PO Box 188, Minatare Nebraska 69356
Built to simulate a lighthouse, it is the only such structure in Nebraska. Standing 55 feet tall it was intended to serve as a combination shelter house and observation tower. Built entirely of native stone by the Veterans Conservation Corps Camp BR-1 between 1939 and 1957, the landmark lighthouse was a beacon of hope in the days of the Depression. Open to the public it offers a spectacular view of the lake and river valley.
Other Nebraska State Parks nearby:
(Gering) Bridgeport State Recreation Area
(Minatare) Lake Minatare State Recreation Area
(Minatare) Lake Minatare's Lighthouse
(Gering) Oliver Reservoir State Recreation Area
(Gering) Wildcat Hills State State Recreation Are
07/07 Coming to The Minatare area
Rawhide Pageant & Sr. Pro Rodeo Lusk WY July12-13 The Legend of Rawhide is an annual celebration of the history, legend, and Western heritage of Niobrara County.