Bancroft Park

Bancroft, Nebraska

Bancroft Park is a campground located in Bancroft. Ford Bella and Susan (Watson) Barber arrived from Maine to homestead in Cuming County in 1874. Their cabin, the first built on Bancroft Township, later became the site of the Village of Bancroft. Six years later, the Barber's deeded 80 acres of their land to the Sioux City & Nebraska Railway in return for an agreement that, in addition to the railroad right-of-way, the company would plot a town. In 1880 a map of the town was recorded in West Point, the county seat.

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S.W. edge of village

Tel: (402) 648-3332

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