Things to see and do during your visit to the Sandhills Guest House Motel & Atkinson.
Atkinson City Park & Swimming Pool
The Atkinson City Park and Swimming Pool is located on the north side of Highway 20. The pool is open to the public between May & August. Park is open year-round and consists of mulitple play areas, picnic tables, restrooms, covered picnic areas and a parkhouse.
Atkinson-Stuart Country Club
The Atkinson-Stuart Country Club was built by its members in 1971. This semi-private 9 hole golf course is one of the best courses in Nebraska. The course lays out next to scenic Mill Race Park - Lake & Campgrounds. The course is well conditioned and the greens are in excellent shape. Convenient and relaxing, Atkinson-Stuart Country Club is a great place to play.
State Street and Main Street are the most popular routes leading to Atkinson's downtown area. The most common intersection of State & Main is a picturesce corner with beautiful landscaped curbing and trees. Along these 2 streets you can find the right businesses to fit your grocery, hardware, retail, liquor, banking and specialty shopping needs. The downtown area also includes a library, laundromat, auto repair, spa, fitness center, post office, beauty shops, senior center, insurance & much more!
Mill Race Park
Formerly known as Atkinson State Lake & Recreation Area, Mill Race Park received it's name through a community-wide contest that was held after the state "gifted" the site back to the community. Activities include, bird watching (great site for geese), hiking around the lake or on the Bluebird Trail, fishing, animal watching, camping, picnicking and playground. New playground equipment installed! Camping pads complete with electricity and water hookups are available. Public restrooms & new shower house on site.
Sturdevant McKee Museum
Located at 999 S. Main Street in Atkinson, the Sturdevant-McKee Museum is a period-home museum which was placed on the National Historic Site in 1999. Brantly and Ellen Sturdevant moved to Atkinson in 1885 and built the house in 1887, and it remained in the family until it was donated to the Sturdevant-McKee Foundation in 1994. The house is of the Queen Anne style of architecture and is furnished with items from the Sturdevant-McKee families. These furnishings illustrate life in the late 19th and early 20th century.
Looking for some great hunting opportunities? Check out these outfitters we partner with...
B & B Trophy Hunts
Wayne Braun or Tim Braun (402) 925-5151
Game: Buffalo Bulls, Elk, Sika and Fallow Deer, Sheep and Turkey.
Amenities: meals, spot and stalk hunting, transportation, cleaning and/or packaging, guides.
Austin Braun (402) 340-7290
Game: Pheasant, Turkey, Deer, Prairie Chicken, Grouse, Duck, American Buffalo
Amenities: tree stand, guides, cleaning and/or packaging, electricity, hunting dogs, transportation, water.