Souvenir & Gift Shop

Campground

308-631-4700 or 308-631-4478

Campground & Souvenir Shop

Settlers Trading Post is a modern version of an old west trading post that once was a stopping place for Indians, Settlers, and Pioneers back in the 1800's.  


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The campground is open all year.  If you are camping with us in the winter months help is available to winterize your RV to prevent frozen pipes both to your RV and to the campgrounds water lines.


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We're located at the base of Chimney Rock which is a famous landmark mapping just one of the spots on the Oregon Trail in Western Nebraska. This great central location will allow you to visit the many local historical attractions such as:


  • Agate Fossil Beds
  • Fort Robinson
  • Fort Laramie
  • Scottsbluff National Monument
  • Court House and Jail House Rocks
  • Carhenge
  • Frontier Town
  • Numerous museums throughout the valley
  • The campground is open year round.  The souvenir shop is seasonal but we will ship anytime of the year.


While at the campsite, you'll enjoy the natural quiet setting that pioneers once traveled over 150 years ago as they made their way westward to Oregon.  As the pioneers traveled past this amazing formation they described it as "towering to the heavens"

If you're interested in staying please visit the campground page and fill out our easy internet reservation.

If you would like to check out some of our merchandise, please visit the Settlers Trading Post page. 


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Chimney Rock Pioneer Crossing is located at Hwy 92 & CR 75, on the same road you travel to get up to the rock.   From Gering, Nebraska we are 20 miles east on Hwy 92 to CR. 75.  From Bridgeport we are 12 miles west on Hwy 26 which changes into 92 . 


Physical address is 10012 CR 75, Bayard, NE  69334

GPS Coordinates are:   Latitude :  42.159.10 
                                      Longitude:  -103.306.18 


For information about the panhandle visit: www.westnebraska.com
For event information visit; www.VisitNebraska.gov

Oregon Trail Fact:  There is at least 1 unmarked grave every mile along the historic Oregon Trail.