Within 2 miles from Hwy 71, you can Park your RV or pull behind trailer at our site and let the meadowlarks sing you awake with their unique and beautiful song. Open your eyes to the rosy hue of a prairie dawn, right outside the beautiful Gering, Nebraska.  

These sites have access to 20 amp electricity but plan to use your own extension cord. both located near our cor

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Within 2 miles from Hwy 71, you can Park your RV or pull behind trailer at our site and let the meadowlarks sing you awake with their unique and beautiful song. Open your eyes to the rosy hue of a prairie dawn, right outside the beautiful Gering, Nebraska.  

These sites have access to 20 amp electricity but plan to use your own extension cord. both located near our corral, and right near our delicious well water pump access. You are welcome to use a generator at any of our sites.

No matter where you camp on this property, you will take in a stunning view, with easy access to the 200 acres of private land bordering the Scotts Bluff National Monument. The land features a beautiful canyon, and Oregon Trail era prairie, which is home to a wide variety of wildlife. Tigger and Kit, our two senior horses, will likely be curious to meet you, and the gorgeous herd of red Hereford cattle that summer with us in the nearby pasture will probably come take a look at you.

Delicious, fresh water is provided from the underground aquifer and you are welcome to fill up as much as you need to.  Gray water dumping (only) is allowed.

No open flames or fires are allowed anywhere except in the communal fire pit provided, and only when conditions are safe to do so. Ask Lisa if a fire is possible when you check in. Fireworks during  Independence Day are expressly forbidden.  

The land features beautiful canyons full of berry trees, wildflowers, yucca, cactus, wild catnip, a wide array of native prairie grasses and medicinal plants. Let the sweeping view expand your consciousness.  

In addition to the canyon and vast prairie on our land, hikers may legally enjoy hiking and climbing at varying degrees of challenge on the national park land which belongs to the people of the United States, and is part of the visual landscape of this site. Climbing Dome Rock is prohibited, however one may hike to the bottom "rung" and enjoy the stunning view of the whole valley. 

We are inclusive: No matter who you are. No matter the color of your skin. No matter who you love. All people are welcome here.

Site rules:  

We have two dog companions on the farm, and each is a working dog. Charley, a medium-sized lovable mutt, and Cyrus, a gentle giant Great Pyrenees, are both greeters, so let us know if this makes you feel uncomfortable and we'll keep them in the house when you arrive. Meet and greet check in is from 4 p.m. until dark. If you will be arriving after dark, please check with us so we can help you to navigate the site without a meet and greet. We have only one site that is safe for after dark check ins, so please let us know in advance what your needs are.

Pets allowed only by special permission.  MESSAGE THE HOST BEFORE BOOKING. Unleashed pets are not allowed on the property specifically because of the risk posed by coyotes and rattlesnakes; however, leashed animals are welcome with permission by the host.

While allowed in the campsite, no glass containers of any kind are allowed on the prairie. 

No firearms allowed anywhere on the property.

Wildflowers exist on the prairie and should not be picked nor should stones, antlers or artifacts be removed. Likewise, wildlife homes are evident on the land in the form of burrows or holes in the sides of the canyon and on the prairie. It is extremely dangerous to investigate these holes, for they are another beast's home, and tragedy may result.  Please do not insert anything into the burrows or holes. 

A trash can is provided at the home site (where the meet and greet takes place) for use when you leave the site.  There is no sewage dump provided, though gray dumping is welcome. You are responsible for your own refuse (leave nothing behind in the campsite nor on the prairie).  

All Federal and Nebraska state laws are recognized on this land. 

You are responsible for your own safety, pay attention where you put your feet and your hands while hiking.  The campsite and prairie grounds are on uneven ground, step carefully.  

Guests should wear appropriate shoes and long pants, as this is wild natural land where *rattlesnakes make their home.

*A note about snakes and other wildlife:   While a variety of snakes are mostly seen in the canyon, on the rock hills, sometimes on the road near and around our corral area, it is not likely you will see one. Should you encounter any snake on the prairie: Slowly back away and exit the area. Under no circumstances should you approach the snake, follow the snake, or try to tease or hurt the snake. If for some reason you are bitten by a rattlesnake, stay calm and immediately call 911. At the earliest possible time, please report any sightings and general location to the camp host.  

Other wildlife seen in this area include: Meadowlark, Great Horned Owl, White Tailed Deer, Coyote, Opossum, Raccoon, Skunk, Badger, Fox, and a variety of birds of prey.  

Coyotes are generally not interested in people, but do protect the boundaries of their territory.  If you encounter a coyote: Stand your ground and make yourself as large as possible. Slowly back away from the animal while making a menacing sound. Do not run nor turn your back on the animal. 

 Note:   Those who do not follow the site rules will be asked to leave immediately.  

