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Eastern Nebraska 4-H Center

The Eastern Nebraska 4-H Center is conveniently located just off I-80 between Omaha and Lincoln. Situated in Schramm Park Recreation Area on a bluff overlooking the Platte River, the Center's natural oak/hickory forest and tall-grass prairie provide a pleasant, peaceful environment for any gathering. The Center has capacity for 190 overnight guests. The air-conditioned lodge has a dining room to comfortably seat 200 and ample meeting space including a newly refurbished conference room and several smaller break out areas. The Inspiration Center can seat 40 and multiple outdoor meeting areas are perfect for informal gatherings. Each modern cabin is heated, air-conditioned and has a bathroom with shower. The grounds also contain shooting ranges, challenge courses, recreation courts, and a waterslide.

Focus: Sports, Outdoor Activities
Cost: $40 Per Session

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Overview

The Eastern Nebraska 4-H Center is conveniently located just off I-80 between Omaha and Lincoln. Situated in Schramm Park Recreation Area on a bluff overlooking the Platte River, the Center's natural oak/hickory forest and tall-grass prairie provide a pleasant, peaceful environment for any gathering. The Center has capacity for 190 overnight guests. The air-conditioned lodge has a dining room to comfortably seat 200 and ample meeting space including a newly refurbished conference room and several smaller break out areas. The Inspiration Center can seat 40 and multiple outdoor meeting areas are perfect for informal gatherings. Each modern cabin is heated, air-conditioned and has a bathroom with shower. The grounds also contain shooting ranges, challenge courses, recreation courts, and a waterslide.

Focus

  • Sports
  • Outdoor Activities

Additional Information

Cost

$40 Per Session

Gender

Coeducational

Accreditation

American Camp Association

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