Calendar of Events

Sep
22
Thu
all-day 32nd Annual Ogallala Indian Summ...
32nd Annual Ogallala Indian Summ...
Sep 22 – Sep 24 all-day
THURSDAY: Beef Chili Cook-Off Little Miss Rendezvous & Mountain Man Contest Parade 4pm / Pep Rally – 4:30pm Theme: “Rock the Rendezvous” Minute to Win It Merchants’ Moonlight Madness Shopping Spree FRIDAY: Quilt Show Show & Dance:[...]
Sep
28
Wed
7:45 am Bird Hikes At Lake Ogallala @ Lake McConaughy Visitors Center
Bird Hikes At Lake Ogallala @ Lake McConaughy Visitors Center
Sep 28 @ 7:45 am – 9:45 am
Bird Hikes At Lake Ogallala @ Lake McConaughy Visitors Center
The Lake McConaughy SRA is offering Bird Walks at Lake Ogallala during September and October.   All ages welcome, walks led by resident naturalist.  Meet at Lake McConaughy Visitors Center by 7:45 a.m. Bring comfortable[...]
Sep
29
Thu
5:00 pm Coffee & Canvas at the Lake @ Lake McConaughy Visitors Center
Coffee & Canvas at the Lake @ Lake McConaughy Visitors Center
Sep 29 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Come out to Lake McConaughy for a night of art and relaxation September 29 and 30, led by new park naturalist, Alison Bleich! Paint from the scenery, paint from various example or come up with[...]
Sep
30
Fri
5:00 pm Cider & Canvas at the Lake @ Lake McConaughy Visitors Center
Cider & Canvas at the Lake @ Lake McConaughy Visitors Center
Sep 30 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Come out to Lake McConaughy for a night of art and relaxation September 29 and 30, led by new park naturalist, Alison Bleich! Paint from the scenery, paint from various example or come up with[...]

Geocaching

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What is geocaching?  It’s a real-world outdoor treasure hunting game. Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using GPS-enabled devices and then share their experiences online.

In your geocaching adventures, be sure and check out the 10 caches placed by the Keith County Visitors Committee.  Just search for “Keith County” at www.geocaching.com.

Keith County’s geocaching trail will lead you from the Thrill of the Hill to the End of the Trail.  You’ll explore historic sites from our pioneer, Texas Trail and Lincoln Highway eras, and discover some unique recreational spots and visitor attractions.  Good luck geocaching!