RANDOLPH, "The Good Life" "Located just a half hour northeast of Norfolk, NE, the city of Randolph is ready to WELCOME YOU! With a population of nearly 1,000 and virtually zero crime rate, it is an excellent community in which to live, work and play!" WHAT'S NEW? Randolph is proud to announce development of the Country Club Drive Subdivision with eleven residential building lots!
Randolph Community Golf Course
The golf course, established in 1993, is a 9-hole, 36-par, grass green, country club course, built with funds provided solely by donations. Located at 406 S. Pierce St., the course is owned by the city and operated by the Randolph Golf Board.
For more information, call (402) 337-1405.
Veterans Memorial Park
The 5-acre park, located at the intersection of Fisher and Main Streets, offers playground equipment, double tennis court, picnic facilities, two shelter houses, sand volleyball courts, a football field and track, baseball and softball diamonds, and an outdoor swimming pool. Located by the park is Randolph’s RV Park which offers six pads with water, electricity and dumping station. In addition, Randolph has one roadside park, Lion’s Club Park, located along Highway 20.
Excellent boating and fishing are available at Willow Creek (20 miles southwest), Missouri River (40 miles north), and Lewis & Clark Lake (38 miles north).
A variety of wildlife is plentiful in the area for hunter and sports enthusiasts, with the main attractions being pheasant and deer. A popular attraction is Lewon’s Taxidermy, (402) 337-0077, located at 108 W. Kemp in Randolph. Lewon’s Taxidermy is Nebraska’s largest taxidermy studio and has received state, national, and international awards. Brian Lewon, owner, operates this full-time business giving visitors the opportunity to view his craftsmanship in a large showroom.
Popular events include craft shows and The Randolph Community Fair (annually).
For more information on these events and more, contact the Randolph Community Club at (402) 337-1234.
The 14-unit motel, located at 107 E. Highway 20, provides accommodations to visitors.
Contact them at (402) 337-0500.