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North Platte may be known more as a railroad town, but it has a growing network of multi-use trails to its name as well. The Buffalo Bill Trail, and the roadway it parallels, are named for the soldier and showman whose ranch (now museum) was located near North Platter. The path starts on Leota Street, on the edge of a subdivision, and heads south, crossing over the South Platte River. South of the river lies farmland and some scattered housing. The wide, concrete trails attracts a range of users including neighbors walking their dogs and cyclists looking for a gentle five-mile round trip ride. There are benches and water fountains along the trail for those folks needing to refresh before continuing on their journey.
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