Stray from the Ordinary
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During the 19th century, Nebraska was a travel hub. People on the east coast were moving west, and a good number of them passed through Nebraska on their way. The Oregon Trail passed through here, as did the Pony Express and the Mormon Trail. While some sections of these trails have been swallowed by the land or developed, others remain. The fact that there are nine scenic and historic byways across Nebraska speaks to the fact that travel was – and is – an important part of the state’s identity.
Although parts of Nebraska are still quite untouched, it is possible to travel through all areas of the state with ease. Interstates take the brunt of the heavy traffic, leaving miles of state highways and country roads open for folks more interested in the journey than the destination.
Perhaps the best way to experience Nebraska is to bicycle through it. Ambitious bikers may well want to ride from one Nebraska lodge to another; but you don’t need to fill your panniers with clothes and have the bicycle be your only form of transportation in order to benefit from this form of travel. Secure bikes to the car and take them with you as you travel throughout the state. Many Nebraska B&B and Unique Lodgings are located off the beaten path, on quiet roads ideal for biking. Others are near state parks that have miles and miles of bike trails. Still others are along established bike trails.
Like in many parts of the country, hundreds of miles of Nebraska railroad tracks have been converted into trails suitable for bicycles. Some of these trails measure only a few miles, while other cover great distances. You can head out for a long ride with a picnic, plan to ride to the closest winery or restaurant, or simply get in a little exercise before you start your day. After all, when staying at a Nebraska lodge, it is worth having appetite enough to appreciate the delicious, homemade breakfasts.
If you are looking for something different for your next vacation, we hope you’ll consider Biking in Nebraska.
Featured Biking Lodgings
Walton (Lincoln), Nebraska
“Making memories that matter in country-quiet comfort.” Just 5 minutes East of Lincoln…spectacular experience, indoors and out! Reunions, weddings, anniversary/birthday parties, or getaway!
Phone: 308 627-2951
Two beautiful lofts in Kearney’s original Masonic Temple built in 1913. The entire building was restored in 2020. Easy walking to restaurants, shopping, bars and The World Theatre. Public parking within a block of the loft. Enjoy our historic downtown.
Nebraska City (Omaha), Nebraska
Relax. Retreat. Renew. From romance to rustic, choose from five bedrooms with private baths! The 1878 home and 6 acres is beautiful in every season! Create your memories and celebrate an anniversary, birthday or girlfriends getaway! Hot tub outdoors, play parlor games or get cozy in your room.
Phone: 402-430-9130 or 402-430-9969
Roca (Lincoln), Nebraska
Our century-old country square is 18 minutes from downtown Lincoln’s Haymarket, State Capitol, and University of Nebraska. Seasonal market and gardens and a winery next door.
Stray from the Ordinary
Find a B&B or Unique Lodging online and look forward to a relaxing stay in Nebraska
Balcony House B&B
Relax in the warmth of old fashioned hospitality away from the hustle of city life. The Balcony House Bed and Breakfast is located in Imperial, Nebraska.
- Home Cooked Breakfast delivered to your room or dining room with guests
- Located near beautiful Enders Lake Recreation Area
Burchell's White Hill Farmhouse Inn
Burchell's White Hill Farmhouse Inn is located northwest of Minden and is Central Nebraska's "Newest" Old Country Inn.
- Quiet Country Charm in the Middle of a Working Farm
- Family Gatherings, Business Meetings, Reunions, Parties, and Weddings