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Ash Hollow State Historic Park

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An unusual geologic stratum known as the Ash Hollow Formation provides an excellent example of the landscape of the central Great Plains just before the Ice Age. Excavations indicate that man inhabited this area as long as 7000 to 8000 years ago.

The thousand-acre park contains a visitor center with a 13-minute videotape presentation, a restored 1903 schoolhouse, a picnic area and a nature trail.

Location: PO Box 70, Lewellen Nebraska 69147 Telephone 308-778-5651

Other Nebraska State Parks nearby:
(Lewellen) Ash Hollow State Historic Park
(Ogallala) Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area
(Ogallala) Lake Ogallala State Recreation Area

10/21 Coming to The Lewellen area