Standard (Tent/RV)
Cabins
Dispersed
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Equestrian
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Eugene T Mahoney
Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
No 50 amp Hookups
Max Length: 50 ft.
Location
Eugene T Mahoney is located in Nebraska
Latitude
41.026 N
Longitude
-96.3122 W
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27 Reviews of Eugene T Mahoney
Biggest, best state park in Eastern Nebraska

If you are looking for a place to stop for a night of for a few nights with family or traveling alone along I-80 don’t miss Eugene T. Mahoney State Park. There are challenging trails overlooking the Platte River and railroad line. Bring your camera. Visit the horseback riding area ($), water park ($), nature center, and newly added Zipline and treeline obstacle course ($$). There is a nice place to eat at the clubhouse. The staff are friendly and helpful. Cabins for rent can facilitate even large families or get togethers. Book cabins well in advance for holidays. Fishing and kayaking opportunities also exist. Visit the Marina for paddle boat rentals also. The only downside to this park is its proximity to I-80. You will hear interstate road noise at night but if you’ve camped right you will be too tired to care.

Has it all!

This place has it all….but books up months I’m advance and the crowds can get a bit annoying! Hiking trails, frisbee golf, horseback riding, driving range, fishing, tennis courts, river views, cabins!

Lots of things to do but...

This is a great state park and possibly the busiest since it’s between Omaha and Lincoln. Walking trails. Camping spots galore. Arts and crafts. Horse riding. Water park. Lodge. Viewing tower. And they just added a ropes course. cabins for rent as well.

The only minus besides it’s always busy is the road noise from Interstate 80.

Pretty small, but nice

We hiked here one morning and there weren't very defined trails, but the park is small enough where you wont get last. Nice views of the river. It was fun to wander around the trails for a few hours, but that's about all you can get out of it.

Great for kids!

I want to start by saying this isn't my type of campground normally. Mainly because I don't have kids. However my visit her was with my little niece for a weekend trip to the zoo and for that is was awesome! Campground was in good shape, and there was tons to do such as mini golf and a water park which were the biggest hits with the kids. It was pretty busy though because of that. Sorry no pics as I they all have my niece in them and don't feel comfortable posting those to SM. I highly recommend the campground tho if you have kids…or still like to play like a big kid!

More than a park!

We used to stop here as a midway point when driving to Colorado. We always stayed at the lodge for a night and had a pleasant time exploring the area. Be sure to check out Arbor Day farms and Lied Lodge in Nebraska city only a short drive away. Learn the history of Morton salt and Arbor day itself amazing grounds to wander great hands on stuff for the kids and organic food in the lodge all right from the arbor day farm property. Not to be missed. Happy Adventuring!

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A Good Starter Campground for Kids

We live a short drive from Mahoney and have taken advantage of its convenient tent camping. Campgrounds are well kept. Sites are open and grassy and bathrooms are clean. Kids activities are endless with playgrounds, a water park, mini-golf, ponds, trails, horses, etc. One thing that stands out is the interactive Melodrama offered most evenings. Kids of all ages boo, cheer, and throw popcorn. Winter brings activities such low cost outdoor ice skating, a massive indoor playground, and a sledding hill. Cabins and a lodge are available.