Area 175 acres, with a 50-acre lake.
Includes 1.5 miles of Elkhorn River frontage. Mostly riparian wooded habitats, some grassland and marshes.
Mostly sandsage and shortgrass prairie. This may be the best birding area in southwestern Nebraska. This 54-acre reservoir that is one of the few locations in the region where migrating water birds can rest; thus it attracts ducks, shorebirds and other water birds during both spring and fall. It also
Area 393 acres. Pony Express Station on the historic Oregon Trail. State park entry permit required.
Includes 706 acres of rolling native upland and tree-lined drainages.
Area 436 acres, with a 150-acre reservoir. State park entry permit required.
Area 412 acres, reservoir 195 acres.
Includes mainly wooded bottomland along the Nemaha River, plus grassland and cropland.
Area 66 acres. Contains a 27-acre reservoir, with surrounding wooded bottomland and rolling upland.
Includes 2 lakes which total about 270 acres along with surrounding uplands, a substantial amount of native prairie and include some timber areas. Heavy use by waterfowl at times.