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The 10 best camping spots in Nebraska.

From the rolling rivers to the rolling prairie, there's never a still moment in Nebraska.

River Nymph Rendezvous
Kelly
Kelly: This was the perfect rest stop on my cross-country trip from DC to Denver! I texted with Kristy to let...
Equine Woodlands
Scottie
Scottie: Equine Woodlands is a traditional campground with amenities for the equestrian inclined. If you have a...
It only takes a night of camping in Nebraska to discover that there's far more than farmland in this Great Plains state. From the Badlands of the northwest to the winding rivers of the east, Nebraska is a diverse landscape of rolling plains and rugged terrain ready to be explored, along with plenty of options to satisfy any type of camper. Eastern Nebraska is the place for Read more...
It only takes a night of camping in Nebraska to discover that there's far more than farmland in this Great Plains state. From the Badlands of the northwest to the winding rivers of the east, Nebraska is a diverse landscape of rolling plains and rugged terrain ready to be explored, along with plenty of options to satisfy any type of camper. Eastern Nebraska is the place for quintessential camping in state parks, where forested rolling hills and fresh, clear streams are ideal for tent camping under the stars. Venture to the northwest corner of the state to experience the badlands at Toadstool Geologic Park, where camping, hiking and water sports are easy to come by in the Oglala National Grassland. Much of the state's best camping can be found along the Missouri River, which encircles the state's northern and eastern borders. A historically large presence of Native American tribes around the Missouri River makes this region especially worthy of a visit, and river camping opportunities make it easy to pitch the tent and stay awhile.
The Sanctuary
Jonathan
Jonathan: Pitch you tent in our back pasture next to the walnut grove, or in the sanctuary (a linear food...
Rose Hill's Peaceful Prairie
Liza
Liza: Pitch your tent in the field grass under beautiful old shade trees surrounding our communal fire...
Nebraska was once referred to as "The Great American Desert."
Wilson Island Campground
There is a reason Wilson Island campground is a popular place to pitch your tent, it’s spectacular!...
Chief White Crane Campground
Chief White Crane Campground is a large, developed campground right on the banks of Lake Yankton. This...
The world's largest indoor rainforest is the Lied Jungle, located right in Omaha.
Chadron Campground
Frolf it up at Chadron Campground, where Frisbee-golf is just one little fish in a sea of outdoor fun....
Little Creek Campground
You might have trouble convincing Teddy Roosevelt that E. T. Mahoney is a State Park, what with its...
There are more miles of river in Nebraska than in any other state.
Red Cloud Campground
Keep the fam smiling with a simple camping getaway anytime cabin fever starts spreading through the...