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Park Lodging, Camping and Activity Pricing

Welcome to Nebraska’s state park areas. The Game and Parks Commission operates them for your enjoyment. You’ll find a vast array of things to see and do – from picnicking along the Platte River to hiking the high country, from camping under the cottonwoods to boating our vast lakes. All this and more awaits your pleasure.

Park Permits

A valid Nebraska park permit is required for all motor vehicles entering all state parks, recreation areas and historical parks. They are available wherever hunting/fishing permits are sold, from any Commission office, at staffed state park areas and at OutdoorNeraska.org

Resident park permit prices

Residents $30 for an annual permit, duplicate annual permits are available for $15 and daily permits for $6.

Non-Resident park permit prices

For vehicles not registered and licensed in Nebraska $45 for an annual permit, duplicate annuals permits are available for $22.50 and daily permits for $8.

Lodging and camping areas

All areas within this section accept reservations. If you have further questions, please contact the park and/or the Reservation Call Center 402-471-1414.

Reservation and cancellation policies

Reservations
Reservations are accepted for camping, cabins, lodge rooms, group lodges and other facilities up to one year in advance of the arrival date. The Reservation Call Center hours are Monday-Friday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. (CT) and closed on holidays. Web reservations are available 24 hours, 7 days a week at OutdoorNebraska.org to reserve your fun today!

Pet fees
There is a $15 one-time pet fee per unit for pets staying in cabins. Service animals are exempt.

Picnic shelters
Group picnic shelters may be reserved at some areas. A reservation may be made online, phone, or in person up to a year in advanced. Fees are $60 with electricity and $45 without. Reservations require a $7 reservation fee in addition to the regular shelter fee.

Lodging
Lodging reservations are available up to a year in advance on a first-come, first-served basis online at OutdoorNebraska.org or by calling the Nebraska State Parks Reservation Center at 402-471-1414. During peak season a two night minimum stay is required unless one night is all that is available. During the non-peak season, one-night stays are accepted for Sundays through Thursdays. Reservations require a $7 reservation fee per unit in addition to the regular lodging fee. Cabin check-in time is 4 pm and check-out time is 11 am (except at Fort Robinson State Park, where check-in time is 5 pm and check-out time is 10 am).

Camping
Designated camp sites may be reserved up to a year in advance at 26 park locations across the state. Reservations require a $7 reservation fee in addition to the regular camping fee. Reserved sites may not be available until 4 pm the day of arrival. Reservations for primitive tent campsites are also accepted at Smith Falls State Park. To make reservations to camp at Smith Falls, please call the park number at 402-376-1306. Camping at all other areas is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Camping sites must be vacated by the time posted unless you re-register.

Payment
Payment in full is required at the time the reservation is made. Payment may be made by Discover, Visa or MasterCard, check, money order, cash, or Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Bucks. There is a non-refundable $7 (plus tax) reservation fee per lodging unit, camp site, picnic shelter or facility. To reserve a horse stall there is a nonrefundable $5 (plus tax) reservation fee. Payment in full is required within 10 calendar days of making reservation when paying by check and when reservation is made more than 30 days ahead of your arrival. Payment must be received at the park within 10 calendar days of making a reservation or the reservation will be canceled.

Cancellations and refunds
Reservations may be cancelled by email to the Nebraska reservation call center at ngpc.reservations@nebraska.gov or directly to the park where the reservation(s) are held. If you check out early, the unused portion of your payment will be forfeited.

Partial cancellations
On year-to-date reservations, canceling dates from the beginning dates of a reservation is not allowed and is non-refundable at any time during peak season. Reservations that encompass both non-peak and peak season dates are governed by the peak season partial Cancellation Guideline. Guests are not allowed to transfer their arrival date to a later date within the same existing reservation dates.

Cabins, lodge rooms, cabooses, overnight and day use group lodges
Except the Comanche Hall at Fort Robinson, see below
Reservation fees per unit are not refundable. If cancelling less than 30 days prior to arrival date, a refund is given, minus a 1 night’s rental per unit being cancelled and cancellation fee of $5 per unit. If cancelling 30 days or greater prior to arrival date, a refund is given, minus a cancellation fee of $5 per unit.

