Stayed two nights in the lower campground site 102 to view the bridge at night. The site was OK but in the forested area muddy and damp. We moved up to 169 in the top campground and it is great. You need to fill with fresh water at the RV dump at the entrance to the either camp. We will always stay here when in this area.
Nice small town campground located in the city park. It is very tight to get into and out. Only small trailers or motorhomes recommended. We camped here with a 25 foot travel trailer . The police collect the fees or you pay at the city office on Main street. Very quiet and well kept up park. Will stay here again.
Perched above the Colorado river . Very beautiful quiet area to park. No large sites for big rigs with mostly back in sites. Worked great for our 25 foot RV. Always a stop over for us for hiking, fishing, and quite relaxation.
Great park to stop over at or visit the area. Located along the Colorado River with nice walking trail. Very nice sites both pull throughs and back ins. Very easy on and off the interstate. We always stop here for a couple of days when going through.
Very nice upscale park with an upscale price per night. National park pass is good only for dry camp sites at 13.50 per night. Showers are not included in camp price. Very nice laundrey. View is great at sunrise.
The price rate is Escapees membership price. A very friendly Escapees park with wide parking spaces. Their laundry is very clean and works very well. The only drawback is the highway noise from the interstate and trains. We will always stay here when in the area.
Rated it a 4 only because of closeness to railroad to the railroad tracks. The trains run every half an hour and blow horns all though this small town. If you like railroads this is the place for you. We only dozed between trains. The park has a nice lay out and very clean. Broken Bow is a very friendly nice town.
Escapees member park with no frills. Sites are close together. The back row is tight to get in and out of. No reservations are accepted. Staff is great and very helpful with camping and area information and where to buy tickets. Night entertainment and breakfast on Sat. A.M. We will stay again.
This park is located on Highway 12 on the south side of town. The price also includes breakfast which was good. All of the sites are back ins on a gravel lot behind the motel with a small park behind it. It is good place to overnight in or stay while visiting the area.
This is a very good park to stay in when taking in the Medora musical and other sights in the area. Our truck broke down and they helped us find repairs. We will definitely stay here again when in Medora.
Showers and rest rooms were clean. The showers lacked privacy for dressing. The parking area is a gravel wind blown lot surrounded with semi to permanent residents some with a lot of junk around them. We wouldn't stay here again unless there was no where else to stay.
This is a very nice state park. It does have train noise and interstate noise but the river and beauty cancels that out. We spent time here basking in the sun watching wild horses watering and birds of all kinds watering in Colorado River. We will stay again.
This is a great park in the fall watching the Mississippi river and the colors change. It is a busy park and has a train that passes a few times during the day. The sites are great with plenty of room and easy to get into. The river sites are first come first serve. We stay here often to enjoy the river.
St.James is a nice small friendly town. The park is very nice lots of recreation available. The sites are spaced close but not crowed expect on holidays and weekends. We will stay here again. The restrooms and showers were ok but cold and in need heaters, didn't use them.
Verdigre is a small beautiful friendly town located in north central Nebraska. The camp is shady and peaceful. Water is available at hydrants. We use this camp for overnights to visit relatives in the area. The park is set up for smaller trailers and motor homes.
This is a very beautiful remote county park with a stream and natural bridge located off of Interstate 25 west of Douglas. This park is not for any rigs over 20-25 feet, as the road is narrow winding and the sites are small. The stream, natrual bridge and red rock walls awesome.
We use this clean, quite park as an overnight park. It is off of hwy 20 and easy to reach. Ainsworth is a remote friendly sandhills town town with businesses close to resuppy . The price is right for an overnight stop.
This is a very beautiful park to camp at in October. The falls colors are everywhere up and down the Mississippi. Large rigs may have trouble with overhanging limbs and getting into most sites. We stayed three nights and had a great time in the area.
This park is a very nice park with nice scenery. some of the lower sites can have highway noise but not much as there is not much traffic out here in western Nebraska. The water is not at each site but is a hydrant spaced so that several sites can fill their tanks so carry extra hose. Last summers forest fires did not burn into the park. Overall a nice park so stay and relax in.
We only use this park as an over night stop during the week days. During the October weekends the town has Octoberfest and the park is very crowded and gets rowdy with drinking and partying. The Stone Hill Winery has excellent wines and dining. The narrow iron bridge is being replaced with a new one and should be done by spring.