RV parks & camping near Omaha, Nebraska with campfires

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8 top RV sites near Omaha with campfires


Horse Creek Adventures

26 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents170 acres · Sidney, Fremont
Horse Creek Adventures is a 170 acre ranch that provides an opportunity for visitors to stay one night or several days to enjoy the land and area sights. You have your choice as to how you want to stay. Our "off the grid" cabins offer a special opportunity to camp with a roof. The cabins are extremely popular! Check out the information about them and then check the photos posted by quests and read their reviews to give you lots of ideas of how you could enjoy these one of a kind sites. Tenting is available all over the 170 acres. You can tent by the pond; on top of the hill, or in a valley. These sites allow you to "get away from it all" and let the stress melt away. We have tenting sites close to a road to give you flexibility to see local attractions while enjoying the whole 170 acres. Lastly, we have RV hook-ups with 119, 30 amps and 50 amps The land is part of the famous Loess Hills. There are hilltops to take in the breath taking views and valleys surrounded by trees. A pond full of trophy sized bass , catch and release, no license required. Wildlife abounds including a wide variety of birds. We have been described by avid birders as a rich place for birding. The area is rich with history-Lewis and Clark; French Canadian trappers and their Lakota wives established French Villages; Mormons came through here on the way to Utah; Jesse James played cards. Waubonsie State Park is close with hiking trails and seven miles of Horse trails. At night you can use a portable corral to have your horse close. End the day around a campfire, look at the stars and the lightening bugs and be serenaded to sleep by the coyotes and whip-poor-wills Enjoy !!
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City Explorers Stampede

1 site · RV1 acre · La Vista, Sarpy
Welcome adventurers, inner city adventures await you! We are centralized right in the heart of the city, close to many must see attractions. Kayak (2 person) rental is available. Firepit, charcoal grill and a telescope (by request) are avilailable. Additional add on services are offered if one should enjoy Reiki, card readings and or a homemade warm breakfast ($8-10 per depending on meal). Prebooking of additional add on's are required before visit to accommodate your custom experience. Explore what Omaha has to offer.
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The Fence-Post

21 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Little Sioux, Harrison
I am located to the West of Interstate 29 off exit 95 halfway between Omaha, Nebraska and Sioux City, Iowa. It is near where the Little Sioux River meets the Missouri River. There is river access with bank fishing and a boat ramp. The Loess Hills are nearby and the state forest. There are small lakes in the surrounding areas and Lewis and Clark parks with beautiful views.
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Little Rivers Edge RV Park and Camp

21 sites · RVs, Tents7 acres · Syracuse, Otoe
City life from Lincoln and Omaha can feel a little tight sometimes. Little Rivers Edge is a wonderful spacious camp ground for the perfect weekend get away being only 30 minutes down the road. Just a mile outside of Syracuse gives you all the convenience of the town without any of the crowded feeling. So...light a fire and play in the river! We hope you enjoy our little piece of heaven and meet some friends along the way.
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Rock Creek Retreet Center

1 site · RV, Tent12 acres · Davey, Lancaster
We have a very cool .5 mile nature trail that goes through an amazing tree line leading back to a viewing area with an amazing, magical giant Cottonwood Tree. We also have chickens, horses, cats and dogs to visit while you are here. There is also an orchard, creeks, and beautiful sunrises and sunsets to enjoy! Not to mention the beautiful night sky! (Please note: The horses we foster are here August - May. They spend the summer at a non-profit kids camp in Ashland.) We also have a picnic table and campfire site for your use.
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Diesel Rodeo Production

4 sites · RVs, Tents65 acres · Nebraska City, Otoe
We are an active equine facility with indoor and outdoor arenas. We have 65 acres with a nice 5 acre pond that you can catch and release some nice bass and crappie. We offer plug in for larger campers or find a spot to pitch your tent down by the creek and unwind. We are located 10 minutes from Nebraska City
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Equality Farm and Foods

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Emerson, Montgomery
We are a 5 acre farm farm minutes from multiple small towns with hidden treasures. We are minutes from highway 59 and 34. And close to I80 and I29. Our farm has goats, donkeys, chickens, quail and many more fun animals. We are a truck ride away from many lakes and rivers. Our property has amazing views and is perfect for star gazing. We are close to the Omaha metro, St Joe and Des Moines. We have fiber optic internet and can accommodate most needs in assure a comfortable stay. We would love to show you shopping, kayaking, apple picking, restaurants, foods, bike trails, flowers farms, farm stands and many more exciting adventures.
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Quiet Countryside Retreat

2 sites · RVs40 acres · Nebraska City, Otoe
Enjoy a quiet countryside retreat on the farm which sits on 40 acres just south of Nebraska City, NE. 2 miles off the nearest highway, boasting beautiful views of the countryside an easy drive from the city. Discover all the farm has to offer from hand picking fruit in the orchard, walking through the country gardens, exploring the 100+year old barn or spending time connecting with family. RV electric & water hookup, & dumpsite available.
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RV camping near Omaha with campfires guide

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.

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