Bobcat Prairie

Type of Area

Prairie, Woodland

Activities

Hiking/Trail Running, Birdwatching, Picnicking, Fishing

Hours of Operation

24 Hours a Day

About Bobcat Prairie

Bobcat Prairie, part of the Prairie Corridor of Haines Branch, is a mixture of remnant and restored tallgrass prairie, woodlands, and wetlands owned by the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District. As part of the Prairie Corridor, Bobcat Prairie helps promote education and awareness of Nebraska environments and is a contributing part to a whole prairie passage and trail system linking Pioneers Park to Spring Creek Prairie Audobon Center. Meant to help preserve Nebraska’s native grasslands for generations to enjoy, this four-mile trail offers hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities, along with two small ponds open to fishing.

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