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Trail Trek: May 22-Oct. 31


Looking for a fun outdoor challenge? Embark on Your Parks Adventure from May 22-Oct. 31, 2024, for a chance to explore the state and be eligible for prizes! The 2024 theme is Trail Trek, featuring more than 45 designated trail locations. Your job: Find and take a photo with as many Your Parks Adventure signs featuring mascot Kit the Raccoon that you can.

Mock up of the Your Parks Adventure selfie sign

How it works

Visit one of more than 45 designated trail locations during the contest. Once you find the Trail Trek sign, snap a selfie with Kit, scan the QR code and submit your picture to our online entry form.

The more trails you visit, the more chances you have to win. Participate on your own or with a group. Once you’ve entered your first trail submission, you will be entered for a chance to win prizes generously provided by our sponsors, including outdoor gear, a two-night cabin stay and much more!

Explore trail locations

Kit the Raccoon can be found at each of these trail locations, typically within a mile of the trailheads. Trails included in the program are located at Nebraska Game and Parks areas, as well as participating city, county, federal, and Natural Resource District areas.

Explore the map for locations near you. The icons on the map indicate suggested starting points for locating selfie signs. Find additional details about each trail location in the drop-down section below the map.

Harlan County Reservoir

Trail: Pheasant Ridge Trail
Starting point:
Park north of the fish cleaning station in Methodist Cove Campground. Walk west across the street to the beginning of the walking trail. Proceed on the paved walking trail and the sign is located by the first bench on the left.
Total trail length: 3 miles
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: benches and trash receptacles
Entrance fee: free entry

Eugene T. Mahoney State Park

Trail: Concrete Trail Center Loop
Starting point: From the Peter Kiewit Lodge parking lot, head west onto the concrete trail. Once you cross the road, the selfie station will be nearby (look towards the slides)!
Total trail length:
2.5 miles
Surface type:
concrete
Accessibility status:
The trail is not designated as ADA accessible, but is wide and paved.
Amenities:
Multiple restrooms, Peter Kiewit Lodge, Carl’s restaurant (located at the lodge), James Family Conservatory and Nature Center, playground and bike repair station
Entrance fee:
A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Chimney Rock National Historic Site

Trail: Walk to the Rock
Starting point: Main parking lot from County Road 98 at the trailhead and patio.
Total trail length: 2.3 miles
Surface type: crushed rock
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: patio with two benches (no restrooms or water at this site; restrooms are located at the Abbott Visitor Center)
Entrance fee: free entry

Papio Missouri NRD – Prairie View Recreation Area

Trail: Prairie View Trail
Starting point: Right off the parking lot is a small “”island”” where the sign will be located and the trail starts.
Surface type:
lime-chip
Accessibility status:
ADA accessible
Amenities:
restrooms
Entrance fee:
free entry

Calamus SRA

Trail: Campground Loop Trail
Starting point: The recommended starting point is near the Homestead Knolls fish cleaning station. There is parking on grass available near this area.
Total trail length: 1.5 miles
Surface type: mowed grass trail
Accessibility status:
not ADA accessible
Amenities:
picnic tables, a selfie station and restrooms
Entrance fee:
A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Central Park

Trail: Dark Island Trail
Starting point: The trailhead located on L Rd off HWY 14 is the best location to reach the sign.
Total trail length: 8 miles
Surface type: crushed rock
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: restrooms, water and playground (located at Central Park); benches along the trail, trash receptacles
Entrance fee: free entry

Chadron State Park

Trail: Cabin Trail
Starting point: The nearest entry point is at the ball field parking lot by the restrooms. The trail is west of the road intersection by the parking lot.
Total trail length: 2 miles
Surface type: mowed grass path
Accessibility status:
The trail is not ADA accessible and is not a smooth surface.
Amenities:
restrooms, water hydrant and trash receptacles
Entrance fee:
A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Fort Robinson State Park

Trail: White River Trail
Starting point: The trailhead is located on the east end of the Fort Robinson State Park building complex.
Total trail length: ~ 3 miles
Surface type: crushed rock
Accessibility status:
not ADA accessible
Amenities:
Two shelters with benches are located on the trail. Restrooms, water hydrants/fountains, playground and trash receptacles are within 1/2 mile of the trailhead.
Entrance fee:
A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Lewis and Clark SRA

Trail: South Shore Trail
Starting point: There is only one trailhead for the South Shore Trail. Nearest parking spots are at the trailhead.
Total trail length: 4.5 miles
Surface type: dirt path and mowed grass
Accessibility status:
not ADA accessible
Amenities:
benches, vault toilets, water hydrant and trash receptacles
Entrance fee:
A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Johnson Lake SRA

