Mulberry Bend Overlook
A dramatic view of the Missouri National Recreational River (MNRR) awaits visitors at Mulberry Bend Overlook. There is a parking area where you will find a short trail leading to two overlooks that offer views of a free flowing segment of the Missouri.
At the first overlook, exhibits provide information about the MNRR and early American Indians who inhabited the region. At the uppermost overlook, exhibits interpret the river's hydrology, the surrounding forest and a flood that devastated the town of Vermillion in 1881.
The paved trail rises 60 feet to the top and is wheelchair accessible to the first overlook.
Did You Know?
Ponca Chief Standing Bear's desire to return to his tribe's ancestral homeland along the lower Niobrara River resulted in a landmark federal court decision affirming that American Indians are persons under the U.S. Constitution. More...