|Niobrara State Park|
View from Standing Bear Overlook
|Location||Niobrara, Nebraska, United States|
NIOBRARA STATE PARK Latitude and Longitude:
|Area||1,640 acres (6.6 km2) |
|Elevation||1,230 ft (370 m) |
|Designation||Nebraska state park|
|Named for||Niobrara River|
|Visitors||130,980 (in 2014) |
|Administrator||Nebraska Game and Parks Commission|
|Website||Niobrara State Park|
Niobrara State Park is a public recreation area located at the confluence of the Missouri and Niobrara rivers in the northeast corner of Nebraska.  The state park occupies 1,640 acres (660 ha) of bluffs to the west of the village of Niobrara. It is managed by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
The park includes the Niobrara River Bridge, a decommissioned railroad bridge listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  A variety of animals, notably white-tailed deer and wild turkeys, roam the park by day, while at night, coyotes and whip-poor-wills mingle their cries and calls. 
Park facilities include a swimming pool and interpretive center. Visitors can tour the park via seven miles (11 km) of roads and fourteen miles (23 km) of hiking trails. The park offers RV and primitive camping as well as cabins that overlook the river. 
- Niobrara National Scenic River
- Missouri National Recreational River
- Lewis & Clark State Recreation Area
- "Niobrara State Park". Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Archived from the original on May 23, 2010. Retrieved March 8, 2007.
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- "2014 Nebraska Attraction Attendance Counts" (PDF). Nebraska Tourism Commission. Retrieved October 16, 2017.
- "Niobrara State Park". Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Retrieved January 9, 2017.
- Carl McWilliams, Research Historian (June 26, 1992). "Niobrara River Bridge". National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form. National Park Service. Retrieved January 9, 2017.