Camping, tepees, horse stalls, boat docks and picnic shelters
Reservation fees per unit are not refundable. If cancelling less than 7 days prior to arrival date, a refund is given, minus a 1 night’s rental per site/unit being cancelled and cancellation fee of $5 per site/unit. If cancelling 7 days or greater prior to arrival date, a refund is given, minus a cancellation fee of $5 per site/unit

Comanche Hall (Fort Robinson State Park)
If cancelling less than 90 days prior to arrival date, a refund is given, minus a 1 night’s rental and $5 cancellation fee. If cancelling 90 days or greater prior to arrival date, a refund is given, minus a cancellation fee of $5.

Chadron State Park

Camping:
Primitive tent camping – $13
Camp pad with electric – $20
Winter camping rate with electric – $15

Lodging Season: Year-round

Cabins:
Small 2-bedroom (sleeps 4) $80
Large 2-bedroom (sleeps 4) $90
Duplex cabins (sleep 4) $90

Group Facilities: Central building only; $85 day (with kitchen, $170)

Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day; $60 with electric hookup

Horse Trail Rides: $18 (riders must be 6 years of age or older). No double riders permitted.

Swimming Daily: Adults $4; Children, $3

Swimming Season Pass: Adult $65, Child $45, Family $120

Paddleboat Rental: $5 for 2 people or $8 for 4 people per half hour

Eugene T. Mahoney State Park

Camping:
Camp pad with full hookups – $28
Camp pad with electric – $22
Winter camping rate with electric – $18

Lodging Season: Year-round

Modern Housekeeping Cabins:
Standard 2-bedroom (2STD) – sleeps 4, $135
Standard 2-bedroom  (2SGL) – sleeps 6, $160
Treetop 2-bedroom (TREE) Sleeps 6-8, $170
Two bedroom deluxe (2DLX) – sleeps 4-6, $170
Four bedroom deluxe (4DLX) – sleeps 8-10, $275
Six bedroom standard (6STD) – sleeps 12, $300
Six bedroom deluxe (6DLX) – sleeps 16-20, $455

Modern Housekeeping Lodge Rooms:
24 standard rooms with 2 queen beds – Park or river view, $80
8 loft rooms with 2 queen beds and sofa sleeper – Park view (LPVD) sleeps 6, $90
8 loft rooms with 2 queen beds and sofa sleeper – River view (LRVD) sleeps 6, $95

Group/Conference Facilities:
Meeting Rooms:
Upper level lodge conference rooms – Abel/Nebraska Room, $150
Red Oak & Cedar rooms, $80
Sandstedt-Platte Room, $65
Lower lodge conference rooms, $50 each
Riverview Lodge (including kitchen), $325/day
Kountze Theater, $225/day
LCD Projector Rental, $75/day
Pavilion:
Rental without park food service – 1-250 people, $750; 251- 600, $1,000; 601-1,000, $1,500; 1,001+, $2,500
Owen Marina, $200/day

Activity Center/Ice Rink:
Activity Center Admission: Adult/Children, $2/$3
Ice Skate rental, $3

Venture Climb is great for both novice and experienced climbers and is ADA-accessible. Admission is $11 for adults and $10 for children age 12 and under. Equipment rental is included with admission price. Personal equipment is permitted but must first be inspected and approved by a Venture Climb employee.

Venture Climb:
Age 13 and up, $11
Age 12 and under, $10
Equipment rental is included with admission price.
ADA-accessible. There is no time limit for climbing.

Go Ape Ropes Course:
Age 16 and up, $49
Age 15 and under, $39
Reservations are required at GoApe.com.

Kountze Theater: Summer Theater – Adults, $7; Children, $5 Winter Theater Adults, $10; Children, $8

Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day; $60 with electric hookup

Water Slide/Swimming Complex:
Single Admission – Adults, $10 Children, $8.00;
Season pass – Adults, $135; Children, $110; Family Punch Pass $320 (can be used for up to 40 punches)

Paddleboat Rental: $8 per half-hour

Driving Range: Balls – $3 per bucket; golf club rental – free with ID

Miniature Golf: $3.50 per person

Recreation Equipment Rental: Fees vary

Trail Ride: $18 – riders must be 6 years of age or older

Pony Rides: $7 – 3 to 9 years of age

Fort Robinson State Park

Camping:
Primitive tent camping – $13
Camp pad with no electric – $13
Camp pad with electric – $20
Camp pad with full hookups – $26
Winter camping rate with electric – $15

