Niobrara, Nebraska

Devil's Nest

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Devil's Nest

Devil's Nest is a designated scenic area noted as a hideout for Jesse James and other famous outlaws. Rumors have it there is still $30,000 in hidden gold buried in the Devils Nest! In your adventure of reaching this point, you will no doubt understand why this was such a good hiding place.

Located by taking a rural road north off Highway 12 east of Niobrara towards the City of Santee. It is best located by asking directions once you have reached Santee.

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