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Nebraska State #21 Highway Guide

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Junction: Nebraska State Highway 23
Nebraska State Highway 21 begins at its junction with Nebraska state highway 23 east of Eustis, village in Frontier County, Nebraska, along E Allison street is a park. Community of Farnam, a village in Dawson County, Nebraska, along with Farnam Reservoir. Bellamy Reservoir. Elwood Reservoir. McKenzie Reservoir.
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Access: Schilling Reservoir
Access Road 749 to Schilling Reservoir Number 1, Schilling Reservoir Number 2.
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Access: Dawson Company
Access Road 750 to Dawson Company Road Dam Reservoirs Nos. 1, 2, 8, and 9.
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Access: Lakes
The existence of a bridge over the Johnson Lake, East Midway Lake, Central Midway Lake, West Midway Lake that carries the Nebraska state highwat 21, along with the Gallangher Canyon State Recreation Area. Inlet Bait. Johnson Lake State Recreation Area. Game and Park Commission. Bossung Lake. Johnson Lake Airport. Midway Lake Recreational Grounds.
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Platte River, NE
At this point the bridge that spans the Platte River and carries Nebraska state highway 21, across. Cozad Lake. West Cozad State Wildlife Management Area.
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Intersection: Interstate Highway 80
Interstate Highway 80 Intersect Nebraska state highway 21. Central Platte Valley Historical Marker. West Cozad Lake. East Willow Island State Wildlife Management Area.
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Junction: US Highway 30
Junction of US highway 30 and Nebraska state highway 21 briefly overlaps at this point. Cozad Municipal Airport. Willow Island, unincorporated community in Western Dawson County, Nebraska, near interstate 80 along US highway 30 just between the cities of Cozad and Gothenburg. Fiese Airstrip. Quinn Field. Cozad City Park. Cozad Community Hospital. Muny Park. Candy Care Playground. Robert Henri Museum. Bellamy Ballpark. Frenchy Park.
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Access: Lake
Access to Twin Lake Drive.
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Darr, NE
Community of Darr, Nebraska, an unincorporated community in Dawson County, Nebraska, located along US highway 30 and Nebraska state highway 21 just between Cozad and Lexington.
22.2
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State Wildlife Management Area
Access road 428 which leads to Bittems Call State Wildlife Management Area.
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Access: Airport
Access road 432 to Jim Kelly Field.
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Junction: US Highway 30
At this point, US highway 30 separates Nebraska state highway 21 proceeds to Lexington, Nebraska, city in Dawson County, Nebraska. Overton, Nebraska. Overton Library. Tobin Indian Raid Historical Marker. Arbor Park. Oak Park. Tri County Area Hospital. Plum Creek Park. Kirk Patrick Memorial Park. Lexington Public Library. Pioneer Park.
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Intersection: Nebraska State Highway 40
Nebraska state highway 40 intersect Nebraska highway 21. Hoesel Airport. Community of Eddyville, Nebraska, village in Dawson County, Nebraska. Summer, Nebraska.
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Oconto, NE
Community of Oconto, Nebraska, village in Custer County, Nebraska. Oconto City Park. Oconto Public Library.
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Pressey State Wildlife
Pressey State Wildlife Management Area.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Nebraska South Loop river.
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Access: Lake
Access road to Carothers Lake.
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Intersection: Nebraska State Highway 2 and 92
Nebraska state highway 21 ends at the intersection of Nebraska state highway 2 and 92. Community of Broken Bow, Nebraska, city in Cluster County, Nebraska. Tomahawk Park. South Park. Custer Community Park. Intersection Nebraska state highway 2 and 92, Community of Berwyn, Nebraska, village in Custer County, Nebraska. Merna, NE. Brenizer Library. - Start/Finish of Free Road Map R V Highway Guide - KD10e