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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.
Very nice clean well maintained cg on a pretty lake. Modern rest room w showers. Electric at site. Various water spigots throughout. Dump at entrance. Quiet restful picturesque. But the roads getting there are terrible. The west road in is 2 miles of gravel then 3 miles on dirt. Wont make it if it rained. Don't even try. The east entry is 4-5 miles of 5 mph washboard. Tie everything down. 3 bars of at&t. It is such a nice place but I will not return due to poor roads. The $25 cost should be $18. I stayed in a 26' B+ but big rigs will fit.
This park is a nice place to visit during the day, but not a place I would stay over night. Has access to the Cowboy trail which is great for walks, runs, and biking. It is near the highway coming into Norfolk and attracts some strange people typically. This area is also known for a drug deal hotspot.