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Hiking To This Aboveground Cave In Nebraska Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience

Indian Cave State Park in Shubert – in the southeastern corner of Nebraska – sits right on the banks of the Missouri River. Its history extends back thousands of years to when Native Americans carved petroglyphs into the soft sandstone walls of the cave.

While the cave itself is definitely worth the walking it takes to get there, it is far from the only thing to see in this pristine state park. For more information, including fees and available activities, visit the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s site.

Delana
Delana is a writer and editor who has lived in Nebraska for most of her life.