Scenic Dundy County is known as the “Cornerstone of Nebraska.” Local history is preserved at the One-room Schoolhouse and Cornerstone Museums in Haigler. Highway 34 and Porter Ave. (308) 297-3226.
Anglers hook bass, catfish and perch at Rock Creek Lake State Recreation Area near Parks. Camping, picnicking and non-gas boats are allowed. Trout grow big at Rock Creek State Fish Hatchery. To find the hatchery and lake take Highway 34 to Parks and follow the signs. (308) 423-2080.
Sage Hill Winery is a mile downstream of the lake. The arid climate produces fruit with unique flavors. (308) 423-9463.
The unincorporated community of Max is big on fish fry suppers in November, January and March. (308) 234-2712.
The Dundy County Museum in Benkelman flavors history with its soda fountain. 522 Arapahoe St. (308) 423-5454.
The Dundy County Fair in July features Benkelman’s community-owned carnival. (308) 423-2365.
Learn more by contacting the Dundy County Visitors Committee at (308) 423-2365.