Rock Creek Station was first established in 1858 to sell supplies and as a resting area for travelers along the Oregon-California Trail. Later it was a relay station for the Pony Express and stagecoach stop for the Overland stage. There are 1600 feet of wagon ruts nearby. Rock Creek Station was frequented by a variety of colorful characters and has an interesting history. It is located in Southern Nebraska near Kansas. Start your visit at the Visitors Center where they have nice displays about the history of the site and the area and to gather information to plan your visit. Endicott is the nearest town but the mailing address is Fairbury.