Nebraska RV Camping
RV Camping In Nebraska

Cambridge City RV Park is our featured campground in Nebraska. It is just one of many excellent community campgrounds with RV facilities in Nebraska.

Nebraska RV Camping and Campgrounds

RV camping opportunities are located throughout Nebraska. The Cornhusker State offers campers and RVers free and inexpensive campgrounds in or near almost every community in the state. The National Park Service (NPS), US Forest Service (USFS), and state and community parks offer facilities that vary from dry camping to full RV hookups.

Private RV Parks and Campgrounds

  • Private RV Parks - Research tools for finding the best RV parks and campgrounds in Nebraska.

Federal RV Camping In Nebraska

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RV Dumps Stations In Nebraska

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Community Campgrounds

Nebraska Camping Maps - We've generated a map of 50 public campgrounds across Nebraska. This map shows many, but not all free and low cost camping locations. No federal campgrounds are shown.

The following are just a few examples of Nebraska community campgrounds. Click the links below for maps and Nebraska official community campground and RV camping information.

Allen RV Camping Location Map ALLEN

 Municipal campground offers RV camping by donation. Water, electric and sewer available. Allen is a lovely small town of just over 400 people.

Arcadia RV Camping Location Map ARCADIA

RV camping is available with donation at Garden Club Park. This municipal park offers water, electricity, RV dump station, fishing, swimming and a playground.

Aurora RV Camping Location Map AURORA

Streeter Park offers donation fee RV camping. 18 campsites, water, electric, dump station, fire grates, swimming, playground.

Bancroft RV Camping Location Map BANCROFT

$6 will pay for an RV or tent campsite at Bancroft Park. Water, electricity, RV dump, flush toilets, and playground.

Bassett RV Camping Location Map BASSETT

Donation fee for RV camping sites as well as tent locations at Bassett City Park. Water, electricity, RV dump, flush toilets, fire grates, swimming, and showers.

Battle Creek RV Camping Location Map BATTLE CREEK

RV camping is available at Battle Creek Municipal Park. Water, electric, RV dump, toilets, swimming, and playground. Donation

Beatrice RV Camping Location Map BEATRICE

3 municipal campgrounds are available for RV camping with Riverside Park being the least expensive at $9.

Beaver City RV Camping Location Map BEAVER CITY

Westside Park offers inexpensive RV camping. $6 per night or $30 per week with water, electric, RV dump, flush toilets and more.

Beaver Crossing RV Camping Location Map BEAVER CROSSING

A short distance off I-70, the City Park offers donation camping with electric, flush toilets, fire grates, water, swimming and a playground.

Blue Springs RV Camping Location Map BLUE SPRINGS

3 day limited free camping available at Feits Memorial Park. Water, fire grates, and fishing.

Bruning RV Camping Location Map BRUNING

14 day free RV camping limit is available at Bruning Dam. Vault toilets, boat ramp and fishing are available.

CAMBRIDGE

The Cambridge City RV Park is a great place to spend a night or a week. Located along the Republican River, Cambridge offers many recreational opportunities.

Curtis RV Camping Location Map CURTIS

First 3 days free camping, then $5 per day at Mill Park. Water, electric, RV dump, flush toilets, fishing, and playground.

North Platte RV Camping Location Map NORTH PLATTE

Cody Park Campground offers 7 day limited camping. $5 per night with 40 RV spaces, RV dump, flush toilets, fire grates, drinking water, boat ramp, and swimming.

Wymore RV Camping Location Map WYMORE

Wymore Arbor State Park offer 14 day stay limit with a $7 per day charge. Water, electric, RV dump, flush toilets, and swimming.

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Public Land
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USFS (US Forest Service) - Describes USFS policies and rules about RV camping in Nebraska. Information about dispersed camping, and tips on how to find great free RV camping sites.

NPS (National Park Service) - General information about RV camping and campgrounds in US National Parks. With campgrounds in the most historic and scenic places in the country, the NPS offers some of the best places for RV camping.

USACE/COE (US Army Corp of Engineers) - USACE (perhaps better know as COE) manages water recreation areas throughout the USA. Information about finding USACE lakes, RV camping possibilities, and rules and policies for use of these water based recreation areas is included.

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Free and Low Cost
RV Camping In Nebraska

Free RV camping is available throughout Nebraska. Many small towns city parks and fairgrounds allow free overnight and extended stays. By checking with local police or city offices, you will very often be told of a free place to spend the night. There is limited free dispersed camping in the USDA National Forests.

Nebraska's Travel and Tourism Department has a wonderful web site that will point you every "official" free and low cost RV camping location. The site is easy to navigate once you know where to look. Here's how to find these great official RV camping locations...

  • Go to the Nebraska Travel Website and scroll down to the State region map.
  • Click the map region you wish information about.
  • Click on the "accommodations" link.
  • Scroll down to the "Campgrounds" section at the bottom of the page.

You are presented a list of campgrounds and can actually save chosen RV camping locations into a "travel Planner" for later reference.

Free Overnight Parking Ideas

Here's a list of places to consider when looking for a free overnight RV camping or parking location in Nebraska. We always recommend asking for overnight RV parking permission when looking for a free spot to spend the night. The smaller your RV, the better chances you will have finding places to stay if you choose not to ask permission. If you don't ask permission, you end up "sneaking" into places and hoping nobody bothers you or issues you a trespassing ticket before you move on.

Be smart and Be Safe...Ask Permission.

  • Truck Stops - Asking permission is usually not a requirement Be considerate of the big rigs!
  • Walmart - Not all stores allow overnight RV parking in Nebraska due to city ordinances. Check store for policy.
  • Nightclubs - Had one too many or just pretending?
  • Grain Elevators - Ask where you can park your RV out of the way for the night.
  • Fraternal Organizations - VFW, Elks etc. may allow members free overnight RV camping.
  • Cemetery - Sounds creepy to us, but we've also heard they may have water available.
  • Fairgrounds - State and County facilities may allow RV camping when not otherwise in use.
  • Parks - City, County, State, and Community parks often have free RV camping.
  • Churches - You can almost make "reservations" by calling ahead for permission.
  • Hotel Parking Lots - Assuming a nightclub/bar is inside, had one too many or just pretending?
  • Truck Terminals - Parking areas for large trucks might allow you free RV camping permission.
  • RV Dealers - Pretty brave to us, but you could fit right in.
  • Cracker Barrel - These nationwide restaurants usually allow free overnight RV parking.
  • Movie Theaters - Too tired to drive home after the late show?
  • Highway Rest Areas - All rest areas allow a few hours of free RV parking, but noisy.
  • Drive In Movies - Got a small RV, park in the back row and enjoy the show. Fell asleep by accident right?
  • Vehicle Repair Shops - Need to see the repairman first thing in the morning?
  • Big Box Retailers - Kmart, Best Buy, Sams Club often allow free RV camping.
  • Roadside Parks & Picnic Areas - The early day version of the rest area.

As you can see, there are a lot of free RV camping and parking possibilities in Nebraska. If you are not asking permission, it's best to keep a very low profile. If your RV has slide outs, jacks and TV antennas, don't use them so as not to draw attention to yourself. Consider your surroundings carefully and if you feel uncomfortable with the area, move somewhere else.

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