Welcome to Lewis & Clark Scenic Byway
The location of this Byway is US Highway 75 that spans from Nashville, Nebraska (south of Fort Calhoun) to South Sioux city, Nebraska. It encompasses a 40 mile wide corridor that also involves communities to the south, west and north such as Omaha, Sioux City, and towns along nearby highways such as Highway 77 & Old HWY 118.
Travelers will see beautiful vistas of rolling hills, trees, grasses and plants that are native to the Nebraska Loess Hills. Many historical sites and museums display exhibits of the local Nebraska cultures and folklore.
Our Website includes, shops, restaurants, things to see and do, lodging, etc.
Our feature Event this year is a "Scavenger Puzzle Hunt". A self guided Auto Tour where contestants can Hunt for Pieces of a Puzzle and enter a drawing for $500. 2022's Event will start on June 15th and continue until August 15th.
If you are interested in more information or would like to be among those places listed on our website, please go to the contact page.
A few Points of Interest
1. Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center
2. Sergent Floyd Monument
3. Cottonwood Cove
4. Susan LaFlesche Picotte Center
5. Blackbird Scenic Overlook
6. John G. Neihardt Center
7. Lewis and Clark State Park
8. Decatur Museum
9. Golden springs
10. Pelican Point
11. Burt County Museum
12. Summit Lake State Recreation Area
13. Swedish Heritage Museum
14. Boyers Chute Wildlife Refuge
15. Fort Atkinson State Park
16. Washington County Museum
17. Desoto National Wildlife Refuge
“To promote and develop travel and tourism along the Highway 75 corridor
by sharing unique, scenic and historical sites and features resulting in the
economic preservation of our communities.
- Bring more people into the region
- Educate travelers and locals on all there is to do in the area
- Capitalize on Lewis and Clark’s experiences and events
- Preserve rural way of life
- Keep travelers in the area longer
- Target specific interest markets/groups
- Develop existing sites
- Develop new sites