6 pull-through hook ups with water and 30/50 amp. Dump station on site. Flushable toilet (closed Nov-May) on site. Water hydrants. We are located in the northwest corner of Nebraska, 1 mile east of Agate Fossil Beds National Monument. *Use Agate Fossil Beds on your gps. Perfect layover on your way to the Black Hills of South Dakota. Honor box also available.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Very basic place. I brought a tent and you’re basically setting it up in the middle of an unmowed prairie. No shade at all which is expected in this part of the country. In the end I only stayed one night because I couldn’t handle the sun, so some type of shade canopy would be great at this time of the year. With all of that being said, I do highly recommend this place. Very secluded, sometimes with hours passing between cars passing you by on the gravel road where the pavement truly does end. I took my time at Agate and enjoyed the hikes and the museum. Also visited Scotsbluff but honestly Agate was more interesting to me. I was the only camper so if you’re looking for a secluded spot; this may be the place for you! Like another poster noted, I was able to get a cell signal by climbing the nearby rocks (Verizon)
Remote with modern convenience
Since Agate Fossil Beds was our destination, we were pleased to have a campground so close. Would recommend this site for any RV, as there is plenty of room. No shade, but it is Nebraska... The sites were a bit unlevel but they plan to work on that this next season. Electric and water hookups were welcome as it was 90 degrees during our stay. Nice hosts! Met them on arrival. Campground was not full, even for a holiday weekend. Stars are incredible at night! Appreciate the dump station. We will be back!
The host Donna and her husband were hospitable and accomodating. The scenery was beautiful and you can explore looking for fossil rocks. The price was very reasonable, it was $25 for RV parking which included electrical and water hookups. There is a dump station on the premises too. I would stay there again.
Friendly FYI: make sure to grab enough gas, food, water and other necessities before going there as there are no services for about 30+ miles.
Middle of nowhere
We stayed through the Memorial Day weekend and we had the campground all to ourselves. Beautiful night sky. We have a Winegard ConnecT2 with OTR AT&T plan and had great Internet. Donna, who owns the campground is super sweet. The monument Agate Fossil is about a mile away. That is about it for things to do. You are in the middle of nowhere. Electric and water on site with a dumpstation.
At $25 a night we feel that is a bit on the high side for what you get.