Oglala National Grassland

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Oglala National Grassland

Nebraska

(308) 432-0300

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Things To Do

   

Overview

The unique lands of the Oglala National Grasslands are located in the most northwestern corner of Nebraska. Visitors to the Hudson-Meng Bone Bed site may take a tour and learn about the history of this area, walk through the unique features of the Toadstool Geologic Park, or just spend some quiet time in the wide open spaces of the 94,000 acres of mixed grass prairies.

Map of Oglala Grassland

Latitude, Longitude: 42.940840, -103.589400

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Activities

  • Hiking

    An interpretive trail takes visitors around the Toadstool Geologic Park, where visitors can view and learn about the unusual geologic formations and fossils.

  • Historic Sites

    A visit to Hudson-Meng Education and Research Center is a visit to a modern archeological excavation in progress. Interpretive exhibits and guided tours help you to understand why this is such an important discovery, and encourage you to develop your own theories about what happened to the bison.

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(308) 432-0300

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