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3 miles East of Loup City is Trade Winds campground. It is privately owned so you don’t need a state pass. It has 12 cabins and 20 Rv/tent sites with electricity and shared water. The sites are very close together but have shade trees. Each site is back in with picnic bench and fire rings. There is…
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Very easy and clean. Showers were fine after two days on the road and a few spots still available for a camper van after 10pm on a Saturday night.
Though located on the North side of the Missouri River, this campground is considered to be in Nebraska. Run by the US Corp of Engineers, there are no state permits required. We paid $16/night, but it’s possible that we could have gotten 50% off with our America the Beautiful pass. I just forgot to…
Very nice stop, close but not too close to I-80. Quiet. Nice lakeside setting.
What a gem. We arrived to a wonderful welcome. Hosts told us up front they hoped the firefly show would be as wonderful as the night before. It was. Just magical. Lovely spots, shade, swings, ice cream. One of the best places we have ever stayed. Highly recommend.
Close to I-80 but you can’t hear the interstate traffic. Owners are super nice and the dogs had a great time playing in the pond.
For tent campers South Park is a great little spot. Shelter and power.
Water outlets were locked save 1.
No toilets or Porta Potties.
If RVing, you'll need to go to the town hall to get the septic and water unlocked.
Great one night spot. Easy access to the Interstate so there was noise but it still was a great site because of the breeze, shade and variety of trees. The bathroom was clean and close by. Easy to walkup and pay using the drop box. I would stay here again if we need a one night place.
We had reservations for 1 night, but the 4 of us even though tired from 7hrs. on the road, unanimously elected to push on to find a safe place elsewhere. This was such an enormous disappointment especially to my wonderful wife who had shared such happy and vivid memories of what "Pioneer Village"…
This was our very first stop with our new RV. The park is very well maintained, and as others mentioned, there were no long-term campers. While it is close to the freeway, the noise never seemed to bother us. There is a nice little pond to walk around too.
Patti and Todd are awesome hosts.…
Spacious and well maintained campground. In March, the campground was still in WINTER season so only one bathroom location open and no showers open in winter, and limited water access points, but we had a electric hookup. Our campsite loop bordered vegetation, was spacious between campsites, and…
Just a quick one night while passing through. Easy access, paved and good cell coverage. We only had power but we didn't need more than that. Any size rig can find a spot there. Would stay again.
Always a great place for a weekend get away! Kids love to explore on their bikes. Nice trail to the Platte River. Just a nice escape location!
Great little campground to stop overnight at or for a quick weekend getaway. Well maintained. Odd "pull-through" options.
Great camp area, host are the owners, even drove us to our site, all sites are nice and level, didn't even have to level the RV. There are no long term campers which is a plus for us. Full hook ups and pull thur sites. Will stop here again when in the area