See ancient Native American carvings

Indian Cave State Park is home to a three-sided sandstone shelter where Native American left “petroglyph” carvings about 1,500 years ago. Visitors can tour a cemetery and some restore buildings at St. Deroin, a Missouri River town founded a year before the Nebraska Territory was established in 1854. There’s also 22 miles of hiking and biking trailers, 16 miles of equestrian trails, weekend living history demonstrations, a campground and plenty of wildlife. More.

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