The jagged cliffs, hills, valleys and draws of Nebraska’s northern border provided refuge for frontier outlaws like Doc Middleton, Kid Wade and their associates. That rough topography is also what necessitated
Nebraska is blessed with water. The same water bringing life to our crop fields and sea of prairie grass provides an ocean of recreational opportunities thanks to man-made reservoirs, natural Sandhills lakes
The state’s highest waterfall, out-of-this-world rock formations, roaming bison and an annual fruitcake fling are just a handful of what awaits at Nebraska’s eight state parks and 58 state recreation areas.