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First, the owners are SO nice and helpful. The campground is right off the exit so it is very convenient and easy to get to, they have full hook ups for a very reasonable price so it was a great choice for a stop on our cross country trip. The amenities are nice- they have a pool, large playground, mini put and standard camp store. Things look a bit old but well maintained. Each spot had a porch swing, picnic table and fire ring which we very much enjoyed. The laundry room was closed due to Covid, but they do have one which is helpful too :) my kids particularly enjoyed the mini put and pool.
This is a pretty nice campground. Plenty of activities for the kids to enjoy. Not too cramped. Lots of shade at certain sites.
Main office has supplies, food, ice, and ice cream.
Activities include a pool, water balloons, water slide, playground, three wheel and four wheel bike rentals, and rock mining.
The only reason I gave this campground four stars instead of five stars was due to the attitude of the guy who escorted us to our site. Upon arrival at our site he was very rude and impatient. He wasn’t very helpful with guiding me into our site and was barking orders at me the whole time. He gave up and told my wife that she would have to deal with me. This all transpired after only being a minute at the site. Mind you this was my third time backing up a camper. I did fine after he left.
Pretty decent campground that’s suitable for extended stays.
There’s five or so lakes you can fish. One lake has swimming access. Canoe and paddle board rentals. Convenience store on site with firewood and propane tanks. There is an air compressor at the convenience store.
RV sites are electrical only but paved. Restrooms are somewhat clean. Showers are okay but the hot water is nice.
Dump station is clean. Don’t checkout on a Sunday if you don’t want to wait two hours to dump.
Arrival was smooth. Parked outside of office and checked in. Was escorted to site and given a run through. Site has a slight dip but was not a big deal.
On site 12, it seems like you would need to share a fire pit and picnic table with site 13. Luckily, site 13 wasn’t ever occupied during our stay since there was a parked utility trailer there.
Pond has three paddle boats and you can fish. Water is murky and seems to only contain bluegill and bullheads. We had a lot of bites but never caught anything. Would be nice if it was stocked with more fish.
Free firewood nightly was great.
Shop in the office contains supplies, food, and drinks. This was nice.
Camp hosts are very friendly and accommodating.
This is generally going to be a great place for campers looking to stay overnight but not really for extended stays.
This park offers a lot of nature activities. You can hike the many hiking trails to the mini waterfall, or Platte river. They have paddle boat and Kayak rentals. There is a splash park, shooting, archer ranges, horseback riding. There is a r.v. park, cabins, and a newer tent area. There is also the 2 lookout towers.
This lake has great fishing and has peace, and quiet. The lake is a no wake zone, so kayak is great. The campsites have plenty of shade, but no electrical hook ups so may bother some people that generators are running. The bathrooms could use a upgrade or cleaning. The one by are site was locked up and not even open, and there is geese feces through out the park.
There is no Dam Site 18 Leibers Point.
It appears that the site is site 14 which is a popular party cove with drinnking, drugs, and skinny dipping. It is often closed off and parking is even forbidden. It is site 14.
This is primitive camping on the peninsula of Branched Oak, so you get close access to Disc Golf, nice beach, and Showers just up the road. On the east end there are sites right on the water. Yet other than the regular old picnic table, burn pit and rather dirty vault toilet, there is nothing else here.
For $15 you can do better in Nebraska