Area 175 acres, with a 50-acre lake.
1628 acre reservoir, 4,320 acres of upland. Located 11 miles north of McCook, U.S. Highway 83. Modern camping facilities are present. This reservoir in a water-poor region attracts good numbers of migratory water birds, including many geese and ducks. Burrowing owls should be searched for in the prairie dog town
Includes 1.5 miles of Elkhorn River frontage. Mostly riparian wooded habitats, some grassland and marshes.
Area 433 acres. Mostly bur oak and cedar; bisected by Louse Creek, with steep wooded slopes and rolling grasslands.
Area is 160 acres.
Habitat includes a 26-acre lake with 320 acres of upland.
This site consists of 90 acres of marshland, 10 acres of upland pasture, and 7 acres of cropland.
Habitat includes 49 acres of wetland and 32 acres of upland.
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.