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PLAN YOUR TRIP: The Husker Harvest Days site is 6 miles west of Grand Island, Neb., on Husker Highway.

Directions to Husker Harvest Days

To make sure you arrive at your destination, here are the official routes to the event site.

Getting to the Husker Harvest Days show site is simple. The HHD site is 6 miles west of Grand Island, Neb., on Husker Highway.

To make sure you arrive at your destination, here are the official routes to the site:

From the northwest: Take Highway 2 to Cairo and turn right (south) on Highway 11. At Husker Highway, turn left (east) and head to the show site.

From the southwest: Take Interstate 80 east to Exit 300. At the exit ramp, go north on Highway 11. At Husker Highway, turn right (east) and head to the show site.

From the east and southeast: Take I-80 west to Exit 312; turn north on Highway 281. Follow Highway 281 to Highway 30. Turn west on Highway 30 to Husker Highway and turn right on Husker Highway and head to the show site.

From the north and northeast: Take Highway 281 south into Grand Island. At Old Potash Highway, turn right (west) to Alda Road. At Alda Road, turn left (south) to Husker Highway. At Husker Highway, turn right (west) and head to the show site.

Road closure. Husker Highway between Highway 281 and Highway 30 will be closed due to construction.

Catch a free ride on bus 

Walmart in Grand Island will provide free daily shuttle bus service to and from Husker Harvest Days.

Walmart’s bus service runs every half-hour from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Buses leave from the parking lot (lawn and garden entrance) at each Walmart Supercenter, 2250 N. Diers Ave. and 3501 S. Locust St.

HHD visitor traffic map

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