RV only area
Vans and truck campers, trailers, RVs
3 sites
Up to 6 guests per site
Park at listing
No wheelchair access
Essentials
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Fire ban in effect
Amenities
Potable water available
Wifi available
No kitchen
No showers
No picnic table
Pack it out
Camping vehicle details
Electrical hookup available
Water hookup available
Generators allowed
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
Pull-through site
Max length 35ft
Accommodates slideouts
Surface type: grass or field
Surface levelness: requires leveling
  • Check in: After 5PM
  • Check out: Before 1PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 2 nights
  • Accepts bookings: 9 months out
  • Response time: Within an hour
  • Response rate: 100%

Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Wildlife watching

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Biking
Hiking
Climbing

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Rose Hill's RV Spots in Nebraska.

Desert
Canyon
Field
Farm
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Hipcamper Deborah

Stunning!

Deborah B.
recommends this listing.
(Basecamp 3)
October 2nd, 2021

We are just leaving Rose Hills RV spot and feeling filled up. What stunning scenery including geological formations and corn fields stretching out as far as the eye can see. Lisa was delightful as where her horses and dogs. We hope to be back.

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Hipcamper Mike

Beautifully isolated

Mike F.
recommends this listing.
(Basecamp 2)
September 26th, 2021

Easy access, welcoming hostess, pleasant hiking

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Hipcamper Kyle
Kyle K.
recommends this listing.
(Basecamp 2)
August 9th, 2021

One of the best locations EVER! The view and access to Scotts Bluff is unparalleled .

Hipcamper Christina
Christina H.
recommends this listing.
(Basecamp 3)
August 7th, 2021

Super fun! We got to be out in the fields (basically) right at the bottom of the bluff. Lisa showed us a great little hike that we did in the morning with the kids. Really enjoyed this tucked away treasure.

Hipcamper ANTHONY

Amazing location!

Anthony D.
recommends this listing.
(Basecamp 1)
July 26th, 2021

Great place in an amazing location. Very simple, but the privacy and the surroundings are simply unsurpassed. There is room for at least two, possibly three large RVS but only 20 amp power. We were able to run two rv's off it but only one air-conditioner.

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Hipcamper Lisa and Frank
Response from Lisa and Frank, the Host, on July 29th, 2021

Thanks so much for the feedback, Anthony. Upgrading our electrical output is our top priority before the start of the 2022 season. We appreciate your kind remarks about our site, and the helpful insight.

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Hipcamper Wayne

Quiet spot with breathtaking views!

Wayne P.
recommends this listing.
(Basecamp 3)
July 17th, 2021

Our family of 5 really enjoyed our stay. A very quiet property with delicious cold well water. Lisa is a great host and even brought one of her chickens to greet us. We loved meeting the horses in the pasture and seeing the cows that came to check us out. The best part was hiking up and on to the National Park Service lands. Breathtaking views - we’d love to come back and explore some more.

View from the campsite. Rose Hill's RV SpotsView from one of the ridges. Wish we had time to climb to the top!
Hipcamper Lisa and Frank
Response from Lisa and Frank, the Host, on July 17th, 2021

Thank you so much, Wayne and family! We really enjoyed having you here, and are now totally addicted to Mateo's Gourmet Salsa, thanks to your lovely gift. Thank you, and please do visit again. - Lisa and Frank

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Hipcamper Brie
Brie S.
recommends this listing.
(Basecamp 3)
June 28th, 2021

The view is beautiful! Great hiking opportunities nearby! Lisa and Frank were very accommodating on our arrival time.

Hipcamper Frank

The perfect campsite for rqd racers

Frank P.
recommends this listing.
(Basecamp 3)
June 21st, 2021

We came to Gering for the Robidoux Quick n Dirty gravel race, and absolutely lucked out by staying with Lisa and Frank. They're amazing and compassionate hosts, and they really care about connecting with their guests on a deeper level than most other B&B hosts I've stayed with. They have a great plot of land, which is perfect for campers and gravel racers looking to immerse themselves in the Nebraska countryside. You'll be only 1.5 miles up the hill from the start/finish of RQD (And actually directly on the course depending on the route the year you visit). You'll wake up to views of the expansive prairie and bluffs surrounding the Scottsbluff National Monument, complete with grazing cattle and horses dotting the landscape. Lisa and Frank brought us fresh eggs from their chickens, and gave us great recommendations about food (The mixing Bowl!) and activities in the area. We had an amazing stay, and can't wait to come back next year!

Hipcamper Christine
Christine B.
recommends this listing.
(Basecamp 3)
April 29th, 2021

We were hoping to wake up to a view of the bluffs. Unfortunately it rained heavily just before we arrived, and the road to the site was not passable.

Frank and Lisa made sure we were comfortable in an alternate location, and we had a quiet and restful sleep.

We did get to enjoy the beautiful view the next morning before we left, and Lisa gave us fresh eggs that we thoroughly enjoyed for breakfast.

Thanks to Jeff and Lisa for making us comfortable in a rainy situation.

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