Sourced from Wikivoyage. Text is available under the CC-by-SA 3.0 license.Scottsbluff is a town in the Panhandle region of Nebraska, USA. The geological structure that gives the town its name was an important waypoint on the Oregon Trail and is preserved today as a national monument. The town of Gering is 1½ miles (2 km) south.
Western Nebraska Regional Airporthas nonstop service on Great Lakes Airlines to Denver, Alliance, and Chadron.
By carThe town is located along US 26, one of the major routes across the Nebraska Panhandle.
You may also get in by traveling I-80 to exit 22, and then follow Highway 71 up to the area
By shuttle busThe Denver Coach stops at Scottsbluff daily.
Scottsbluff is a small city that has very easy roads to work with. Avoid Avenue I during the 5PM rush hour.
phone: +1 308 436-9700address: 190276 Old Oregon Trail RoadLocated to the southwest of Scottsbluff over the North Platte River, this historical founding site offers breathtaking views.
phone: +1 308 632-4311address: 1707 BroadwayThe downtown legend with stylish shows all year 'round. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
phone: +1 308 632-8881address: 1936 Ave IClose to the Riverside Zoo.
phone: +1 308 630-6236address: 1600 South Beltline (NE-79H)Lions to cats, and everything in between! The riverside zoo also has a splash pool in summer. The only zoo within a radius.
address: 2302 Frontage Road, Suite 5Small mall anchored by Hobby Lobby, Herberger's, and American Cineplex Chain #6.
Rosita's Spanish Restrauntphone: +1 308 632-2429address: 1205 E. Overland Dr"Tex-Mex" restaurant with quesadillas, chips, salsa, and American drinks.
phone: +1 308 632-7510address: 1902 21st AvenueSimple duplex that has free breakfast, indoor pool, with a car rental just behind the hotel. Lodging place is wheelchair accessible.
phone: +1 308 225-5997address: 1901 21st AveA nice duplex hotel with on-site bar.
Agate Fossil Beds National Monumentphone: +1 308 668-2211address: 301 River Road, HarrisonFossils of ancient mammals, Native American history, hiking. There is no camping at the monument, so if you're visiting there, seek lodging in Scottsbluff.
- Chimney Rock National Historic Site - about southeast of Scottsbluff off SR 92.