Cambridge Nebraska, built along the banks of the Republican River and Medicine Creek, has a very nice city run RV park. Besides the 50 amp available hookup spaces suitable for any size RV, there is plenty of room for tent campers as well. Water and RV dump station are conveniently located just outside the designated camping area. Water, trash cans, and charcoal grills are provided in the campground.
The RV park is situated on the east side of town and is easily accessable from US Highways 6 & 34. The following satellite image is from Google Earth showing the RV park on the east edge of town.
DeLorme Topo image of Cambridge showing RV park and downtown location.
Donations are accepted for stays at the campground with a registration kiosk at the campground entrance.
"Life Is Good" is the Cambridge town slogan and after visiting, you will likely agree. Travelers will find most RV camping supplies they should need. Propane is available at the Co-op about one mile west of town, and there are several places with good food. Groceries, pharmacy, variety store, flower and gift shop, bowling alley, two car dealerships, auto parts, and friendly churches await you.
Cambridge has a wondeful free museum a block west of Patterson (main street) next to the library. A wide variety of historical items from prehistoric bones to recent history are on display. If golf is your thing, the Cross Creek Golf Club is one of the nations finest public courses. Many visitors combine an RV camping trip with Golf in Cambridge.
We recommend you plan on staying in Cambridge on your RV camping trip in the area. A safe and friendly town with almost everything you and your RV could need.
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