Lodging Season: mid-April – mid-November

Cabins: Sleeps 6, $150; Sleeps 8, $160

L10/L11 Cabins: (sleep 6) $160

Adobes: Sleep 10, $180; Sleep 12, $190

Bricks: Sleep 14, $205; Sleep 18, $225; Sleep 20, $245

Bandmaster or Nurses Quarters: Sleep 6, $160

Lodge Rooms: Queen bed, $65; 2 twin beds, $70

Officer Quarter Duplex: Sleeps 16 on each side, $425/unit

Comanche Hall: Full facility with kitchen (60 people), $850

Meeting Rooms:
Buffalo Soldier Meeting Room, $90-140
Dodd Hall, $50-65/day
Annex Multi-Use, $60/day

Reserve a Picnic Shelter: Picnic shelter, $60 per day including electric hookup

Grill Rental: $25/day

Horse Stall Rental: $13 per day

Horse Trail Rides: Short ride, $18; Long ride, $24

Hay Rack Breakfast: Adults, $13; Children, $10

Chuckwagon Cookout: Adults, $12; Children, $8

Steak Cookout: Adults, $20; Children, $10

Swimming:
Daily – Adults, $5; Children, $4
Season Pass – Adults, $65; Children, $45; Family, $120

Jeep Ride: Adults, $13; Children, $10

Stagecoach: Adults, $3; Children, $2

Horse-drawn tour: Adults, $7; Children, $5

Pony ride: (children 5 & under), $3

Other Activities: Fort Robinson State Historical Park continued

Historic buildings tour: $10

Mountain bike rental: $8 hour/$25 day

Kayak rental: $15

Float tube: $15

Post Playhouse run by Chadron State College

Lewis & Clark Lake State Recreation Area

Camping:
Primitive tent camping – $8
Equestrian primitive camping – $8
Camping no camp pad, non-electric – $8-$13
Camping no camp pad with electric – $15
Camp pad with electric – $20
Camp pad with full hook ups – $26
Winter camping rate with electric – $15

Lodging Season: Year-round

Cabins: 2-bedroom, Sleeps 7 – $140 per night

Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day; $60 with electric hookup

Marina: Slips available for rent by day, month or season

Medicine Creek State Recreation Area

Camping:
Primitive tent camping – $8
Camp pad with electric – $20
Winter Camping Rate with electric – $15

Lodging Season: April – Dec.

Cabins: 2 bedroom, Sleeps 4 – $95

Niobrara State Park

Camping:
Primitive tent camping – $10
Equestrian primitive camping – $10
Camp pad with electric – $20
Winter Camping Rate with electric – $15

Lodging Season: Year-round

Cabins: 2-bedroom, Sleeps 6 – $130; 3-bedroom, Sleeps 8 – $140; Ranch House, Sleeps 8 – $140

Eagle View Group Lodge: (Day Use) Kitchen & dining, $175 per day

Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day; $60 with electric hookup

Buffalo Cookout Pavilion: (Day Use) Kitchen & covered picnic shelter, $175 per day

Horse Trail Rides: $18

Swimming:
Daily – Adults, $4; Children, $3
Swimming Season Pass – Adults, $65; Children, $45; Family, $120

Cookout: Adults, $12; Children, $8

Platte River State Park

Camping: Available at nearby Louisville SRA & Eugene T. Mahoney SP

Lodging Season: Housekeeping cabins available year-round.

Rent-a-Tepee: Sleep 6-8, $20 per night

Camper Cabins:
(Camper cabins include table and chairs, refrigerator, bedding, towels and all have air conditioning except the Whitetail cabins. To enjoy your camper cabin to the fullest, please plan ahead to bring the following items; eating utensils and pillows. Camper cabins share a central shower and bathroom facility.)
Whitetail: One open room, Sleeps 4 – $40
Strawberry, Goldenrod and Red Cedar: 2-bedroom, Sleeps 6 – $60
Wild Turkey: 3-bedrooms, Sleeps 6 – $75

Modern Cabins:
Glamping Cabins: One bedroom, Sleeps 2 – $165
Meadowlark: 1-bedroom, Sleeps 2, $85
Owen Standard Cabins: 2-bedrooms, Sleeps 6 – $110
Owen Deluxe Cabins: 2-bedrooms, Sleeps 6 – $120
Blue Heron: 2-bedroom, Sleeps 4 – $105
Chokecherry Duplex: 2-bedrooms, Sleeps 6 on each side – $105/unit
Cottonwood, Evergreen and Golden Eagle: 3 & 4-bedrooms, Sleeps 8, $115

