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Principal village of the Omaha Tribe from 1775-1845. Has a Nebraska Historical Marker and four National Park Service informational panels.
Three miles north of Homer on Highway 75/77 | Homer, NE

A 360-acre area of rugged and heavily-wooded bluffs overlooking the Missouri River Valley.
The area is two miles northwest of town on a county road (follow the sign from Highway 77) | Homer, NE

33 acres of bottomland forest by an oxbow lake.
Two miles north and 2½ miles east of town | Homer, NE

The 160-acre reservoir offers hiking, biking, horseback riding trails, boating, picnic and playground equipment. Camping – 10 tents and 50 trailers.
Located ½ mile west of Leigh, NE | (402) 371-7313
www.lenrd.org

906 Co Rd 36 | Macy, NE | (402) 837-5391

A six-acre area that is one mile east of Maskell on Highway 12, then 2½ miles north.
Maskell, NE

The 67-acre area has two small lakes and is about half wooded, half prairie.
A mile south of Monroe along the Loup River | Monroe, NE

320 acres along the Elkhorn River. It is mostly wooded, with some prairies and marshes.
Five miles west of town on a county road | Neligh, NE

Part of the Missouri National Recreational River, both a unit of the National Park System and the National Wild and Scenic River Systems. The overlook, by the Newcastle-Vermillion Bridge on Highway 15, offers a spectacular view of the Missouri River. Handicapped accessible for a good portion, the paved walk to various lookouts is moderately strenuous, but well worth it. Interpretive panels tell local stories.
Newcastle, NE

Has 340 acres of prairie and woods, with a 75-acre lake.
Two miles west and two miles south of town on a county road | Newcastle, NE