Whether you are hunting, fishing or just enjoying the beauty of the valley, there is always something to do in Lynch and the surrounding area.
Activities in Lynch
Volunteer run community theatre
Four lane bowling alley
City park with picnic table & playground equipment
RV Park with electrical hook-ups
The Niobrara River, located five miles south of Lynch, offers scenic beauty with canoeing, tubing and air boating. "Backpacker" magazine named this beautiful river one of the top 10 canoe rivers in the nation. It also has a large variety of fish including catfish, walleye, small and large mouth bass, northern pike and perch.
North of Lynch, a 40 mile stretch of the Missouri River can be seen much the same as Lewis and Clark saw it, with its wide and incredibly clear water that meanders through flat bottoms and high bluffs. The Missouri River offers excellent boating, fishing, canoeing, and other water related activities.
With rolling hills and valleys, the Lynch area attracts a diversity of wildlife. Hunters may find deer, turkey, coyote, pheasant, grouse, prairie chicken, quail, dove, duck and geese. Boyd County is also one of two places in Nebraska where you can hunt elk.
Electrical hook-ups are available at the RV park if you want to be close to the
action. Or you can "rough it" south of Lynch on the Niobrara River where there
is space to camp and also a picnic shelter. Traveling 10 miles north of Lynch
on the Missouri River, you will find a canoe landing with plenty of open space
and atmosphere for overnight camping.
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