Gering is where Scotts Bluff National Monument suddenly appears; where history and the true pioneer spirit are kept alive and well; where treasure-filled museums and outdoor activities of all kinds abound.

Scotts Bluff National Monument
190276 Old Oregon Trail, Gering
308-436-9700

One of the most famous natural landmarks on the Oregon Trail for pioneers making their westward trek.

Five Rocks Amphitheater
2505 D St., Gering
308-436-3693

Five sandstone landmarks are backdrops for outdoor concerts, events and “movies under the stars.”

Hi-Way 92 Raceway Park
East of Gering on Highway 92
308-632-7154

One of only two asphalt racetracks in the entire state, offering Friday night races all summer long.

Legacy of the Plains Museum
2930 Old Oregon Trail, Gering
308-436-1989
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Trace the history of the development of farming and ranching on the High Plains and experience hands-on history of the Oregon Trail at the new Legacy of the Plains Museum campus.

Oregon Trail Days Celebration
1125 J St., Gering
308-436-4457

Nebraska’s oldest continuous celebration featuring parades, food fairs, entertainment, crafts and more.

Robidoux 1851 Trading Post
8 Miles west of Gering on Carter Canyon Road
308-436-6886

Robidoux Trading Post-Welcoming since 1849. The Post is a reconstructed Robidoux Family fur trading post on the original site on Oregon Trail, pioneer graves and eroded trail ruts.

Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area & Nature Center
210615 Highway 71, Gering
308-436-3777

Encompassing 1,094 acres of rugged rock buttes, pine-clad canyons, trails and a variety of wildlife viewing.