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The 20 best camping spots in Nebraska.

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

Whitetail Campground

1. Whitetail Campground

Gallop through the prairie on your own American safari at the Nebraska National Forests and Grasslands. Try to spot black-footed ferrets, prairie...

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Bessey Family Campground

2. Bessey Family Campground

We don't know about you, but we love a good camping trip where we get to spot something we've never seen before. At Bessey Family Campground,...

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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.
Natick Horse Camp

3. Natick Horse Camp

Hit the prairie in the Nebraska National Forests and Grasslands and find freedom on the back of your trusty steed. Then settle in for the night at...

Smith Falls Campground

4. Smith Falls Campground

Smith Falls is Nebraska’s PYT. Not just gorgeous, she’s also the newest park in the state! And this Pretty Young Thing lets you fall asleep to the...

The world's largest indoor rainforest is the Lied Jungle, located right in Omaha.
River Nymph Rendezvous
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5. River Nymph Rendezvous

Pitch your tent next to the Shell Creek, access to a picnic table and a fire ring. Two minute walk to the Produce And Coffee shop. You will have...

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Niobrara Campground

6. Niobrara Campground

Get away without giving up. Niobrara Campground offers up the best of wilderness and modern conveniences. You can embark on a trail ride guided by...

There are more miles of river in Nebraska than in any other state.
Springfield Campground

7. Springfield Campground

Find yourself a little slice of heaven down by the ol’ Missouri River in southeastern South Dakota. Pack up the car or load the RV with your...

Equine Woodlands
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8. Equine Woodlands

Secluded campground to enjoy your equine or not , camping and hiking and riding our beautiful wooded and open meadow trails. Birdwatching. Or...

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The word "nebraska" comes from the Oto Indian word meaning "flat water."
Gavin's Point Campground

9. Gavin's Point Campground

Lewis and Clark Recreation Area is one of the most popular outdoor destinations in the state parks system. And it’s no wonder—the campsites and...

West Midway Campground

10. West Midway Campground

West Midway Campground features fine gravel pads that make for smooth driving within the campground. Most sites are surrounded by lush grass on...

Arbor Day first began in Nebraska as a way to encourage tree planting, and the holiday quickly spread across the nation.
East Midway Campground

11. East Midway Campground

With enough greenery to make even the Jolly Green Giant feel right at home, East Midway Campground features sites ranging from full sun to partial...

Yankton Campground

12. Yankton Campground

A solid campground for RVs of all sizes, Yankton Campground has plenty of level terrain and easy access to the shimmering waters of the lake....

Chief White Crane Campground

13. Chief White Crane Campground

Chief White Crane Campground is a large, developed campground right on the banks of Lake Yankton. This spot is great for groups and families—bring...

Pierson Ranch Campground

14. Pierson Ranch Campground

Time for a good old-fashioned weekend of family camping down by the Missouri River, at the Pierson Ranch Recreation Area. With all the usual...

Red Cloud Campground

15. Red Cloud Campground

Keep the fam smiling with a simple camping getaway anytime cabin fever starts spreading through the house. Red Cloud Campground is an easy-access,...

Chadron Campground

16. Chadron Campground

Frolf it up at Chadron Campground, where Frisbee-golf is just one little fish in a sea of outdoor fun. Tennis, swimming, paddleboats, horseback...

Ponca Campground

17. Ponca Campground

Who says Congress never gets anything done? These scenic, 59 miles of unchannelized Missouri River are untamed and open for recreation, thanks to...

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Elks

18. Elks

Elks Campground is located at the north end of the park, with some of the campsites on the shore of the lake and others a very short walk away....

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Inlet Grove

19. Inlet Grove

Southsiiiiide! Inlet Grove Campground is located just inside the south entrance of North Sterling (that makes sense, right?) and offers sites for...

Chimney View

20. Chimney View

Chimney View is the most basic campground in North Sterling, and that's not an insult. Instead, it means simplicity, space, and a trail that goes...