Branched Oak SRA

Raymond, NE

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Accommodation types

  • rv

Enjoy these amenities

ADA Accessible
Bathrooms
BBQ/Grill
Boat Launch
Food on Site
Garbage

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Branched Oak, 2 1/2 miles. N of Malcolm via S-55M, is the largest of the Salt Valley Lakes near Lincoln, encompassing 5,595 acres with 1,800Branched Oak State Recreation Area features the largest lake in eastern Nebraska and has long been a popular spot for fishing, boating, and camping. Approximately 1,800 acres of water, along with well-maintained campsites, two swimming beaches, hiking trails, and an equestrian campground draw visitors from near and far. A marina offers fuel, bait, boat rental, concessions, and a bar and grill. acres of water. The campgrounds have restrooms, showers, drinking water, and 4 dump stations. There are 338 pad sites and ample space for primitive camping.

Fun things to do and experience

Activities on or nearby this property

Biking
Boating
Canoeing / Kayaking
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback Riding

Here’s where it’s located

Directions

12000 W Branched Oak Rd, Raymond, NE 68428

Directions

Scenic views

Lake

Accommodation types

  • rv

Enjoy these amenities

ADA Accessible
Bathrooms
BBQ/Grill
Boat Launch
Food on Site
Garbage

Let us tell you more

Branched Oak, 2 1/2 miles. N of Malcolm via S-55M, is the largest of the Salt Valley Lakes near Lincoln, encompassing 5,595 acres with 1,800Branched Oak State Recreation Area features the largest lake in eastern Nebraska and has long been a popular spot for fishing, boating, and camping. Approximately 1,800 acres of water, along with well-maintained campsites, two swimming beaches, hiking trails, and an equestrian campground draw visitors from near and far. A marina offers fuel, bait, boat rental, concessions, and a bar and grill. acres of water. The campgrounds have restrooms, showers, drinking water, and 4 dump stations. There are 338 pad sites and ample space for primitive camping.

Fun things to do and experience

Activities on or nearby this property

Biking
Boating
Canoeing / Kayaking
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback Riding

Here’s where it’s located

Directions

12000 W Branched Oak Rd, Raymond, NE 68428

Directions

Scenic views

Lake

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Electric

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Fire Pit
Picnic Table

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House rules for a happy stay

Policies

Campfires Allowed

No refunds

Rules & regulations

CHECK IN AND OUT SCHEDULE- If you check out early, the unused portion of your payment will be forfeited.

Office Details
Office Hours are Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Rest of the year hours are 8 - 4:30 Monday - Friday

A Nebraska State Park Permit is required to enter this park area. A Nebraska Licensed Vehicle Park Entry Permit is $30 for an Annual Permit, $15 for a Duplicate Annual Permit (used for that second vehicle in your family) or a Daily Permit which is $6 per day you are staying. A Non-Nebraska Licensed Vehicle Park Entry Permit is $60, $30 for a Duplicate Annual Permit or a Daily Permit which is $12 per day. You may purchase your Park Permit prior to your stay by shopping online at OutdoorNebraska.org.All vehicles entering a Nebraska Park Area are required to have a valid park entry permit.

ATTENTION - Firewood Alert:
Voluntary Firewood Restriction

If you have brought firewood from another state, please burn it immediately and do not transport it to another location. Many invasive pests are being transported across our country in firewood. The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is a serious pest that is near Nebraska's border. Your cooperation to help prevent EAB from invading Nebraska woodlands and landscapes is vital to protecting our valuable natural resources.

If you need additional firewood, your options are:

1) Purchase firewood at parks that sell it.

2) Purchase firewood at vendors near many parks.

3) Gather dead firewood laying on the ground within park boundaries.

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