Trail: Roper Trail
Starting point: North of Johnson Lake SRA main campground (Johnson Lake Dr. 28). Parking is located at the trailhead.
Total trail length: 1 mile through the park; 10 miles around the lake
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: dog waste stations, trash receptacles, free little library, water hydrant, benches, restrooms and playgrounds located a short distance from the trail
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Rock Creek Station State Historical Park

Trail: Legacy Loop Trail
Starting point: The Visitor Center and its parking area are the recommended starting point for the Legacy Loop Trail. Park users may begin their trail adventure at the Visitor Center and walk south to the Historic West Ranch site (direct route), or they may begin at the information board at the head of the trail just west of the Visitor Center parking lot.
Total trail length: .6 miles
Surface type: mowed grass/dirt path
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: Full restroom facilities are located at the trailhead (inside of the Visitor Center), with vault toilets, picnic tables and benches located at the sign site near the Historic West Ranch.
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park

Trail: Visitor’s Center Interpretive Trail
Starting point: Visitor’s Center
Total trail length: 3/4 mile
Surface type: mix of paved, crushed rock and turf
Accessibility status: part of this trail is ADA accessible
Amenities: restrooms and benches
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Wildcat Hills SRA

*UPDATE 6/17/2024 – the sign for the Wildcat Hills Trails is currently broken. A replacement is on the way! Please check back for updates.

Trail: Monument View Trail
Starting point: Visitors can access the trailhead from the main parking lot at the north end of East Park Loop Road.
Total trail length: .44 miles each way (.88 total)
Surface type: crushed rock & dirt
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: There are 2 picnic tables under a large Ponderosa pine at the trailhead. Vault restrooms are located at a large shelter nearby.
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Scottsbluff National Monument

Trail: Monument Valley Pathway (south)
Starting point: The west end of U Street in Gering is the ideal starting point for the Gering Monument Valley Pathway and the U Street Pathway. The trailhead is right next to small parking lot on U street. Hikers can chose to go north and enjoy the Monument Valley Pathway and see closeup views of Scotts Bluff National Monument or go east and walk the U street pathway towards downtown Gering.
Total trail lengths: Monument Valley Pathway is ~.75 mile, U Street Pathway is ~1.25
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: Both trails have benches, dog waste stations and trash receptacles. U Street Pathway has a dog park right next to the pathway. There is a water station for humans and dogs on U Street Pathway and portable restrooms.
Entrance fee: free entry

Suck’s Lake Park

Trail: John Brownell Trail
Starting point: The trail is located at Sucks Lake Park. From the starting point, head west to find Kit.
Total trail length: 4 miles
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: playground, picnic shelter, restrooms, trash receptacles
Entrance fee: free entry

Schramm Park SRA

Trail: Schramm Park River Trail
Starting point: parking lot on the south side of HWY 31
Total trail length: 1/2 mile
Surface type: dirt path
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: Schramm Education Center is located nearby; restrooms and water are available near the trail
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Nebraska National Forest at Halsey

Trail: Discovery Loup
Starting point: The Bessey Recreation Complex is located south of NE Hwy 2, near Halsey, Nebraska.
Total trail length: 3/4 mile
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: This trail is not officially ADA accessible, but is a smooth, concrete trail.
Amenities: Public shower house/restrooms open seasonally; Visitor Center with public restrooms open M-F from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; picnic tables, a picnic shelter and trash receptacles located near the trail.
Entrance fee: free entry

Fort Kearny SRA

Trail: Hike & Bike Trail
Starting point: The Hike – Bike trailhead is located on the east side of the recreation area.
Surface type:
concrete
Accessibility status:
ADA accessible
Amenities:
benches, restroom and trash receptacles
Entrance fee:
A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

City of Kearney

Trail: Archway Trail
Starting point: Parking is available in the Archway Parking lot and trail users can access the hike-bike trail over the historic bridge.
Total trail length: This segment is 2+ miles; total of 13 trail miles
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: Picnic Shelter, water fountain, trash receptacles, benches, restrooms at trailhead
Entrance fee: free entry

Ash Hollow State Historical Park

Trail: River Overlook Trail
Starting point: Park at the pull-off parking lot located along the driveway to the visitors center. The trailhead is located nearby.
Total trail length: 1 mile
Surface type: mowed path
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: The trail is 1/4 mile from the Visitors Center, which has trash receptacles, picnic tables, modern restrooms and a water fountain.
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Pawnee SRA

