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Oshkosh Museum
Oshkosh Museum

Museum Features Fossils and Stuffed Bird Collection The museum has the Silverhill Theatre at 501 W. First St., and the Rock School, a century-old stone schoolhouse at 215 W. Avenue G. The museum houses pioneer and Native American artifacts, fossils and a stuffed bird collection of more than 3

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Oshkosh Swimming & Golf
Oshkosh Swimming & Golf

Swim and Play Golf in Oshkosh Other local attractions include the Oshkosh Swimming Pool, 200 E. First St., which offers free swimming in a heated pool; the Oshkosh Country Club, a nine-hole course near the North Platte River, one mile south of town on Highway 27; and the Garden County Museum.&nbs

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Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Enjoy Wildlife at Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge Oshkosh also is a point of departure for Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge, located deep in the remote and beautiful Sandhills Lakes country. The 46,000-acre refuge is 30 miles north of Oshkosh and includes 21 shallow and scenic natura

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Goose Hunting Capital of Nebraska
Goose Hunting Capital of Nebraska

Goose Hunting Capital of Nebraska Summer is the peak season for Western Nebraska tourism, but Oshkosh is also popular in fall. It’s the Goose Hunting Capital of Nebraska.  Several local hunting outfitters accommodate sportsmen from around the world. For more information, contact the O

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