Indian Cave State Park

Indian Cave State Park


Location:10 miles south of Brownville, then 5 miles east on Spur 64E.
Facilities:274 campsites (134 pad sites and 10 non-pad sites with electrical hookups), modern restrooms, showers, equestrian camp, trailside adirondack shelters, picnic areas, 17 picnic shelters, hiking trails (22 miles), equestrian trails (16 miles), mountain bike trails (22 miles), boat ramp, river access.
Activities:Camping (including equestrian and group camping), fishing, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, mountain biking, trail rides (seasonal), historic sites, interpretive programs (seasonal).
Special Features:Bordering the Missouri River, the park is a pristine wilderness area with a variety of hardwood trees, shrubs, and flora. Historic features include a restored schoolhouse and general store from the old river town of Saint Deroin where old-time crafts demonstrations are held during summer months.
Address:65296 720 Rd
Shubert, NE 68437

Phone:402-883-2575
Web: www.ngpc.state.ne.us/parks/guides/parksearch/findpark.asp
Size: 4,000 acres.

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Contract Awarded to construct a shallow water habitat backwater project at the Indian Cave State Park in Richardson County, Neb.
The Corps worked closely with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission while designing the backwater to ensure the project accomplished Missouri River Recovery Program goals while adding a feature to the Indian Cave State Park the public could enjoy.
The backwater project, which will add 20 acres of shallow water habitat adjacent to the Missouri River within the Indian Cave State Park, will provide feeding, spawning, and rearing habitat for the federally endangered pallid sturgeon and other native Missouri River fish species.

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