Niobrara Blue Moon Resort

6 cabins
8 mi. West, 1 mi. North on NE Hwy 12. | Niobrara, NE | (402) 229-3226

Feather Hill Express and RV

Modern RV park hear the scenic Missouri River. 10 Tents, 28 Trailers and 1 Cabin $8-$15
8 mi. East of Niobrara on NE Hwy 12 | Niobrara, NE | (402) 667-2922

Niobrara Hilltop Lodge

253-1 Walnut St, NE Hwy 12 | Niobrara, NE | (402) 857-3611

Mah-Ko-Chay Cabins

89115 525 Avenue, 1 1/2 mi. S. NE Hwy 12 on Buckeye Rd | Niobrara, NE | (402) 857-3597

Two Rivers Hotel and Steakhouse

254 12 Park Ave, backside on NE Hwy 12 | Niobrara, NE | (402) 857-3340

Whitetail River Lodge

89140 NE Hwy 14, Jct of NE Hwys 12 & 14 | Niobrara, NE | (402) 857-3564

KSK Big Game Outfitters

The hunting area, headquartered at Kreycik Riverview Elk Ranch, consists of densely covered hills and canyons along the Niobrara River Valley. Food, lodging and meat processing
for hunters. Hunting access. Game farm access. Hunting guide service. Big game hunting.
8 mi. S.W. of Niobrara State Park. | 88971 517 Ave | Niobrara, NE |402-857-3850

Swanson Hunting Acres

2,300 acres of crop and rangeland. Hunts include lodging food, birds, dogs, and dog handlers.
89054 519 Rd | Niobrara, NE | (402) 857-3514 or (402) 857-3794

KSK Elk & Buffalo Hunting and Tours

From Niobrara, go west on Highway 12, then south at the Niobrara State Park entrance; follow signs heading south and west for eight miles, then turn south at River View Cemetery. Open year-round.
Niobrara, NE | 402-857-3850

Private Shannon Trail

George Shannon, the youngest and most educated in the Corps of Discovery, was lost for 16 days in the area of present day northeast Nebraska.

The Trail encompasses an area steeped in history, dotted with pioneer cemeteries and ghost towns.

The Nebraska communities involved are Bloomfield, Bow Valley, Center, Creighton, Crofton, Hartington, Lindy, Niobrara, St. Helena, St. James, Santee, Verdel, Verdigre, Wausa, Winnetoon, Wynot, and the Ponca and Santee Sioux Nations.

A National Park Service grant and donations from local banks contributed to the placing of sixteen wayside signs commemorating the life of George Shannon. Following the Lewis and Clark Expedition, he was wounded in a battle with the Arikara in a failed attempt to return the Mandan chief, Shekeke, to his village; his leg was subsequently amputated above the knee. He helped Nicholas Biddle prepare the first narrative account of the Expedition for publication. Shannon then became an attorney and circuit judge, served in the Kentucky and Missouri state legislatures and ran against Thomas Hart Benton in a bid for the U.S. Senate. He died at age 50.