Bring coupon into Settlers Trading Post and receive a 50% discount on your wafflecone.
Discount ID: 030213
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.
The Trading Post is constructed of reclaimed lumber from a century old barn that once stood at the base of Chimney Rock.
Today it serves as a stopping place for locals and travelers from all over the world.
Whether you pull in after a long day driving and need a place to stay or if you have already made reservations online for the campground you will need to check in at Settlers Trading Post. Be sure to let the clerk know if you have already made reservations and we get you all settled in for the night.
A 50% deposit for the total number of guests is required at the time the
reservations are made. Amount will be non-refundable after 30 days.
We accept Visa, Master Card and Discover cards for payment.
If you are planning a family reunion, birthday celebration, or anniversary party for that special couple we will cook for your group. If you are in a RV club staying at the campground and would like to have a group cookout, let us know. All you need to do is sit back and relax. We are excited about this addition to our services!
Steaks or burgers will be cooked outside on the open fire along with baked potatoes and salad Enjoy a cup of Cowboy coffee or iced tea.
If you just need a cold one, enjoy a cold beer or a glass of Nebraska wine either inside or outside on the porch.
You will have to try one of our famous Home made wafflecones and ice cream. They are the best.
While inside, pause to enjoy your cone while viewing the Chimney Rock souvenirs and gifts, or sit outside under the porch and take in the amazing view.
We have over 1000 different souvenirs and gifts to choose from for that special person along with coffee, soda, beer, Chimney Rock Wine, popcorn, snacks and ice.
Please check out the photo gallery for online purchase of souvenirs and gifts.
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Oregon Trail Fact: Liquor was in short supply on the trail, thus commanding higher prices for those who wish to partake.