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Indian Cave is a huge rock shelter, not a real cave. It is famous for its petroglyphs. Carved into the soft sandstone, they depict wildlife like deer and buffalos. Later century visitors added their own graffitties, so some of the petroglyphs are destroyed now. The Park is located along the banks o from showcaves.com
These trails are very, very steep and fast. They are also very technical in places, with lost of switch backs, jumps, and washouts covered in leafs, so watch out. You can... from mtbr.com
2 mi. N., 5 mi. E. - Park offers exceptional hiking and biking opportunities, horseback rides, boat ramp and RV camping. Hundreds of trees, shrubs and wildlife. Living history of St. Derion in the park. Cross-country skiing and sledding in winter. Grounds open year-round for primitive camping and h from visitnebraska.gov
Indian Cave State Park is an extension of the eastern deciduous forest more typical of places south and east of Nebraska; thus it features habitats and species that are unusual to the state. The landscape is typical of this part of the Missouri River-bluffs formed by wind-blown silt (loess); steep from wildlifeviewingareas.c...
Summary With 3,052 rugged acres bordering the mighty Missouri River, Indian Cave is a pristine area, devoted to camping, hiking and backpacking, picnicking, nature and wilderness activities. Located 10 miles south of Brownville and 5 miles east on S 64E, Indian Cave boasts a variety of hardwood tre from state.ne
Trails are mainly up & down hills along the Missouri River bluffs and mostly in the trees, so it is a nice ride to take when the summer months start getting hot. from horsetraildirectory.com
- *This information provided by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commision* from wildernet.com