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The best camping near Indian Cave State Park

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Indian Cave adventure.

68% (11 reviews)
68% (11 reviews)

Okay, fine, it's not really a cave. You won't care, though, once you explore this fascinating park.

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Horse Creek Adventures

26 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents170 acres 路 Sidney, IA
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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Fun Family Farm - Overview

18 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents120 acres 路 Robinson, KS
Fun Family Farm (FFF) near Robinson, KS is an organic farm where our hobby is creating fun! This entry is to give you an overview of the farm and also in case you want to hold a laid-back, nature-oriented, special event at the FFF, where our mantra is, 鈥渘othing will be perfect, but everything will be fine.鈥 So, if you are looking for artificial perfection, look elsewhere. ---For any of the guest houses, bring your own linens or sleeping bags, or rent from us. ---The Blue Bedroom has a double bed in it, as does the Hippie Van. Both have either air conditioners or heaters as needed. ---The Big Yellow Bus has a queen bed and two sets of bunk beds in addition to a wood stove, air conditioner, small refrigerator, and a microwave. ---Braden's Brown Bus has a double bed and a futon, air conditioner, sink and a small refrigerator. ---The Hippie Van is a painted VW van with the seats removed and a double bed built in. AC and Heat are available. Some of the fun we create on the farm includes: ---Super-deluxe horseshoe pit and dart board ---900-lb counter-weighted trebuchet for throwing pumpkin, watermelons, or bowling balls over 400 feet ---Lots of rural roads, paved and unpaved for bike riding (bring your own bike) --- Smallish pond with a beach for swimming ---Creek for wading and looking for fossils ---Several fire-pits with seating ---Lots of shaded sitting areas for visiting and flowers for viewing ---Mowed trails through the woods ---Lawn games including lighted bocce ball ---Playground equipment and a large sandbox for the kids ---Cows, pigs, ducks, geese, turkeys, and chickens at various stages of growth depending upon the time of year. ---If the weather is right, an ice skating rink Amenities Include: ---An Outdoor shower ---Fire-pits with hot dog sticks, grates, and seating ---Gas Grill ---Access to town water for drinking ---Access to well water for sand and water play ---Two NICE outhouses in the barnyard (one is known to the local children as 鈥渢he magic bathroom鈥 due to its blue lighting) ---Seldom used outhouse at the pond. If you are interested in renting the entire farm for a family reunion or wedding etc., message us at least 6 months in advance and we will be able to block off the dates you are requesting.
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Little Rivers Edge RV Park and Camp

21 sites 路 RVs, Tents7 acres 路 Syracuse, NE
*** Coming for our 2024 season, 50/30/20 amp hookups at each RV Site. *** 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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The best camping near Indian Cave State Park guide



Don't come here expecting to put on a headlamp and go spelunking. Despite its name, this park run by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is really about beautiful scenery and relaxation.

Okay, and a little history as well. Visit the living history exhibits at the restored blacksmith and general store in St. Deroin. And yes, take a look at the Native-American petroglyphs on the cave walls (before they're all covered with graffiti鈥攇rrr).

22 miles of hiking and biking trails let you enjoy great views over the mighty Missouri. Or BYOH (bring your own horse) to explore 16 miles of equestrian trails. Fall foliage is especially spectacular here.

Tons of camping is available here (cheaper in the winter鈥攇ee, I wonder why?). Hook up at any of 134 RV sites, or hike into primitive campsites. If you crave a little "me" time with your horse, opt for the primitive equestrian campsite.

When to go

The ideal time to visit Indian Cave State Park is during the spring and fall when the weather is mild and the natural scenery is at its peak. Summer months can be hot and humid, while winter brings a quiet, frosty beauty to the park. Avoid peak holiday weekends for a more tranquil experience.

Know before you go

  • Check the weather forecast before your visit and dress accordingly, as the park's terrain can be challenging in inclement weather.
  • Stay informed about any trail closures or area restrictions by visiting the park's official website or contacting the park office.
  • Accessibility varies throughout the park, so inquire ahead if you require accommodations for mobility.
  • Remember to pack essentials like water, snacks, and a first aid kit, as amenities are limited within the park.
  • Respect wildlife and maintain a safe distance, especially during the active seasons for hunting and fishing.

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