After braving the winding roads, we were pleased to discover the Hudson-Meng Site which is an awe inspiring ancient bison bone-bed. For a meager fee we were invited inside an active excavation site where a personalized tour, by an extremely friendly Forest Service Ranger, was provided. I had no idea that there were 8 foot tall bison roaming around Nebraska only a few thousand years ago, and the demonstrations of an ancient hunting weapon (an atlatl) is definitely worth the drive! There are fully functional restrooms with water fountains at the parking lot at the top of a scenic path down to the actual building. There is also additional handicap parking down by the building as well. I am sure to stop by next year to see what new mysteries have been uncovered!