Group Overnight Facility:
Red Barn, Open room that sleeps 20 with kitchen – $130

Group Day Use Facilities:
(Day Use) Mallet or Scott lodges (including kitchen), $260
Decker Creek Lodge (upper level), $90
Bison Hollow, $55
Outdoor Amphitheater $100

Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day; $60 with electric hookup

Horse Trail Rides: $18

Spray and Splash Park:
Daily – Admission, $3; Children 2 and under are free
Hours – Noon to 6 p.m.

Roger G. Sykes Outdoor Heritage Education Complex: $1-7.50

Paddleboat Rental: $8 for 4 people per half-hour

Ponca State Park

Camping:
Primitive tent camping – $13
Camp pad with electric – $20
Winter Camping Rate with electric – $15

Lodging Season: Mini Lodges & Green Cabins are open year-round

Cabins:
2-bedroom rustic cabins, sleeps 4 – $85
2-bedroom Green cabins, sleeps 4 – $145
2-bedroom Mini-lodges, sleeps 4 – $170
4-bedroom Mini-lodges, sleeps 8 – $270

Meeting Rooms:
Willow Room, $80
Sandbar, $125
River Bluff, $225
Oxbow, $100
Classrooms, $35
Kitchen, $80

LCD Projector Rental: $75 per day

Horse Trail Rides: $18

Swimming:
Daily – Adults, $7; Children, $5.
Swimming Season Pass – Adults, $95; Children, $75; Family, $180.

Cookout: Adults, $12; Children, $8

Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $60 per day with electric hookup

Haunted Hollow Hayrack Ride: Adults, $8; Children, $6. Pumpkin Roll, $2.

Hayrack Rides: Adult, $4; children, $2

Group Hayrack Rides: $50 per group

Kayak Rental: $12

Naturalist Programs: $1-$5

Outdoor Weddings: $100

Two Rivers State Recreation Area

Camping:
Equestrian primitive camping – $8-$13
Camp pad without electric – $13
Camp pad with electric – $15 – $23
Winter Camping Rate with electric – $15

Caboose Lodging Season: May – September

Union Pacific Caboose Cabins: Sleep 6, $75
To enjoy your caboose to the fullest, please plan ahead to bring the following items: Bedding or sleeping bags (mattresses provided), towels and soap, eating utensils, charcoal and lighter fluid for grill cooking, cooking utensils, pillows. No pets are allowed in the cabooses.

Trout Lake: Opens 2nd Saturday in March (weather permitting) $6 a tag

Victoria Springs State Recreation Area

Camping:
Primitive tent camping – $12
Camp pad with electric – $19
Winter camping rate with electric – $14

Lodging Season: May – November

Cabins: 2-bedroom,Sleeps 4 – $65

Paddleboat Rental: $5 for 2 people

Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $60 per day with electrical hookup

Modern Camping

Most modern camping facilities are open from April through October with reservations accepted at 26 parks. Camping fees range from $8 for primitive to $35 for full service sites. Many areas use self-registration envelopes. These areas have a $5 late fee for failure to register on time. Group rates in group campgrounds are $1 per person, and there is a $5 fee for each extra picnic table for groups. Pay showers, where available, are 75 cents. Camping is available year-round, including campsites with electricity. Most modern facilities are closed November through March (weather depending).

Modern camping locations

Areas marked with a * accept reservations. If you have further questions, please contact the park and/or the Reservation Call Center 402-471-1414.

