Really a nice surprise. We weren't planning on stopping here, actually didn't know anything about it, but were really glad we did. The visitor's center staff was very friendly and there are lots of exhibits to look at to learn about the area. It's more of a driving tour with a few stops. We went to Fort Falls and hiked about 5 minutes to see it. Really more of a walk than a hike, but it was surprising to see a waterfall in Nebraska. There are quite a few animals in the park but it was midday and hot when we were there. We saw some buffalo in the distance and, our biggest surprise, a couple of elk bedded down in the tall grass of the prairie. We didn't spend a lot of time here, probably around an hour, but it was definitely worth the $5 per carload entry fee. Somewhere we'd recommend if you were in the area. Probably a better visit during the spring or fall.
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