Many people who come to Smith Falls State Park are looking to witness the famous and national Niobrara River. You can even still find several ice age species at this park, which makes this area a wondrous and mysterious place to come and check out.
When you visit Smith Falls State Park, you will find many different amenities to partake in. You can come and explore around the falls at this park, hike, canoe, kayak, float along the river, as well as camp. You will also find restrooms, campsites, picnic pavilions, concessions, and pay showers that are available for your satisfaction.
Dogs are also allowed at this park, but they must stay close to their owner on a six-foot-long leash during their time here. During your stay, you and your favorite pup must follow the rules and regulations that are implemented by the Nebraska State Park System.
Dogs must be licensed, tagged, and vaccinated before they can enter the state park, and female pups in heat and young pooches under four months old must stay at home. Dogs must be well-mannered before they can enter the park as Smith Falls State Park does not tolerate any aggressive behavior, and humans must clean up and keep an eye on their favorite pooch during their time at this beautiful park.
If you wish to camp at the Smith Falls State Park, you will need a camping reservation. You can make reservations in the office, on the phone, or on the website. If you come to Smith Falls State Park, you will have a fabulous time that is filled with memories and adventures.