Stay in one of our off the grid cabins that are above the ground on decks. Stay in one of our prairie wagons and sleep under the stars. The cabins are at the top of Loess Hills bluffs on the property. Get ready for spectacular vistas and the ability to get away from it all. It begins with leaving you car down below. You can hike or ride your horse to the cabin. We bring up
Stay in one of our off the grid cabins that are above the ground on decks. Stay in one of our prairie wagons and sleep under the stars. The cabins are at the top of Loess Hills bluffs on the property. Get ready for spectacular vistas and the ability to get away from it all. It begins with leaving you car down below. You can hike or ride your horse to the cabin. We bring up your gear in a gator. The cabins come with single beds to place your air mattresses and sleeping bags. There is a picnic table, fire ring, some chairs. some basic cooking items but for the most part you bring all the gear you would bring for a camping trip. We provide a 5 gal cooler full of water and an outdoor toilet for your use.
Once you are set up there are trails to walk or ride with your horses, or just sit on the deck enjoy the beautiful view and read a book. After a short hike, you can catch fish for you dinner. Depending on the season there are blackberries to pick and eat. At night get ready for the sounds of coyotes and other creatures sharing the space with you. There are just a few of the options you can enjoy while staying at Horse Creek Adventures. Less than an hour from Omaha Nebraska, Lincoln Nebraska and St. Joseph Missouri. Other attractions in the area include, Jesse James hide away, Underground railroad, Arbor Lodge, Lewis and Clark Center. ...just to name a few.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Mountain biking and large tire bikes. Very hilly terrain. New trails under construction.
Horse trails. Horse Camping. Horse arenas. We do not rent horses. You must either bring your own or we can put you in touch wi...Read more
Snow shoe and cross country 🎿. Trails or blaze your own.
Abundance of wildlife. Birds, deer, eagles, waterfowl, coyote, linx and occasionally mountain lion.
Natural features you'll find at Horse Creek Adventures: Cabins in Iowa.
Part of Loess Hills Byway. Near Wabonsi State Park.
River, stream or creek
5 miles east from Missouri River and Nebraska City. Or 12 miles west from Walbash Trace bicycle and horse trails. Or Wabonsi St...Read more
30 acre pond
The vibe at Horse Creek Adventures: Cabins
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CAMP HERE! This property is owned and run by the most amazing hosts who look after their land, run a Christmas tree farm, have horses for riding, and above all...over 100 acres of land to wander, rolling hills to explore, and your stay is ABOVE average in their brand new cabins. Even though these cabins are shelter only, each one is specifically placed with a panoramic view that is unbeatable, you can see for miles. I could go on and on about this space, I definitely encourage campers to visit and stay for at least one night!
This place is a hidden gem worth that is definitely worth the drive from the interstate if you are traveling, or if you are in the area. The hosts were kind and communicative, the cabin and port a potty were very clean, and the views are beautiful, especially at sunset. My dog loved being there too!
Such a perfect getaway! The cabins are clean and well kept. Excellent fire ring. The view is incredible! All the wonderful parts about camping and getting away from everything without having to set up or take down the tent! Host was very helpful and friendly. I would recommend for a family camping trip, a weekend getaway, or a romantic night away.
Great place, great host
All the wonderful parts of camping without having to set up a tent! The cabin, site, toilet, and fire pit were clean and well kept. Shady site was great any time of the day. Host was helpful and responsive before and during our stay. Very private site. Excellent walking path and ripe wild blackberries! Couldn’t have been better!
I really enjoyed my stay here. The space was private and the views were beautiful.
All of my things were brought up for me the hosts were more then accommodating. I even forgot a can opener and they bought me one!
The cabins are clean and spacious. I chose to set up my tent so i could look at the stars and enjoy the breeze in bed.
The epitome of hospitality
Before even arriving Lona was very accommodating. We were coming from about 14 hours away and told Lona that we’d be arriving at night. She quickly explained that it might be difficult to get to the cabin at night but she’ll help make it work. When we arrived she set us up with clean drinking water and drove us with all our things up to the cabin. The cabin was tucked away up a hill in the forest. It had a beautiful porch with a great view! Lona’s property of 170 acres was absolutely stunning. Unfortunately, due to the extreme heat, we were unable to stay in the cabin for the second night. Lona so kindly offered a room in her house where we could spend the night. Her house was so lovely and we had everything we needed and we were well taken care of. The morning we left, Lona had blueberry muffins and coffee waiting for us. We fell in love with Lona, her home, her horses and her land! Thank you Lona!
I stayed here last night with my dog, Sam. We had a great time. It’s a great listing.
When you arrive, you’ll meet the host at the main ranch house. I met Lona. She’s extremely kind and very welcoming. You and your gear will be taken up to the cabins in a Gator. Hipcamp will have you select a site upon reservation, but you’ll really have your pick of any open site once you arrive.
There are 3 cabins and 2 tent platforms. There are a variety of views depending on what you’re into. One of the cabins and one of the tent platforms are nestled in the trees. Very good for bird watching and some privacy. The other 2 cabins and last tent platform have great open views. Both sunrise and sunset at the listing are great. There are sites facing just about any direction you’d desire (west, east, and south).
The cabins vary slightly, but they all have French doors and several windows. The windows have screens to keep the bugs out. The balconies are large and have great views.
I stayed at the south-facing cabin. It was very clean and very well kept. You’ll be offered the option to have a cot taken up with you, and they’ll provide you with a 5 gallon water tank. Each site has its own fire pit. There are a lot of large, dead branches around to use for wood. The Porta Potty is the cleanest I’ve ever seen.
There’s quite a bit of area to walk around and explore, and there’s a pond down the east side of the hill.
When you depart, you can text the host and they’ll come up in the Gator to carry you and your gear back down (or you can pre-plan a departure time).
I’d most definitely stay here again.
Relaxing, quiet, restorative
We enjoyed our stay immensely. We stayed in cabin 2 which has an amazing south facing view. The deck is shaded by burr oak trees most of the day except for a couple of hours in the afternoon. We were lucky to have a breeze most of the time.
We walked to the pond and enjoyed the fishing. We caught a large mouth bass, small mouth bass, a few crappie and a turtle. It was great fun.
The trails are uphill both ways - literally. My fitbit said I climbed 38 flights of stairs from the cabin to the pond and back. The trail is wide enough for several abreast and limited shade. Bring your hats and water.
This weekend was just what we needed: relaxing, quite, restorative. We plan to return.