Welcome to Fremont & Dodge County, Nebraska, where your next outdoor adventure is at your fingertips
Downtown Fremont is known as the “Antique Capital of Nebraska” for all of its unique antique stores and boutiques
Fremont has many fine hotels, campgrounds and RV parks to suit the taste and needs of every traveler
Come experience why Fremont has been voted “Most Charming Downtown in Nebraska” by USA Today!
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Welcome to Your Outdoor Adventure
Welcome to Fremont and Dodge County, Nebraska, where your next outdoor adventure is at your fingertips. Whether you’re from out-of-state, or local, we’ll make you feel right at home. We have everything from air boat tours, on the Platte River, one of the largest tourism attractions in Nebraska, or shopping and eating in Downtown Fremont, voted the “Most Charming Downtown in Nebraska” by USA Today. Speaking of shopping, Downtown Fremont is also known as Eastern Nebraska’s Antique Capital for all of its unique antique stores and boutiques where you’ll find one of a kind craft and art stores, classic bookstores, and vintage repurposed furniture stores. We have everything for the antique shopper in your family.
Beginning in late spring and the summer months, Dodge County comes to life with 4-H competitions, car shows, and fairs like John C. Fremont Days and the Dodge County Fair held in Scribner, Nebraska. To enjoy these great outdoor activities, you can’t forget to book your stay at one of Fremont’s many fine hotels. Though, if you really want to get rugged, we have several campgrounds and RV parks for you to pitch a tent or camp in style with your camper. If you’re more into the sports scene, Fremont’s YMCA, the largest Y in the United States, consists of an aquatic center with an Olympic-sized pool that hosts swim and diving championships and year-round swimming, an Olympic-sized indoor ice rink, and a suspended, indoor walk/jog track at 1/10th of a mile, which is one of the longest in the country, just to name a few. There are also numerous soccer fields, baseball, and softball fields in Fremont where a lot of youth sports take part in conference games, tournaments, or intermural participation.