Great Information About Grapes & Wine . . . - Nebraska's official nonprofit organization,
The Nebraska Winery and Grape Growers Association - A source for events at wineries and
restauarants all over the country. - The Federal Tax & Trade Bureau. If you're thinking of
starting a winery, you will need to talk to these people.

www. - The Nebraska Liquor Control Commission. If you're
thinking of starting a winery, this is the state organization you need to
Local places to visit!

Big Cottonwood Winery: Our friends and winery neighbors:

Masters Hand Candles & Serendipity Chocolate Factory:
Just South Of Tekamah in the blue building.
Gifts, home-made chocolates & much more!

Too Far North - Located in Fort Calhoun, NE. Sandy & Dane
Kucera are committed to the Nebraska wine industry. THeir
unique tasting room located in historic Fort Calhoun, NE,
allows you to sample wines from Nebraska wineries. Their
gift shop offers unique items including creations from local
When you are visiting Too Far North don't forget to go
across the street and visit the
Washington County Historical Museum
visit their website for more information.

Pheasant Bonanza - Located 3 miles from Silver Hills
Winery in the scenic Loess Hills of eastern Nebraska, is a
premier hunt club and kennel. Here you will find a Nebraska
pheasant hunting experience like no other. Whether you
are looking for an afternoon of clays or a few days to retreat
into nature, it is their pleasure to provide you with an
exciting alternative to the upland gamebird experience.
Learn more about Pheasant bonanza at
When you've finished the shoot, stop by for a glass of
100% Nebraska Wine at Silver Hills!

Pelican Park: Missouri River Access with free boat ramp.
East of Tekamah.

Burt County Museum: 319 North 13th Street, Tekamah, NE
Local Places to Stay!

Nebraska Country Hill Cabins: Call today
and ask for Jennie Hardemann to make your

Decatur River Cabins: Owners, John &
Shiela Maryott. 1 mile South of Decatur.

Summit Lake: Summit Lake is located 4 1/2
miles southwest of Tekamah, Nebraska, in
Burt County. It has approximately 190
surface acres of water. There is a limit on
boating on the lake with a 5 mpg no wake
rule in effect. Catchable populations of
Bass, Bluegill, Carp, Channel Catfish,
Crappie, Northern Pike,Walleye and Wiper.
The lake is best known for its catfishing and
crappie in the summertime and its winter
ice fishing.
Great Resource for things to do &
learn about  in Nebraska. The Lewis &
Clark Scenic Byway Organization!