Gorgeous waterfalls, wildlife, diverse vegetation, and scenic bluffs are just some of the features that characterize Niobrara National Scenic River’s winding path. Along the 76-mile path of this river in Nebraska, there are plenty of opportunities to appreciate nature, learn about the history of Niobrara, have fun with family and friends, and have a wonderful time away from home. This prairie river, designated under the US National Wild & Scenic Rivers System, is indeed extraordinary.
Although there are no provisions for camping at Niobrara National Scenic River, there are loads of opportunities for fun. As you visit this park, you should begin your exploration at the Visitor Center where you’ll see exhibits and films about the park, as well as rangers that you can ask questions about Niobrara. If you possess appropriate hunting licenses, you can also hunt on public lands, and private lands (with permission), within the park. Fishing opportunities are also abundant in the river and its tributaries. Water-related recreational activities such as canoeing, kayaking, tubing and floating are among the most popular activities with visitors to the park.