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Indian Cave State Park, Shubert

#9 of 27 in Nature in Nebraska
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  • We camped for 3 nights on a Monday-Wednesday stay. The park was VERY quiet and not busy - which is a shame because this is a treasure hidden in Nebraska! There are a variety of trails to hike/bike/rid...  more »
  • We trail ride our horses a lot everywhere and this is one of the BEST around! Trails are awesome and lots of ups and downs and hardly any rocks! We take our colts there to train them for trails as no ...  more »
  • Don't plan on going through a maze of caves. It's barely a cave but it would have provided a little shelter back in the day. The park features hiking trails and beautiful views.  more »
  • Well i was really hoping to see or at least enter a cave. Not here...go up the stairs only to get a glimpse of it. Totally was not worth the trip for me. $8 for out pf state lic to enter. For those who enjoy taking pictures of wilderness, this is for u. If you are thinking of spending your time in the outdoors with family and use the grills I would say go for it. Place was clean Grass was mowed. Trails clean
  • Beautiful place to hike and camp. Tent camping spots are in small groups of three or so so you're never surrounded by too many people. Our spot had direct access to trails. It was really a great time. The Cave is more like a rock wall and was the least impressive part of the park.
  • Well kept open spaces. Tent camping spots are plentiful and HUGE compared to RV spots. Also the 9 hike disc golf course was fun
  • Great trails and plenty of space. I've been a few times and rarely come across other people on the trail. The caves aren't much to see, but it's a nice place for an easy hike.
  • Super fun place to take the kids. Tons of walking and history. We had a great time!