- Maximum occupancy per site: 8 people and 1 vehicle.
- Check-in time: 4 p.m. Check-out time: 2 p.m.
- Quiet hours: 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- Alcoholic beverages: Permitted outside of quiet hours. No containers over one gallon allowed. Alcohol use is prohibited at Willow Creek and Lake McConaughy.
- Campfires: Allowed in designated rings or pits, following local advisories.
- Generator use: Prohibited during quiet hours.
- Drone use: Prohibited.
89261 522 Avenue, Niobrara, NE 68760
Niobrara State Park offers an ideal combination of modern amenities and natural setting in its commanding location at the confluence of the Niobrara and Missouri rivers. Enjoy hiking, fishing, boating, swimming, and wildlife viewing in this serene and scenic park. The excellent interpretive center explains the history of the Ponca Tribe, Lewis and Clark, and the Mormon Trail. Its 38 RV campsites are spacious, paved, big rig friendly, and most have partial hookups. Additional campground amenities include a dump station, laundry room, pool, and free WiFi. The campground is well kept and has good cell service.
28500 West Park Highway, Ashland, NE 68003
Conveniently located between the cities of Omaha and Lincoln, Eugene T. Mahoney offers an abundance of family-friendly amenities and activities with a state park price tag. Kids will love the ropes course, water park, miniature golf, multiple playgrounds, and arts programs. Other activities, like kayaking, horseback trail rides, and hiking, are available for all ages. The campground offers close to 150 sites in a spacious forest setting. Most sites are electric hookup only, but many offer water and a few have full hookups. A dump station, water, and restrooms are available, as well as food services.
3200 Highway 20, Crawford, NE 69339
Fort Robinson is steeped in history and the natural beauty of western Nebraska. Its 22,000 acres include stately buttes, rolling hills, and open grassland filled with miles of hiking trails. As its name suggests, Fort Robinson was a military base until the end of World War II. Many of the original buildings remain in use at the park as a museum, lodging, or other facilities. A poignant memorial marks the place where Oglala Sioux Chief Crazy Horse was killed. More than 100 spacious campsites with partial and full hookups are available on the grounds. Dinosaur enthusiasts will love the adjacent Trailside Museum and, less than an hour away, Agate Fossil Beds National Monument.
Nebraska state park campgrounds that accommodate RV camping
Branched Oak State Recreation Area
Calamus State Recreation Area
Chadron State Park
Eugene T. Mahoney State Park
Fort Kearny State Recreation Area
Fort Robinson State Park
Fremont State Recreation Area
Indian Cave State Park
Johnson Lake State Recreation Area
Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area
Lake Minatare State Recreation Area
Laka Ogallala State Recreation Area
Lewis and Clark State Recreation Area
Louisville State Recreation Area
Medicine Creek State Recreation Area
Merritt Reservoir State Recreation Area
Mormon Island State Recreation Area
Niobrara State Park
Pawnee State Recreation Area
Platte River State Park
Ponca State State Park
Rock Creek Station State Historical Park
Two Rivers State Recreation Area
Victoria Springs State Recreation Area
Willow Creek State Recreation Area
Windmill State Recreation AreaFor more information on Nebraska state park campgrounds, visit outdoornebraska.gov/stateparks.