Niobrara Trails is a 14 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Niobrara, Nebraska that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and camping and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Niobrara State Park has 14 miles of hiking trails
We will certainly come back here. Rented one of the nice little cabins and enjoyed a beautiful weekend of hiking and relaxing.
The trails along the Missouri River were beautiful. So much wildlife. Had a great time.
The Niobrara State Park has a 3 mile loop trail that winds from the top of the windy dunes, down to the river then returns along a forested subtle valley back to the park's office. Not really a hiker's hike, however it is a beautiful walk filled a variety of scapes, a decent breeze and plenty of primitive and daily use camping areas.
Niobrara State Park trails are typical of the rolling hills of this part of the state. Prairie grass covered hills with some timber is typical. It does border the confluence of the Missouri river and the Niobrara River. Many great views. Very abundant in wildlife. Great camp sites in the park. Fee camping from tent to RV and they have rental cabins.