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North Platte, NE
Holiday RV Park and CampgroundHoliday RV Park is a highly rated, established campground and one of Nebraska's finest. You will receive the warmest welcome and the highest respect when you give us the opportunity to be your host. You will find clean restrooms and laundry facilities. You are welcome to inspect them before you register. All 100 of our sites are large, grassy, pull-thru, mostly shaded full hookups for RVs and trailers. There is also a large shady tent area for groups.At Holiday RV Park we know you work hard so we provide you with the perfect place to relax and unwind. Let the sun bake out the stress and then slip into our clear refreshing pool and let the warm water calm your mind.
Elm Creek, NE
The 4 Seasons RV ParkThe 4 Seasons RV Park is located right off Highway 183 just south of Elm Creek, Nebraska. We feature 38 pull thru spots available with 30/50 amp service, water and sewer. Other amenities include waterfall shower heads in private showers and restrooms, laundry facilities and WiFi. The park is only a half mile from I-80 making it a great place to stop off for the night, or stay longer! Elm Creek is a small, charming town with places to to eat or buy groceries and gas. The park is also 15 miles from Kearney so it's convenient for families visiting for graduation or school events. The park accepts Passport America and Coast to Coast members. We have great prices on weekly, and monthly visits. Come visit today and enjoy The 4 Seasons RV Park.
Goodland KOA JourneyThis award-winning KOA is an oasis of green lawns and mature shade trees less than a mile from I-70. It's a great place to refresh and regroup! After a long day on the road, take a dip in the pool or just enjoy the abundant flowers. You'll find 30/50-amp, full-hookup pull-thru RV sites, back-in RV sites, basic water and electric sites and tent sites. Or try a Cabin with A/C for hot summer days! Free Wi-Fi is offered throughout the park. And you can now rent an RV for your trip and have it delivered to the Goodland KOA based on our partnership with RVshare. Click here to see a list of local RVs that can be delivered right to the campground!Goodland's High Plains Museum contains a replica of America's first patented helicopter, built by two local men in 1909. Near the city park, a giant 32-foot-high replica of Vincent van Gogh's famous sunflower painting rises on an 80-foot easel, a tribute to Kansas' status as the Sunflower State. Less than an hour north of Goodland, hike and mountain bike on quiet country roads dotted with yucca and prairie flowers throughout the rugged Arikaree Breaks, a cluster of badlands along the Arikaree River. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 95 feet.
Cuzn Eddyz CampgroundAt Cuzn Eddyz we want to offer a place for you and your family to stop and have a relaxing vacation away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Enjoy the picturesque windmill display and the baseball field where you can play under the lights.We hope that you will enjoy your stay and want to return to our campground in the future.Cuzn Eddyz is located just off the junction of Highway 2 and 92 at Merna, Nebraska in the heart of the sandhills. It is a quick 10 mile drive to Broken Bow that has several eating and bar establishments. It is also close to Anselmo, Arnold, Callaway and Sargent Nebraska.
Lafayette Park CampgroundLafayette Park Campground in Street Gothenburg, Nebraska features 30/50 amp electric and water hookup sites. Visitors have access to showers, restrooms, dump station, large spaces, walking trails, playground, horseshoe courts along with a Girl and Boys Scout Campground. All sites offer plenty of shade and the grounds are kept immaculate! Whether it's for a night or two, we hope to see you soon! Open April 1st to October 31st - November through March NO water - ONLY electric - open only for self-contained campers.
Kearney RV Park and CampgroundKearney’s only full service campground offers easy access to Interstate 80 and the community of Kearney, NE. Enjoy Kearney’s wide variety of activities, all within easy reach, including restaurants, hike and bike trails, shopping and cultural activities.
Van's Lakeview Fishing Camp, IncThe campground at Van’s Lakeview is located right along the sandy beaches. We have close to 100 hook-ups to water and electricity, of which 16 of those are full hook-ups. For those that want to “rough it”, we have primitive sites available. See all rates below. We also have a dump station available for those without a full hook-up. Our general store holds almost everything you may have forgotten or run out of.
Mormon Island State Recreation AreaNamed for the winter stopover used by Mormon emigrants heading westward, Mormon Island State Recreation Area still offers comfort and conveniences to campers and other travelers on Interstate 80, as part of Nebraska's unique "Chain of Lakes." The first of these areas developed was Mormon Island. This area and companion Windmill SRA near Gibbon are the most intensely developed, because of their ready access to travelers. Mormon Island SRA hosts a spectacular gathering each spring, as hundreds of thousands of sandhill cranes stop to rest and pursue their courtship rituals. The world's largest concentration of these magnificent birds draws thousands of visitors to the region every year. Mormon Island lies on the eastern edge of this spring migration route. Arriving in early to mid-February, the numbers peak about mid to late March. The cranes spend their days feeding and engaging in colorful courtship dances. After the first of April, the birds start flying to northern breeding grounds and are usually gone by mid-April. A variety of geese, ducks, and other waterfowl also come to the area before heading farther north. Ask park personnel for more information about the best times and locations to view these impressive wildlife displays. Fishing, non-powered boating, and boats with electric motors are permitted on the lake. Fish species available include: Largemouth bass, walleye, channel catfish, and bluegill. Of course, anglers must have a fishing permit, available at the office. There are picnic facilities, a shelter house, and restrooms. Swimming is allowed only at the marked swimming beach. Change houses are provided.
Bader ParkDisconnect from the worries of the world and reconnect with yourself when you spend time in the outdoors of Bader Memorial Park. Nestled between the Platte and Wood Rivers, Bader Park features 35 RV camping sites, 15 tent camping sites, 6 miles of hiking trails, 5 fishing lakes, and a sandy beach for swimming. With us, you can enjoy many outdoor activities and create memories you ’ll remember for a long time to come. Whether you stay the night or just a day trip, it will be time well spent!We welcome guests from all over Nebraska and beyond!
Pony Express RV ParkWe have 20 full service sites. Electric, water, and sewer on each site. Four sites have 50 amp service. Easy access from I-70. Located across the state line in Julesburg, Colorado, just under 28 miles from Lodgepole, the Pony Express and RV Park marks the historic location of a Pony Express station. While this campground doesn't offer primitive sites, the Pony Express and RV Park features full-service RV hookups and an on-site convenience store. In Julesburg, campers can enjoy abundant hunting and birdwatching as well as fishing on DePoorter Lake. Bathrooms and showers are across the street at the welcome center.
Maskenthine Recreation AreaMaskenthine Lake Recreation Area is located ten miles east of Norfolk, Nebraska in the rolling hills of north-central Stanton County.Constructed in 1976, the dam provides flood control for the town of Stanton, one and one-half miles south of the lake. The area is approximately 680 acres in size, including the 100 acre lake, which provides many recreational activities to the public.The lake is a popular fishery in the district, and is stocked by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Other recreational activities include hunting, boating, picnicking, hiking, camping and swimming. An arboretum has been established on the east side of the lake. Other tree plantings and windbreaks are located throughout the area. No park permit or fee is required for entrance.
Maple Creek Recreation AreaMaple Creek Recreation Area is part of the original Maple Creek Watershed project. In 2000, the Village Board of Leigh requested that the LENRD reconsider this structure. Feasibility studies by Olsson Associates were favorable and funding was obtained from Nebraska Department of Natural Resources Development Fund (NRDF), Motorboat Access Fund through Game & Parks Commission and Nebraska Department of Roads for Highway 91.
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