Trail: Pawnee Lake Multi-Use Trail
Starting point: The trailhead is next to campsite 16 in the Lakeview Campground. Please park at the nearby restroom building and avoid walking through any campsites.
Surface type:
natural dirt surface
Accessibility status:
not ADA accessible
Amenities:
restrooms and trash receptacles
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

City of Lincoln

Trail: Mopac Trail
Starting point: MoPac Trailhead at 84th Street approximately 0.25 miles south of O Street. On the east side of O Street.
Total trail length:
6.25 within the City of Lincoln, 22 miles beyond the City of Lincoln (MoPac East)
Surface type:
crushed limestone
Accessibility status:
ADA accessible
Amenities:
restrooms, benches, water fountains, trash receptacles
Entrance fee:
free entry

City of Lincoln

Trail: Billy Wolff Trail
Starting point: Rickman’s Run/Holmes Lake Dog Park Parking Lot: from the parking lot, head east and south along the Billy Wolff Trail south of Baseball Diamond. Alternate shorter access along sidewalk approximately 300 feet west of S 76th and Cooper Ave.
Total trail length: 11.25 miles
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: Seasonal restrooms, dog park, benches, trash receptacles
Entrance fee: free entry

Densmore Park

Trail: Jamaica North Trail
Starting points: The trail sign location can be accessed from Densmore Park by using the Rock Island Trail. Park on the western side of Densmore Park by the playground and tennis courts and continue west on the Rock Island Trail over the Railroad Bridges and take the ramps down to the Jamaica North Trail where the sign is located at the historical marker. This route is approximately 0.5 miles.

The trail sign can also be accessed from the Wilderness Park Parking Lot at Old Cheney. Take the dirt path east from the parking lot entry at Old Cheney for approximately 200 feet until you meet the gravel Jamaica North Trail. Head south and travel approximately 0.8 miles to the historical marker by the former railroad bridge overcrossing.
Total trail length: 6.5 miles
Surface type: concrete & crushed limestone
Accessibility status: The trail is ADA accessible from Densmore Park.
Amenities: Benches, historical marker, map. From Densmore parking area: restrooms , trash receptacles, playground, water.
Entrance fee: Free entry

Bishop Heights Park

Trail: Rock Island Trail
Starting point: Park at Prescott Ave./Teri Lane near South 30th St. and walk northwest past playground at Bishop Heights to the Rock Island Trail. Alternate parking lot on south side of South St. near Memorial Dr. and head south on the Rock Island Trail for a 1.25 mile walk/ride to reach the sign location.
Total trail length: 4.8 miles
Surface type: paved
Accessibility status:
ADA accessible
Amenities:
Playground, water fountain, art, trash receptacle, bench
Entrance fee:
free entry

Platte River State Park

Trail: Stone Creek Falls
Starting point: Stone Creek Falls parking lot is the recommended trailhead.
Total trail length: 1/2 mile
Surface type: dirt path
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: There is a bench near the falls and restrooms and trash receptacles in the parking lot.
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Red Willow Reservoir SRA

Trail: Willow View Trail
Starting point: site 48 at Willow View Campground
Total trail length: 2.6 miles
Surface type: dirt path
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: restrooms, trash receptacles and playground nearby
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Arbor Day Farm

Trail: Tree Trail
Starting point: The trail is just off the parking lot north of Arbor Lodge.
Total trail length: 1/2 mile
Surface type: crushed rock
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: benches, restrooms, trash receptacles, playground, museum, water fountains, picnic area
Entrance fee: free entry

Lewis and Clark Visitor Center

Trail: Doug Bereuter Tree Trail
Starting point: Main lobby of the visitor center, 50 yards from the parking lot.
Total trail length: 1/2 mile
Surface type: wood chips and dirt
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: restrooms, water fountains, trash receptacles, benches and exhibits
Entrance fee: free entry

Niobrara State Park

Trail: Bluff Trail
Starting point: The lookout near cabin 13 has a parking lot, concrete pad with a picnic table, and is the start of Bluff Trail.
Total trail length: 1,000 yards
Surface type: mowed grass
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: picnic table on concrete pad
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Cowboy Trail SRA

Trail: Cowboy Trail (east)
Starting point: The trailhead parking lot is located ~3 miles southwest of Norfolk and can be accessed via Omaha Ave. and then heading south on Railroad Rd. From the trailhead, head west toward the Elkhorn River.
Total trail length: 203 miles
Surface type: crushed limestone
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: benches along the trail
Entrance fee: free entry

