The Little Known Cave In Nebraska That Everyone Should Explore At Least Once
Some of Nebraska’s greatest features are the vastly under-appreciated historic natural sites. One in western Nebraska has a long and fascinating history that stretches back thousands of years, and you can still get a look at it today.
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Visit this unique cave and all of the other fascinating bits of Ash Hollow on Hwy. 26, southeast of Lewellen. The grounds are open year-round, but the visitors center, museum, and cave are only open Memorial Day to Labor Day. You’ll need a NE parks pass to enter the site, and admission to the visitors center is an additional $2 for adults and $1 for children. Find out more here from Visit Garden County.
Meg Archer is a Portland, Oregon-based Editor & Social Media Manager with degrees in English/Creative Writing from Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo and Social Psychology from Portland State University. She has held positions in writing, editing, and media-related fields for over 10 years, including serving as the Editor-in-Chief for Cal Poly’s literary journal Byzantium and copywriting for advertising/marketing agencies before joining Only In You State team in 2015. When she’s not writing or out exploring the West Coast, Meg enjoys working on visual media projects, speaking as a mental health advocate, and can always be found in the front row at Portland Timbers matches.