Shepherd’s Rest is a non profit goat and sheep rescue located on 13 acres of land adjacent to the scenic Indian Creek. In addition to the rescue goats and sheep on property, we have abundant wildlife including deer, turkey, quail and red Fox. The camping area is private and cannot be seen from the house or road. You can find information and pictures on our website shepherds
Shepherd’s Rest is a non profit goat and sheep rescue located on 13 acres of land adjacent to the scenic Indian Creek. In addition to the rescue goats and sheep on property, we have abundant wildlife including deer, turkey, quail and red Fox. The camping area is private and cannot be seen from the house or road. You can find information and pictures on our website shepherdsrestrescue.com. Be sure to check the website for special events including goat yoga classes and our annual Goats Music and Model A’s Festival. Call e02-580-5299 with questions or to book your stay!
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 93%
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We had a great time camping on Jen's land. Our tent camping spot was a great size and trails around the property were nicely maintained. We were across from a lovely field with a creek on the other side. We had fun exploring the creek and got to see a turkey family. Great stargazing as well. Jen was really generous in showing us around her goat rescue and she let our 12 year old help feed the animals at dinnertime. All around fun time and Jen is a great host. We will be back!
A perfect camping experience!! Jen's goat sanctuary and camping area is a dream come true. If we lived in Nebraska we would be going back regularly. We loved getting to meet her goats, sheep, llama, mini cow and mini horse, taking a leisurely meadow walk to our site, then spending a restful evening by the fire. If you're ready for some snuggly animals and stargazing, this is the place for you. So great!
Goats! and a great host. <3
Jen was so thoughtful. There was supposed to be bad weather so she set us up in a special spot to be protected from the storm. I wasn't 100% sure if I parked the van in the right spot so she came down to check on us, even though it was getting late.
In the morning we went on a little tour to meet the goats. I really enjoyed it and I'm so impressed with what she's doing. I would recommend this unique place and why not support saving goats!
Didn't stay but still recommending
Unfortunately we didn't actually get to come and camp here because we were tent camping and the site got rained out. I would still 100% recommend coming here though. Jen our host was nice enough to call the night before to let us know about the rain so we could make plans for a hotel in the area. She also let us come and see the goats and animals even though we weren't going to be camping there. Overall a really nice Lady doing some amazing things for these animals, with some beautiful property.
Diamond in nebraska
Best camping spot in Nebraska. Host was prepared for my arrival.
Views are second to none. Go check it out; you’ll be glad you did!
Serene sines up my 2night stay. Thanks so much Jen.
Unique, serene, fun
Jen was a gracious, hospitable and patient host--we loved meeting learning about the goats and other animals in her care, and the kids enjoyed running along the trails. The campsite was private/secluded enough for a very good night's sleep. Thanks for the memorable stay!
A must if you love animals
We had a lovely time tent camping here one night, in late Sept. A rather private tent spot, great view of the stars. Loved meeting Jen, she's obviously so passionate about what she does! She took us on a tour to meet the animals, even though they were 'in bed' for the night. Each animal has a name, a personality, a back story. We met some wild turkeys and turklettes too! We were passing through Nebraska from Minnesota to Utah - what a memorable stop. I'd go here again for sure!