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Ainsworth NE on the Cowboy Trail


Population: 1862
Elevation: 2526
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Ainsworth Public Library
North Main & Fifth Street, Ainsworth
402-387-2032
Big John’s Restaurant
1110 East 4th, Ainsworth
402-387-0500
Bosselman's Pump and Pantry
109 E. 4th St, Ainsworth
402-387-0400
Brown County Hospital
945 Zero Street, Ainsworth
402-387-2800
D&B Café
202 North Richardson Dr, Ainsworth
402-387-9902
East City Park
E Hwy 20, Ainsworth
402-387-2494
H&R Foods
213 N. Woodward, Ainsworth
402-387-1612
Long Pine State Recreation Area
Long Pine
402-684-2921
Red & White Market
611 E. 4th, Ainsworth
402-387-1450
Rodeway Inn Ainsworth
1124 East 4th St, Ainsworth
402-387-1050
Skinner's Motor Court
215 S. Main, Ainsworth
402-387-2021
Subway
840 E. 4th St, Ainsworth
402-387-1562
Super 8
1025 E 4th Street, Ainsworth

The Depot
233 North Main, Ainsworth
402-387-1201
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Forum Discussions about Ainsworth

Ainsworth
Maynard from Oklahoma City on 10/25/2015 08:18 PM:
Big thorns on the trail about a half mile west of town. However, they are only on the trail in front of the agricultural supply business, about 500'. You can use the highway and bypass them. No other hazards noted between Ainsworth and Johnstown.

 
Cynthya from Salina on 03/11/2018 04:39 PM:
Amen to that. We were advised, by a local, to jump out on the highway at that point, as she had had multiple flats on her bike riding past that area. So glad she shared that information. Yes..the ride between Ainsworth and Lone Pine is a good one.

Ainsworth to Long Pine
Carol from Ainsworth on 09/29/2014 09:11 AM:
Ainsworth to Long Pine is the best 10 miles of the Cowboy Trail because the trail is away from the highway. On my ride I saw horses, cattle, a garter snake, birds and a lonely coyote. The Sandhills start on the south and it is fun to ride the trestle over Pine Creek. It is a fun family ride.

 
Cowboy Ken on 10/17/2014 05:29 PM:
Coming down there to ride your trail tomorrow. I will dominate! It looks like a fine ride.

Ainsworth
Nancy Takes A Hike from Stockbridge MA on 04/23/2014 10:59 PM:
There are LOTS of services in Ainsworth...It's a pretty big town with a city campground in the park, several restaurants and bars, shops, banks, an excellent supermarket, a Bomgaars and two national brand motels. There is even a place to get a latte.

 
Anonymous on 09/29/2014 09:07 AM:
Goodrich ice cream is served at the Subway. Sellers cabin in the city park is worth a visit.