Niobrara State Park

Situated at the confluence of the Niobrara and Missouri Rivers on Nebraska’s northeastern border, Niobrara State Park offers visitors a wide array of outdoor experiences.

This scenic, tranquil park offers cabins, both primitive and RV camping, picnicking, swimming, boat ramps, horseback trails, hiking, fishing and wildlife watching opportunities. During the summer months, the park hosts its famous buffalo cookouts.

This Nebraska state park has a small visitor center with information about the park and surrounding area. The state park is on State Route 12 about two miles west of the town of Niobrara, and is near the eastern end of the 39-mile reach of the national park at the confluence of the Niobrara River.

Contact Information

Niobrara State Park
Reservations and Information:

89261 522 Ave, Niobrara, Nebraska 68760, United States

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Virtually Explore The Niobrara State Park

Click and drag 360° image to pan around or click forward arrow to travel down the Niobrara State Park Landmark

Niobrara River View Featuring Discovery Sites of Mule Deer and Prairie Dogs

Other Information

  • Seasons Open

    Open all seasons
  • Prices and Fees

    A park entry permit is required and may be purchased at the park, statewide Game and Parks offices and permit vendors or in advance of your arrival online. For a complete list of all park and activity fees, click the button below. Residents $30 for an annual permit, duplicate annual permits are available for $15 and daily permits for $6. For vehicles not registered and licensed in Nebraska $45 for an annual permit, duplicate annuals permits are available for $22.50 and daily permits for $8.
  • Accessibility

    NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION: Any program that receives federal funding from the National Park Service, or the United States Fish and Wildlife Service prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, gender, marital status, national origin, age, disability or political affiliation.