4 Must See Places That Prove Nebraska Isn't Flat
If you've ever driven through Nebraska, chances are it was on I-80. While it is the fastest way to travel across the state it is also the most boring.
The landscape is mostly flat which is why Nebraska has this reputation. But there's so much to see off the beaten path.
The Sandhills region stretches 265 miles across Nebraska. Mostly covered in grass, they are the largest sand dune formation in the Western Hemisphere.
The hills are mostly ranchland as they are unsuitable for crop growing. All the open space makes for some beautiful vistas.
Toadstool Geologic Park
Named for its unusual rock formations, this is a site to see! Visitors can hike, camp, or take advantage of the day use area.
Chadron State Park
Located inside the Nebraska National Forest, this was Nebraska's first state park. It is filled with 100 miles of trails, cabins, and day use areas.
Indian Cave State Park
Located in a hardwood forest and nestled on the banks of the Missouri River, this park offers many beautiful views.
Next time you drive through Nebraska opt for the scenic route if you have time!
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