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Outhouse water trash picnic table tent camping cell service
This is great for a quick overnight especially since you do have cell service. The out house is just that a small house that is OUT actually a pit toilet would be preferable but as they say “any port in the storm”. I have to give them…
Amazing small town and amazing city RV park.
$10.00 per night with first three days free with maximum stay of 7 consecutive nights
Covered pavilion water hookups electrical hookups trash paved parking sites with sidewalk dump station 24 hour restrooms showers during pool season use of…
4 electric connection
14 days consecutive stay
rash public space picnic tables playground basket ball hoop water grass pads dump station
Green space is very nice and will very peaceful. The toilet area needs some work. As stated this would be great for an overnight and if they work on the…
In the middle of vast Nebraska corn fields. This small campground was very clean and easily accessed camp site. The night sky is amazing. Trains travel in the distance and provide a soothing backdrop. A band of coyotes passed in the early morning and served as a morning wake up call.
They took ok in as an emergency stop because our truck had DEF issues. Campground is nice level concrete pads and a reasonable distance between sites. There is a stocked pond you can fish without a license. It is catch and release only. It is right on a bike/walking path that goes into the…
Shady, tons of space between sites. Gracious, friendly, helpful hosts and caretakers. Plenty of places to walk and hike. 30 amp electric hookup.
You can't go wrong staying here. Clean and quaint. Patty and Todd are wonderful hosts. Enjoy the wooden swings, sitting by the pond and listening to the cicadas.
Very large campground. Sites come with or without electricity. There is a dump station insight, and also potable water. Small pond, but also small lake for swimming. Restrooms are clean. Must pay for a state pass plus the campground fee...$33 per night for non-residents. Lots of place to spread…
We stayed here Sunday night of Labor Day weekend on a cross country trip. We arrived late, and were able to use after hours self check in. There were about 8 sites empty in the grounds, and we were happily surprised by how peaceful and well spaced the camping spots were, many backing up to a lake.…
Firefly campgrounds is a fairly new campground, around 2 years. The trees will need sometime to grow and the pond needs some work. The sites on the North side are close together. The shower house is nice. Is great for a overnight stop.
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The campground was nice, but sites were tiny and close. The pool was nice, as were the showers and bathrooms. Very clean. The ladies in the office were wonderful. The farm traffic was loud in the morning, but we were up to leave anyway. Overall, we would probably stay again.
Needed one night as we headed west - great find - clean, quiet, showers, friendly staff and other campers. We lucked out and got a site in the back and were the only ones (89-92) on Lake 6. Other loops were full of RVs. (Also know that you can hear the highway-but we figured that as it’s literally…
This campground is set among the corn fields. The staff was super! The pool is cool and tucked away in the back. The store sold single local beers and was open late. They were slinging hot pizza. We stayed in an air conditioned camping cabin. Super close to the pool and bathrooms! 2 of the nicest…
The sites are tight, our awning is basically touching the next RVs slide . Not much shade
This campground came to us through Passport America for $24.00 per night. We had FHU's at a gravel, level site. The sites are close together in full sun. There is light road noise, no fire ring or picnic table provided.