If you can brave the bumpy 1 mile road off HWY 385, you will find a quiet place to park and enjoy Western Nebraska’s beautiful sunsets on the prairie. We have a place to dump sewer, fresh water hookup, electric (30A and 50A) or area to disperse camp. I have some tools and an air compressor in the shop if you need a space to make some repairs before heading up to the Black
If you can brave the bumpy 1 mile road off HWY 385, you will find a quiet place to park and enjoy Western Nebraska’s beautiful sunsets on the prairie. We have a place to dump sewer, fresh water hookup, electric (30A and 50A) or area to disperse camp. I have some tools and an air compressor in the shop if you need a space to make some repairs before heading up to the Black Hills. Also have spot to water your horses.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 50%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
If you bring your own horses, we have 40 acres to ride and spot to water them.
Natural features you'll find at R & R on the little prairie! in Nebraska.
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We had a wonderful stay at R&R on the prairie! It has the best hipcamp amenities of any that we stayed at. Water, electric and a dump station are on site. It is also conveniently located just 10 minutes from the town of Alliance where you can access a laundromat and grocery store. Vern was an excellent host. He met us to show us where everything was located and saw us off. He told us a little bit about the agriculture in the area...Just a kind and interesting guy! We would definitely book again if we were in the area. Thanks Vern for sharing your property with us for a few days!
Full hookups and farmland views!
This property was such a gem! Vern (Ryan’s dad) was expecting me and drove out to the main road to meet me so he could follow me in because it had rained earlier and he wanted to be sure I could navigate the slick mud. It wasn’t terrible but I’m really new at pulling a trailer so I thought it was especially kind of Vern to meet me. I must say, the road was very slick and, having never driven on anything other than pavement, it was really reassuring to have Vern following my rig and I didn’t get too worried when my truck started to buck and slide. The property has lots of parking options but if you want the full hookups like I did, you’ll be parked by Vern’s huge, well stocked shop. I stayed 6 days and barely heard or saw another human. The sound of trains blowing their horns off in the distance was so pleasant. I was visited by an antelope not 20 feet from me and I felt completely safe. It is such a peaceful spot! Thank you, Vern, for hosting me and thank you, Ryan, for creating this listing!
Well worth the stay. a+
Vern (Ryan’s father) was a great host. Our first Hip Camp and it couldn’t have been better. Vern has a great place with available water, electricity and dump station. His metal art work is outstanding as well as the sunsets and star gazing that his property provides.
A real pleasure.