contact the Village of Lewellen at (308) 778-5421.

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Ash Hollow State Park
Ash Hollow State Park
Follow in the Wagon Tracks of the Pioneers.

Photo by Steve & Bobbi Olson Modern travelers descend into the North Platte Valley by an easy grade. Pioneers faced a steeper route. To this day, Windlass Hill at Ash Hollow State Park bears the scars from the countless wagons that made the steep descent. Visitors can follow a paved walki

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