1716 N. Diers
Grand Island, NE 68803
Phone: (308) 381-8111
Fax: (308) 381-4567
Six-acre water park, four giant slides, wave pool, lazy river ride, zero depth for children, fountains, concession, and patio.
Palmer Site is an important archaeological site near Palmer. It is sometimes referred as the Skidi Pawnee Village and 25-HW-1. It is among the largest discovered Skidi villages in the state. The Skidi were a part of the Pawnee tribe who inhabited the land from 1804 to 1844. It was abandoned after that and rediscovered during the 1930s. It features 145 lodges, artifacts, a burial ground and an uncultivated land. It is said to be the finest examples of Pawnee community in Nebraska.
Ever-changing computerized nightly displays of illuminated water.
Nebraska Softball Hall of Fame. Historical exhibits and displays on Nebraska softball. Highlights teams and players that impacted the sport in Nebraska.
Commemorates one of the cut-offs that merged with the Overland Trail along the Platte River.
This 1907 pavilion is the largest remaining in Nebraska.