Key: SP = State Park; SHP = State Historical Park; SRA = State Recreation Area

  • Branched Oak SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $8
    Equestrian modern camping – $24
    Camping no camp pad, non-electric – $12
    Camp pad without electric – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Camp pad with full hook ups – $26
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15-$18Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day without electric or $60 with electric
  • Calamus SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $8
    Camp pad with electric – $19-$20
    Valley View Community Group Camp: $28
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day
  • Danish Alps SRA:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $13
    Equestrian modern camping – $24
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15
  • Enders SRA:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $8
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15
  • Fort Kearny SRA/SHP*:
    Camping:
    Camp pad with no electric – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day, non-electrical; $60 per day, electrical,
  • Fremont SRA*:
    Camping
    Primitive tent camping – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $16Group Facility: Monday-Thursday, $150 or Friday-Sunday, $275
  • Indian Cave SP*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $13
    Equestrian primitive camping – $13
    No camp pad with electric – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15Park Activities:
    Horseback trail rides – $18 (riders must be 6 years of age or older)
    Haunted Hollow Hayrack Ride: Adults, $8 or Children, $6
    Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day (no electric)
  • Johnson Lake SRA*:
    Camping:
    Camping no camp pad, non-electric – $13
    Camping camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15
  • Lake McConaughy SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive camping – $10
    Camping no camp pad, non-electric – $10
    Camp pad without electric – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $25
    Camp pad with full hook ups – $35
    Winter camping rate with electric – $18Visitor Center meeting room: $50 part / $100 whole; Private dock mooring fee: $200
  • Lake Minatare SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $8
    Camping no camp pad, non-electric – $8
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $12Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day, no electric
  • Lake Ogallala SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $10
    Camping no camp pad, non-electric – $10
    Camp Pad without electric – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $25
    Winter camping rate with electric – $18
  • Louisville SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $8
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15
  • Merritt SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $8
    Camping no camp pad, non-electric – $8
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15
  • Mormon Island SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $13
    Camp pad without electric – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15
  • Pawnee Lake SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $8
    Camping no camp pad, non-electric – $12
    Camp pad without electric – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15
  • Red Willow SRA:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $8
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15
  • Rock Creek Station SHP/SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $13
    Equestrian primitive camping – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $13
    Reserve a Picnic Shelter: $45 per day, non-electrical
  • Smith Falls SP*: Please call the park directly for camping reservations 402-376-1306.
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $5 per person per night
    Group Shelter: w/kitchen, $45; Scout Shelter: $30
  • Swanson Lake SRA:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $8
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15
  • Willow Creek SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $13
    Equestrian modern camping – $24
    Camping no camp pad, non-electric – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15
  • Windmill SRA*:
    Camping:
    Primitive tent camping – $13
    Camp pad without electric – $13
    Camp pad with electric – $20
    Winter camping rate with electric – $15

Non-Modern Camping

Non-modern and day-use areas are available year-round. These unstaffed areas use self-registration envelopes.

Non-modern camping locations

Key: SP = State Park; SHP = State Historical Park; SRA = State Recreation Area

  • ALEXANDRIA SRA: $8 Primitive / $15 Camping no camp pad with electric, year-round
  • BLUESTEM SRA: $8 Primitive
  • BOX BUTTE SRA: $8 Primitive / $15 Camping pad with electric, year-round
  • BRIDGEPORT SRA: $8 Primitive
  • BUFFALO BILL SRA: $8 Primitive / $14 Camping pad with electric, year-round
  • CHEYENNE SRA: $8 Primitive
  • CONESTOGA SRA: $8 Primitive / $17 Camping pad with electric, $15 winter rate
  • COTTONWOOD SRA: $8 Primitive
  • DEAD TIMBER SRA: $8 Primitive / $17 Camping pad with electric, year-round
  • GALLAGHER CANYON SRA: $8 Primitive
  • KELLER PARK SRA: $8 Primitive / $17 Camping pad with electric, year-round
  • LAKE MALONEY SRA: $8 Primitive / $17 Camping pad with electric, $12 winter rate
  • LONG PINE SRA: $8 Primitive
  • MEMPHIS SRA: $8 Primitive
  • OLIVE CREEK SRA: $8 Primitive
  • PELICAN POINT SRA: $10 Camping with pad non-electric
  • RIVERVIEW MARINA SRA: $6 Primitive, $12 Camping no pad non-electrical, $19 Camping no pad with electrical, year-round
  • ROCK CREEK LAKE SRA: $8 Primitive
  • ROCKFORD LAKE SRA: $8 Primitive / $8 Camping no pad non-electrical, $10 Camping with pad non-electric, $17 Camping with pad and electric, year-round
  • SANDY CHANNEL SRA: $8 Primitive
  • SHERMAN SRA: $8 Primitive
  • STAGECOACH SRA: $8 Primitive / $17 Camp pad with electric, $15 winter rate
  • SUMMIT LAKE SRA: $8 Primitive / $17 Camp pad with electric, year-round
  • SUTHERLAND SRA:  $8 Primitive
  • UNION PACIFIC SRA: $8 Primitive
  • VERDON LAKE SRA: $8 Primitive
  • WAGON TRAIN SRA: $8 Primitive / $17 Camp pad with electric, $15 winter rate
  • WALGREN LAKE SRA: $8 Primitive
  • WAR AXE SRA: $8 Primitive
  • WILDCAT HILLS SRA & NATURE CENTER
    $8 Primitive Camping

