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Pawnee Plunge Water Park
560 33rd Ave. (Hwy 30 & 81 South)
Columbus, NE 68601

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Directions from the South
Southeast - from Lincoln, NE
  1. I-80 west to Exit #379 - (Highway 15 North)
  2. Highway 15 North to Highway 92 West (turn left)
  3. Highway 92 West to Highway 81 North (turn right)
  4. After crossing the Platte River and Loup River Bridges
  5. You will see the park on the left hand side (inside Pawnee Park West)

Southwest - from Grand Island, NE
  1. I-80 east to Exit #353 - (Highway 81 North)
  2. Highway 81 North to Highway 92 East (turn right)
  3. Highway 92 East to Highway 81 North (turn left)
  4. After crossing the Platte River and Loup River Bridges
  5. You will see the park on the left hand side (inside Pawnee Park West)

Directions from the North

From Norfolk, NE
  1. Highway 81 south to Columbus at Howard Boulevard (2nd traffic light) turn right
  2. Howard Blvd to 33rd Avenue (Highway 81 South)
  3. Right on 33rd Avenue (Highway 81 South) over the viaduct (UP Railroad)
  4. Traffic light at the foot of the viaduct (8th Street) - turn right
  5. Turn left at the next road (behind car wash)
  6. You're now in Pawnee Park continue straight ahead
  7. You will see the park directly in front of you (1/4 mile)

Directions from the East

From Omaha, NE
  1. I-680 exit on West Dodge Road (Highway 6 West)
  2. Continue west to Highway 275 North flow to the right
  3. Continue north/west on Highway 275/64 around Fremont
  4. Go straight at the traffic light intersection of Highway 275 North/Highway 30 West
  5. Stay on Highway 30 West into Columbus
  6. At 33rd Avenue (Highway 81 South) turn left
  7. Continue south over the viaduct (UP Railroad)
  8. Traffic light at the foot of the viaduct (8th Street) - turn right
  9. Turn left at the next road (behind car wash)
  10. You're now in Pawnee Park continue straight ahead
  11. You will see the park directly in front of you (1/4 mile)