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St. Edward, NEBRASKA

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Most Recent St. Edward Camping Reviews
Great pitstop

Great stop for midway through Nebraska. Cheap as free. Got here at 6 on a Friday and there were several spots open.

Free Campsite with Hookups

Small space, not too far off the freeway. Great spot with kids, park and walking trails. Full hookups. Spot was clean. Great for overnight stay.

Bader review

When first arriving there is an office that has showers, bait, and vending machines. Tons of tent spots to choose from. You have the option to fish from 3 or 4 ponds plus the river is walking distance. Beach area for kids seems to have people there often. Good weekend get away.

My main get in spot for kayaking

Over the years this has been my get in spot for around 100 kayaking trips. I’ve never had any issues with anyone messing with my vehicle. People from Grand Island have ruined this park by partying. Now it’s closed half the time and no alcohol is allowed. When it reopens I will still use this as my main get in. Would be much higher rated if it had not been ruined from partying.

First to Review
Not Bad

Typically this park is used by locals for its river access. Tooley is maintained by Hamilton County and is usually in decent condition. Alot of times the area is crowded since it is a pretty popular point to get in and out of the river when kayaking, tubing, etc.

grateful to aurora!

sincere thanks to the town of aurora. spent one night here after a long day of driving on a cross-country trip.

nice shady and green spot for our pop-up van camping. my teen charged up their switch, we topped off the water tank, and settled in, listening to frog and insects, nibbling our fritos and fake cheese dip. neighborly folks said hello walking by. it is covid time so pool closed, but the bathroom is open. no shower option.

we put a fiver in the donation box, and heard the train whistles, cicadas, locusts, froggies all night. some sleep was had! grateful for the kindness of this town!


Wonderful location right by a creek, huge park with playground equipment, big swimming pool and golf course. Full hookups (electric, water, sewer) for only $10 per night! Cute town with all the amenities!

Nice but

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.

Not the best place

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.

Great place to stop en rout to Colorado

Nothing spectacular but clean and free!