    • Nature Center Hours: April-September, 8 am – 4 pm daily; October-March,
      8 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday only
      Nature Center Rental: Facility Rental – $185; Classroom, $75, Lower Meeting
      Room, $110, ½ day $50

Historical parks

Take a step back in time at one of Nebraska’s nine State Historical Parks (SHP). Grounds at State Historical Parks are open daily. Visitor centers and museum hours vary seasonally. Park grounds are open year-round with a valid park entry permit.

Ashfall Fossel Beds State Historical Park

Visitor Center:
May 1 – Memorial Day weekend 10 am – 4 pm Tuesday – Saturday, Closed Sunday and Monday; Memorial Day weekend – Labor Day 9 am – 5 pm
Monday – Saturday & 11am – 5 pm on Sunday; After Labor-Day Second weekend in
October 10 am – 4 pm Tuesday – Saturday & 1 pm – 4 pm on Sunday Closed Monday.

Admission: $5 per person for age 3 and older. Age 2 and younger free.

Ash Hollow State Historical Park

Visitor Center: May 23 – September 7; Tuesday thru Sunday, 8 am – 4 pm (closed Monday thru Thursday)

Park Grounds: Open 8 am-sunset; year round

Admission: Adults (13 & up), $2; Children (3-12), $1; Under 2, free

Bowring Ranch State Historical Park

Visitor Center:
May 23 – Sept 7, Monday-Saturday (closed on Wednesdays), 10 am – 4 pm and Sundays noon – 4 pm

Admission: Adults (13 & up),$2; Children (3-12), $1; Under 2, free

Buffalo Bill State Historical Park

House & Barn:
March 30 – May 22, Monday – Friday, 10 am – 4 pm (closed weekends)
May 23 – September 7, open seven days a week, 9 am – 5 pm
September 8 – October 2, open Monday – Friday, 10 am – 4 pm (closed weekends)

House Admission: Adults (13 & up),$2; Children (3-12), $1; Under 2 free

Historical Barn Rental: $500

Wedding Rental: $300

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park

Harold W. Andersen Visitor Center & Buildings:
May 3 – 16 and September 5 – October 11, open weekends only from 10 am – 5 pm
May 23 – September 7, open daily from 10 am to 5 pm

Living History:
Schedule with interpretations from 10 am to 5 pm as follows:
May 2 & 3; June 6 & 7; July 4 & 5; August 1 & 2; September 5 & 6; Oct. 3 & 4.

Admission: Adults (13 & up),$2; Children (3-12), $1; Under 2, free

Fort Hartsuff State Historical Park

April 1 – September 30
Most buildings open: 8 am – 8 pm seven days a week
Grounds open: 8 am – sunset

May 23 – September 7
Office & Gift Shop open: 10 am to 5 pm Saturdays and Sundays or by appointment
Buildings open: 8 am – 5 pm seven days a week
Grounds open: 8 am – sunset

October 1 – March 31
Most buildings open: 8 am – 5 pm
Grounds open: 8 am to sunset
Admission: Adults (13 & up),$2; Children (3-12), $1; Under 2, free

Fort Kearny State Historical Park

Visitor Center & Buildings:
First Friday in March – Second Friday in April, 9 am – 5 pm. Daily (Crane Information Center).
Second Tuesday in April – May 10, by appointment only or at superintendent’s discretion.
May 11 – Sept 7, 9 am to 5 pm. Daily.
September 8 – October 15 by appointment only or at superintendent’s discretion.

Admission: Adults (13 & up),$2; Children (3-12), $1; Under 2, free

Rock Creek Station State Historical Park

Visitor Center & Buildings: May 1 – Sept 20, 10 am – 5 pm, Daily; Sept. 21 – Oct. 25, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekends only.

Admission: Adults (13 & up),$2; Children (3-12), $1; Under 2, free

Picnic Shelter: $60, a day

Wedding Fee: $300.00

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