ATTRACTIONS

Howard County Historical Village

The Historical Village, located at 1005 Sixth Street consists of six antique buildings — a church, school, store, blacksmith shop, post office, and depot. The village displays a wealth of artifacts from county history. Visit www.historichc.org for more information.

 

 

 

 

Museum of Nebraska Major League Baseball

The Museum of Nebraska Major Untitled_025League Baseball has displays of Nebraska Baseball Hall of Fame players Grover Cleveland Alexander, Wahoo Sam Crawford, Dazzy Vance, Bob Gibson and Richie Ashburn along with other Nebraska players. Call 308.754.5558 for more information.

 

 

 

 

Golf Course

The St. Paul Country Club, a friendly course located at 1118 Inman Rd., is suited to golfers of all abilities. The ground is level and easy to walk, and trees lend character to the course. Call 308.754.4203 for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

Baseball Fields/Softball Fields  

The Grover Cleveland Alexander Ball Field, one of the best in the state, plays host to many American Legion baseball games. Two other fine ball fields hold numerous softball and baseball games. Tennis courts are nearby and the St. Paul “Wildcats” play their football games on the field adjacent to the ball park. These fields are located on the west side of St. Paul, just southwest of the school. Contact 308.754.4005 or 308.754.4483 for more information of St. Paul City Ball Parks.

For Summer Schedules and Results of St Paul Baseball, check out www.stpaulball.com

 

Water Park

Swimming in the new heated outdoor municipal pool is another favorite pastime. The St. Paul Municipal Pool offers Red Cross swim lessons for children and adults, water aerobics, and swim team competitions. The swimming pool is located right next to the city park.

 

 

 

 

City Park

St. Paul’s beautiful city park provides family fun with plenty of exciting playground equipment and ample picnic areas, including three picnic shelters. The park is located right off Howard Avenue in the heart of downtown St. Paul.