NEBRASKAland July 2018

NEBRASKAland Magazine is dedicated to outstanding photography and informative writing with an engaging mix of articles and photos highlighting Nebraska’s outdoor activities, parklands, wildlife, history and people.

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24 NEBRASKAland • JULY 2018 Outdoor recreation opportunities abound at Danish Alps. A scenic 9.5-mile horseback riding trail winds around most of the lake, and a separate hiking and biking limestone trail covers more than 15 miles. Danish Alps is also a great place to have a picnic, birthday party or family reunion, with three-day use areas featuring ample shade, seating and beautiful views of the water. Well- manicured lawns are plentiful for play. After the campers have left for the summer, the SRA becomes a playground for hunters. Beginning the first Tuesday after Labor Day through the end of spring turkey season, hunting is allowed in the 250 acres south of 203rd Street. These well- managed grasslands hold pheasants, turkey and quail. Deer also wander in, as well as waterfowl that use the SRA's water quality basins. Special regulations apply, so refer to the Lanny Gentry from Hubbard kayaks at Kramper Lake on the SRA's opening Day, Aug. 1, 2015.

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