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Repaving Project at Indian Cave State Park Continues

LINCOLN – The repaving of roads within Indian Cave State Park in southeast Nebraska continues. The road to Hackberry Hollow Campground has been finished.

Currently, work is being done to the road to the Ash Grove Campground, the Cave road, and the boat ramp road. There is no access to the boat ramp at this time; however there is river access at nearby Brownville.

Over Labor Day weekend, the Cave road will be temporarily open to allow access to the Cave. After Labor Day weekend, the road will be closed to continue with asphalt placement.

Work will be continued through the rest of this year and into 2016. The completion date of the Cave road is unknown at this time, but it is a priority to have this completed.

The one-way loop will be open during Indian Cave’s Haunted Hollow Hayrack rides in October.

For more information, contact the park at 402-883-2575 or email at ngpc.indian.cave@nebraska.gov. Indian Cave is located 2 miles north and 5 east of Shubert in Nemaha and Richardson counties.

This project is administered by the Nebraska Department of Roads through the State of Nebraska Recreation Road Program.

About Jerry Kane

Jerry Kane is the news manager with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. He can be contacted at jerry.kane@nebraska.gov or 402-471-5008.

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