RV and tent camping
You’ll be surprised by how many beautiful places in Nebraska state parks that recreational vehicles can visit. Pick one and come experience all that these gorgeous campgrounds have to offer.
Or get close to nature by choosing a tent camping experience. Spend the day enjoying the many park amenities around you, then settle in for an evening of grilling and s’mores over a campfire. It’s sure to make for an experience you won’t forget.
At the end of a busy day of riding, make your life easier by choosing a state park with overnight accommodations for both horse and rider. Select Nebraska state parks offer equestrian campgrounds, including horse corrals, hitching posts and water, as well as other amenities.
Camping is available year-round in Nebraska. Nebraska’s state parks, state historical parks and state recreation areas offer five levels of camping: full hookup, electric plus, electric, basic, and primitive. Rates are consistent across all parks throughout the state, with the exception of Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area and Smith Falls State Park.
We know a campfire is an important part of camping — for the s’mores alone. But, firewood transported from other locations can harbor the Emerald Ash Borer or other invasive pests that are harmful to Nebraska woodlands and landscapes.
Help prevent the spread of invasive pests by acquiring firewood within 50 miles of your destination and burning all of it rather than taking it to another location.