Niobrara State Park


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Niobrara State Park


Location:2 miles west of Niobrara, off NE 12.
Facilities:119 campsites (69 with electrical hookups), modern restrooms, showers, 19 cabins, picnic areas and shelters, hiking trails (14 miles), mountain bike trails (14 miles), swimming pool, 3 boat ramps, playground.
Activities:Camping, boating (non-powered or electric), fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback trail rides, mountain biking, river raft trips (seasonal), wildlife viewing, bird watching, interpretive center.
Special Features:Park is situated at the confluence of the Niobrara and Missouri rivers, on the northeastern border of Nebraska. The park has a large population of white-tailed deer as well as wild turkeys that roam freely throughout the camping area. Beaver, muskrat, and mink can be seen along the river banks. Adjacent to the park is Bazile Creek Wildlife Management Area, which offers additional opportunities for wildlife viewing, fishing, boating, and hunting in season. The park's interpretive center highlights the area's history, including the story of the Ponca Indians.
Address:89261 522 Ave
Niobrara, NE 68760

Phone:402-857-3373
Web: www.ngpc.state.ne.us/parks/guides/parksearch/findpark.asp
Size: 1,640 acres.

See other parks in Nebraska.