Canoeing Kayaking Tubing
Most visitors come to the Niobrara to float the river by canoe, tube, kayak or raft. Many camp overnight in various private campgrounds operated by individual outfitters, or at the campground in Smith Falls State Park.
The National Park Service does not endorse or promote specific private businesses. The following links are provided for your trip planning convenience:
River Guides - Downloadable PDF files:
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Did You Know?
The Niobrara is a crossroads of habitats where many species are on the edge of their range. 83 eastern species reach their western range limits and 47 western species approach their eastern limits here. Click "More" to visit the Niobrara National River "Nature & Science" page. More...