This is a great chance for families to see this American tradition. Offered on Thursday and Sunday nights for free and lasting an hour, the rodeo features bucking broncos and cattle roping.
Take some time to explore the Fort Robinson History Centre. From Native Americans through to German prisoners of war, learn all about the extensive history of the area. With a horse-drawn history tour you can also visit some of the historic buildings around the site such as the blacksmith’s shop from 1904 and the prisoner of war camp.
During the summer enjoy some live theatre by Post Playhouse Theatre Company, Nebraska’s most popular theatre troop. During the summer, plays run six nights a week and offer matinees during the day. The theatre is located in the park itself making it convenient if you are staying in Fort Robinson State Park cabins or Fort Robinson State Park hotels.