Harrison Nebraska 69346 (MM 9)
Located in Sioux County
Population in 2012: 249 (0% urban, 100% rural).
Population change since 2000: -10.8%
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Harrison is a town with true-to-life “Old West” flavor and hospitality.
The Sioux County Museum, open during the summer months, consists of four buildings on main street.
At 4,882 feet, Harrison has the highest elevation of any town in Nebraska. If hungry, it is a good place to eat. Harris on boasts a pool, tennis court and park.
From Harrison, tourists can enjoy several circle tours through the canyons as well a to historical markers at Montrose, north of Harrison.
North of town is secluded Gilbert Baker Wildlife Management Area with good camping and fishing.
There’s G.H. Coffee Park, located six miles north and east, along a stream in lovely Sowbelly Canyon.
Harrison is also the community closest to Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, located 22 miles south of Harrison on Highway 29 and offering an in depth look into Nebraska’s prehistoric past.
Fifteen miles north of Harrison is Oglala National Grassland with almost 95,000 acres of prairie grasses providing hunting in season, hiking and nature study in the high country of Western Nebraska.
The Sowbelly Bed and Breakfast Hide-a-way, located 5 miles northeast of Harrison, sits in Sowbelly Canyon.
This secluded, quiet setting features relaxation with a ranch country breakfast, hiking, bird and animal watching.
HARRISON COMMUNITY CLUB, INC. 308-668-2324
Hillside Services, Inc .
(Mon. – Fri. 8Ato 5:30P; Sal. 8AM to 5PM)
SOWBELLY B & B HlDE-A-WAY 308-668-2537
Dining & Gifts
KOUNTRY BASKETS AND CAFE
(Mon. – Sal. 8am to 6::30 pm (Gift Shop & Flowers)
Museum, Camping & Parks
AGATE FOSSIL BEDS NATIONAL MONUMENT
308·668 ·2211 / FAX 308-668-2318
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Sioux County Historical Society & Museum
HERREN BROS. TRUE VALUE HARDWARE
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