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Visitors and local community members help share the beauty--and importance--of the Niobrara National Scenic River. This is the full, award-winning 20-minute film that is shown in our visitor center. Make sure to watch it in the highest quality, if you can.
Niobrara NSR Virtual Tour!Now is the time to dream of where we’d like to visit when we are ready to start venturing out again. During this time we recommend taking a virtual tour of the Niobrara National Scenic River if you are unable to visit in person due to restricted travel.
Niobrara National Scenic River Virtual Passport StampsSince you've made a "virtual" visit to our park be sure to grab your Passport Stamp! We have two, one where you can write in the date and one for the season you visited.
Become a Junior Ranger!
Calling kids of all ages. Get ready to "explore, learn, and protect" while earning your Junior Ranger badge!
Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are an important part of the National Park Service mission! Learn more about volunteers and what they do for Niobrara NSR!
Hunting and Fishing at Niobrara NSR
Learn more about hunting and fishing opportunities for the Niobrara National Scenic River
Transportation, Bridges, and Places!
Learn more about navigating the Niobrara River, locations of bridges, and some of the places along the river.
Guides to the River
Want to know exactly what to expect? Check out these guides to help find out what's coming up around the next bend.
Waterfalls and Springs
Find out more information on waterfalls along the Niobrara National Scenic River
The largely undisturbed shoreline of the Niobrara NSR features mostly natural views of 300' bluffs, beautiful trees, or open expanses.
The Niobrara NSR has nationally and regionally important fossil sites; the river is best known for the diversity of mammals once found here.
Pets on the River
Take your human for a walk in the park or learn how you can join the team of furriest rangers.
Last updated: June 3, 2020