Another cool little find, and definitely way, way off the beaten path.
Toadstool Geologic Park and Campground is in northwestern Nebraska, in the Ogalla National Grassland. For those of you who haven’t visited a National Grassland – that means flat, flat flat. With grass. Sometimes you also get a cool natural feature like this.
They call Toadstool Geologic Park "Nebraska’s Badlands", and I can definitely see the resemblance on a much smaller scale.
The Forest Service has created a nice loop trail through the park which takes you past the highlights, some fossils, and a pretty crazy assortment of geologic weirdness.
Not someplace you’d make a special trip to see unless you’re a total rock nerd, but a cool diversion if you pass anywhere near the area. Nebraska isn’t on most tourist loops, but it does happen!