Though it’s a small city, Omaha has a big history. In the 1800s, Lewis and Clark met with Native American people here on their way west. Today, modern adventurers camp along the Missouri River and Nebraska prairies. From any local campsite or RV park, it’s easy to hike, bike, boat, and fish. Start your RV or tent camping trip at Platte River State Park; or, book a glamping cabin. Hike or bike miles of trails, or launch your canoe in the river. Just to the east, Louisville State Recreation Area has 283 campsites with picnic tables. Kids love the floating playground, and paddlers float in peace—there are no motors allowed. North of Omaha, sleep next to the water at Glenn Cunningham Lake. Nearby, you can hit the links at local golf courses. Toward Lincoln, Eugene T. Mahoney State Park is a family favorite. Cool off in the aquatic center, take a trail ride, or relax in a park cabin. In the winter, try ice skating or cross-country skiing.