Centennial Park

Trail: Centennial Park Trail
Starting point: A large concrete parking lot is available at the intersection of Oak and Leota. From the parking lot, head south and then east to find Kit.
Surface type:
8′ wide concrete/asphalt
Accessibility status:
ADA accessible
Amenities: Restrooms and drinking fountains are located near the starting point. There are benches and fitness stations located along the trail.
Entrance fee: Free entry

Lake Ogallala SRA

Trail: Lake Ogallala Hike & Bike Trail
Starting point: The trailhead located on the south side of the Lake Ogallala’s east campground.
Total trail length: 1.8 miles to Diversion Dam and 1.8 miles back to the trailhead
Surface type: mix of rock and dirt
Accessibility status: This trail is not ADA accessible. However, a wheel chair or stroller can be pushed on trail or accessed by power assist chairs.
Amenities: Restrooms, shower, drinking fountain and trash receptacles are located 100 yards from the trailhead. Benches are located near start and end of trail. A dog waste station is located at trailhead.
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Heartland of America Park to NP Dodge Park

Trail: Riverfront Trail
Starting point: Numerous locations: Heartland of America Park, Lewis & Clark Landing, Miller’s Landing Park, Kiwanis Park, Levi Carter Park, NP Dodge Park. The sign is located north of the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge.
Total trail length: 8.65 miles
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: playgrounds, benches, picnic tables, Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, Freedom Park (Saturdays only – 10am to 3 pm), Lewis & Clark Interpretive Trail monuments, etc.
Entrance fee: free entry

Lower Loup NRD Arboretum

Trail: Lower Loup NRD Arboretum Trail
Starting point: Park at LLNRD Headquarters in Ord. Visitors can also access the trail at Auble’s Pond, but parking is very limited.
Total trail length: Arboretum Loop is .4 miles. The trail from there to and around Auble’s Pond is another .85 miles.
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: benches, restrooms, trash receptacles, playground, campground, fishing docks
Entrance fee: free entry

Halleck Park

Trail: Halleck Park Trail
Starting point: Park in the parking lots next to the pond and/or the large picnic shelter found in the middle of the park. The trailhead is just north of the intersection of East Lincoln street and Halleck Park Road. The selfie sign is east of the trailhead. *Note – this sign is tall, so be sure to look up!
Total trail length: Halleck Park Trail is a portion of the Papio NRD’s West Papio Trail, it can take you to Bellevue or North West Omaha.
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: Public restrooms in the large picnic shelter, playground, Arboretum, baseball fields, basketball courts, fishing, horseshoe pits, benches, pavilion, pickleball
Entrance fee: free entry

Papio Missouri NRD – Chalco Hills Recreation Area

Trail: Chalco Hills Trail
Starting point: Visitors will encounter the parking lot in front of the main building after driving up the boulevard. From the main parking lot, head slightly southwest of the main building to park near the restrooms, the Heartland Bike Share Station and the start of the trail. The sign will be at the 1.8 mile marker.
Surface type:
concrete
Accessibility status:
ADA accessible
Amenities:
restrooms and trash receptacles
Entrance fee:
free entry

Nemaha NRD

UPDATE – The Steamboat Trace Trail is currently closed due to recent flooding. Those who submit photos at the closure sign will be counted as valid. Please check back for trail closure updates.

Trail: Steamboat Trace
Starting point: The trailhead is located at 5th St. & Plum St. in Peru, NE. From the trailhead, head south to find Kit.
Total trail length: 22 miles
Surface type: crushed limestone
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: The trailhead has a picnic shelter with picnic tables, restrooms and trash receptacles (ADA accessible).
Entrance fee: free entry

Willow Creek SRA

Trail: William J. Meyer Memorial Trail
Starting point: At our North Entrance, a half mile south of the intersection of 548th Ave and 853rd Rd, approximately 1.5 miles southeast of Pierce. The trail goes around Willow Creek Reservoir and into the town of Pierce.
Total trail length: 10 miles
Surface type: crushed limestone
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: benches, restrooms at trailheads, trash receptacles, playground.
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Ponca State Park

Trail: Tri-State Overlook Trail
Starting point: Tri-State Overlook trailhead parking lot
Total trail length: ~1.25 mile loop
Surface type: dirt path
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: picnic table, bench, portable restrooms, trash receptacles, playground, scenic overlook
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park

Trail: Colson Creek Trail
Starting point: The Colson Creek Trailhead is approximately 50 yards northwest of the Visitor Center and main parking lot at Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park.
Total trail length: ~.8 miles
Surface type: mowed grass
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: Benches, restrooms, water fountains, and picnic facilities
Entrance fee: In addition to a 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit, an $8 entrance fee is required for all park visitors.

