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Bassett NE on the Cowboy Trail

Mile marker 124
Population: 743
Elevation: 2333

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Allen’s Pizza Place
109 Clark, Bassett
Bassett City Park
West Hwy 20, Bassett

Bassett Lodge & Range Café
205 Clark St, Bassett
Corral Bar
206 Clark St, Bassett
Cowboy Trail Park
North Main Street, Bassett

G & V's Market
105 West Legnard St, Bassett
Julie’s Drive In
Hwy 20, Bassett

Range Café
205 Clark St, Bassett
Rock County Historical Museum
West Highway 20, Bassett

Rock County Hospital
102 East South Street, Bassett
Rock County Public Library
400 State Street, Bassett
Scott's Place
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Forum Discussions about Bassett

Camping in Bassett - nope
Anonymous from South Carolina on 09/01/2018 09:56 PM:
Just finished riding O'Neill to Bassett with plans to camp in Bassett. The city park had plenty of picnic tables, but no restroom facilities that we could find. The Cowboy Trail park restrooms were locked tight and there were no picnic tables. After great camping options in Neligh and O'Neill, this was quite frustrating.

Cynthya from Salina on 09/02/2018 12:10 AM:
Where did you find The Cowboy Trail in Basset? We never found it. Even stopped and asked local people in town along the trail area and they had -no idea- what we were talking about. We parked at the city park/fair grounds and ride north to the trail. We then went on to Stuart. They have a real nice park for camping.

Robert Hale from Port Matilda, Pennsylvania on 09/13/2018 10:45 AM:
I used the restrooms at the swimming pool. The doors were open, but no water there to flush. Pretty bad conditions. A few portable toilets would help.

Julie on 09/02/2018 09:48 PM:
Anonymous, my husband enjoyed chatting with both of you this morning! What a great adventure you are on! Inspiring. Safe travels!

Julie on 09/02/2018 09:41 PM:
My husband enjoyed chatting with both of you this morning!! Safe travels to you on your great adventure!!

Cynthya from Salina on 03/11/2018 05:05 PM:
This information is a little past due. We rode this section of the trail in August of 2017, however, we rode through a 1/4 mile strip of green thistle weed. You could see a little bare ground, we picked up no stickers, but we were a little unsure. Didn't want to carry bikes across big ditch to highway and it was a ways back to intersection. Weeds are dead now, but new growth maybe coming along.