The Adventures of Buffalo Bill Have you ever floated a cattle tank down a river? Seen the world’s largest rail yard? Gone to a rodeo? Raced a cowboy on a go-kart? Visited the home of one of America’s most interesting men, Buffalo Bill?
Those are just a few of the activities that you’ll find here in North Platte and there’s plenty here to keep anyone entertained.
Find out just what makes North Platte a special place and see the highlights that have received Buffalo Bill’s coveted Buffalo of Approval.

In 2018, the bi-annual Heartland Byways Conference will be teaming up with the Center for Great Plains Studies and the Nebraska Tourism Commission’s Agri/Eco Tourism Conference to bring an unparalleled educational opportunity to attendees. Plains Safaris: A Conference on Tourism and Conservation in the Great Plains will be held April 18-20 in Kearney. The partnership among the three organizations has made it possible to secure a number of impactful speakers, including Michael Forsberg, Joel Sartore, Dean Jacobs and Martha Kauffman, Managing Director, World Wildlife Fund's Northern Great Plains Program. The North Platte / Lincoln County Visitors Bureau is offering up to three $300 scholarships for Lincoln County residents to attend this conference. Attendees should be engaged in or planning some time of ecotourism business. The Scholarship Application can be found here: 2018 Agri Plains Safaris Scholarship. Questions can be directed to Muriel Clark of the North Platte / Lincoln County Visitors Bureau at or 308-532-4729.