Riverside Park

Trail: Monument Valley Pathway (North)
Starting point: We have several good starting points, but one of the more popular ones is in Riverside Park. There is ample parking and a great part of the path along the river.
Total trail length: 7.9 miles
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: Benches and rest spots are located along the pathway. Trash receptacles and portables restrooms are available. The trail also goes through or near many other parks, so playgrounds are also accessible.
Entrance fee: free entry

Indian Cave State Park

Trail: Trail #7
Starting point: Park at trailhead for Trail #7 on the main road. See the Indian Cave State Park map for location details.
Total trail length: .3 miles in and .3 miles back to get to the selfie sign (trails continue throughout the park).
Surface type: dirt
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: restroom near the trailhead
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Lower Platte South NRD

Trail: Lied Bridge Platte River Connection
Starting point: Lied Bridge parking lot in South Bend.
Total trail length: 1/2 mile
Surface type: crushed rock & concrete
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: portable restrooms near the trailhead entrance and benches along trail
Entrance fee: free entry

Summit Lake SRA

Trail: Geronimo Trail
Starting point: boat ramp parking lot
Total trail length: 1 mile
Surface type: grass/dirt path
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: Wildflower Garden and benches, 1 small shelter, water hydrant, playground, restrooms located at the boat ramp, ADA fishing pier
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Cowboy Trail SRA

Trail: Cowboy Trail (west trailhead)
Starting point: Cowboy Trail’s west trailhead parking lot is located about three miles southeast of Valentine, right off of HWY 20.
Total trail length: 203 miles
Surface type: crushed limestone
Accessibility status: not ADA accessible
Amenities: benches along the trail (no restrooms at the trailhead)
Entrance fee: free entry

Smith Falls State Park

Trail: Smith Falls Trail
Starting point: Park at the visitor center. The trailhead is located at the bottom of the stairs that face the river at the visitor center.
Total trail length: 1.1 miles
Surface type: concrete
Accessibility status: ADA accessible
Amenities: benches, vault toilet restrooms, trash receptacles
Entrance fee: A 2024 Nebraska state park vehicle permit is required for entry.

Prizes

Earn a Your Parks Adventure Trail Trek sticker, a commemorative walking stick medallion, a T-shirt or maybe even the Grand Prize by submitting you trail adventures online. Each participant will be eligible for a chance to win an annual subscription to Nebraskaland Magazine, outdoor gear and more! Prizes will be drawn shortly after Your Parks Adventure concludes.

With one entry, you are eligible to receive a prize or token available for pickup at designated park locations during operating office hours. Entitles you to one entry into the prize drawing. Trail locations with single-entry pickups include:

  • Arbor Lodge SHP
  • Ash Hollow SHP
  • Calamus SRA
  • Chadron State Park
  • Eugene T. Mahoney State Park
  • Fort Atkinson SHP
  • Fort Kearny SHP/SRA
  • Fort Robinson State Park
  • Indian Cave State Park
  • Johnson Lake SRA
  • Lake Ogallala (pick up at Lake McConaughy SRA)
  • Lewis and Clark SRA
  • Willow Creek SRA
  • Niobrara State Park
  • Pawnee SRA
  • Platte River State Park
  • Ponca State Park
  • Red Willow SRA
  • Rock Creek Station SHP
  • Schramm Education Center
  • Smith Falls State Park
  • Wildcat Hills Nature Center

Foldable Water Bottle:  For accumulating 10 to 19 entries, you are eligible to receive a foldable water bottle. Prize will be mailed at the conclusion of the contest period. You will receive an equivalent number of entries into the prize drawing.

Commemorative Walking Stick Medallion: Upon reaching 20 to 39 entries, you are eligible to receive a commemorative walking stick medallion, which will be mailed at the conclusion of Your Parks Adventure. You will receive an equivalent number of entries into the prize drawing.

Commemorative T-shirt: Achieving 40 or more entries qualifies you to receive a commemorative Trail Trek T-shirt, which will be mailed at the conclusion of Your Parks Adventure. You will receive an equivalent number of entries into the prize drawing.

One lucky participant will win the Trail Trek Grand Prize: a Nebraskaland Magazine subscription and calendar, outdoor gear, and a two-night cabin stay at a Nebraska state park!

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