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We visit this camp ground multiple times a year. It is a donation camp ground with electric hookup (30 & 50 amp). The city park is a quick walk. Wonderful little site, be aware there is train tracks that run next to the park. While there are not a lot of trains that go through you will hear a loud train once in a while.
We made a pit stop here on the way North and were impressed with this hidden gem. There's about a dozen RV spots with electric hookups, a public bathroom, picnic areas, folfing, and several playground areas. You pay what you can for a donation, with a four night limit.
These small towns in NE have the right idea with these free community campgrounds. It’s just the reason we need to stop and visit local businesses and explore a town we would normally just pass through.
This camp is nothing fancy but very nice. It’s a short walk to the Mainstreet shops and the park offers a great quiet place to relax after a long day behind the wheel.
Small towns tend to be quiet areas anyway and this is surrounded by small towns. Therefore it has that ALL is welcome feel, quiet and beautiful grounds. I believe it’s fairly new. There’s a wonderful trail to walk around a small lake. Beautiful just doesn’t justify the look and feel of this place.
Fremont lakes has several areas, or laked where you can camp off of. Victory lake is the lake where all types of motor powered boats are. These is also the lake that has mainly rvs camping off it. There is a concession stand or restaurant right off next to the many beaches. There is also a beach a little more secluded on the north side of the lake and another on the east side. There are several area and a tent site off a couple of the other lakes. They seemed a little tight or closer together.
You also have the option of staying in the north camp grounds or cottonwood, where I stayed. This are closer to more primitive, they have very few electrical site and lakes or more untouched. But the sites are farther apart, and you are left more alone by game and parks. However this area is a little more rundown and can tell they didn't put much time into it. Also the floods of 2019 really took a toll on this area in particle.
The downfalls is this place is always packed, the trains are louding going through at night. And the old part where we stayed could use some repairs.
All of Fremont lakes and activities available make it a must see from tent campers to rv users.
Let me start by saying this is the old part of The Fremont Lakes. We stayed in a spot next to lake #2. This a basic campground. It has a fire ring, and picnic table. The sites were space pretty well apart, and the people around were nice. We were able to fish, walk around the lakes, and kayak with my daughters. We were isolated from the newer areas but still walking distance. We did go down to the victory lake and swim and hang out at the beach. The down falls with this side is it don't get the maintenance or repairs the other side does. We had a lock broke on the bathroom, and a road that was destroyed from the flood of 2019. Also could hear highway traffic pretty loudly as well as the trains that blast through at night.
This is another NRD lake, and pretty well maintained. However unlike Wanhoo you don't need a pass or permit. Also the tent camping is free, and electrical is 18. From what I heard the fishing is good and the lake itself is beautiful. Not to mention there is the little town of Prague and the lake itself is in the Bohemian alps of Nebraska. It is also quiet and peaceful. The few down falls I can see is the lake is not simply accessible from the rvs. Also the trees in the tent area, that are close to the lake, and could cause issues with mosquitoes. So if your looking for something different, but not a ling drive from Omaha or Lincoln area, I would tell you to give it a try.
This lake is a Nrd controlled lake that is relatively new, and requires a daily pass or annual pass. I believe it opened 2012. This lake sits just out side of the Northside of Wahoo, and sits off a relatively busy highway. So as you would expect there is some traffic noise. Also with the age of this lake there is no mature trees around the lake. So as you would expect it will make tent camping difficult for some on hot days. There is tent camping, and rvs, as well as a couple little cabins for rent. The fishing is pretty darn good on this lake. There are several online articles that will back that claim up, as well as myself. This is also a good kayaking lake. There is also a trail, or path that goes around this lake for biking, jogging, or just simply walking. The whole area and restrooms are clean, and well maintained. I thing it's a beautiful clean lake that the city of Wahoo should be proud to be next to. I believe this lake will get better with age.
2nd time we’ve camped here. Love that it’s right by the water. Nice big spots with plenty of room. Only downside was this last time we saw a few people let their animals run but that shouldn’t be on the park. All in all a great place to camp!