Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

By Sydney Yalshevec

Board mulls over options to keep Oliver Rec Area clean


Sydney Yalshevec

Oliver Lake

The snow storm in March, that gave Kimball an estimated sixteen inches of snow, also produced a water runoff once the snow melted. This runoff, while it caused some flooding, also filled Oliver Lake. With spring wrapping up and summer around the corner, Oliver Lake is a great place for locals and visitors alike to spend their summer days.

Oliver Lake is 270 acres and sits on 917 acres of land. The grounds include camping grounds, boat ramps and docks, a swimming beach, changing houses, 130 picnic tables, two picnic shelters with electricity, 142 charcoal cooking grills, 75 camping pads and...

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