Was given reservations for 2 sites for Sept 8th, sites 19 & 20. On arrival, the sites were occupied and People refused to move, even for park manager. There were several folks with the same problem. The Park managers were not on duty, even tho it was early afternoon and supposed to be open to 8:00pm Most screwed up operation. I ever seen.
We didn't make reservations. The office was closed when we arrived. Sign had info and it was first come first serve. We found nice pull thru spot with 50 amp. Walked over to Cabelas store and paid. Very easy. Sites are level with gravel. Plenty of space and I thought there was more than enough room driving around in the park with 38 foot fifth wheel. I'd stay here again in a heart beat
Sidney, NE . . . Nice size park with close sites and with grass, picnic table & bbq. Would stay again! (nd)
Be careful in a big rig. The interior of the park can be tight.
Clean sites very close to Cabela's store. Can walk to Cabela's as well as other stores and fast food places. Clean facilities. No interstate noise. Great place to walk and get exercise. Would recommend to fellow travelers.
Stayed here in a 43ft towing, plenty of room. RV wash right across the street along with a couple of restaurants Fun store as well.
Called 60 miles out and was told first come bases, no office staff, self check-in. Drop box, $32 with GS. A little tight, but very do-able. Stayed in a 38ft motor home, towing..did not unhook to park. Oh ya, high water presure ??
No staff, pick a site and fill out form and drop envelope with money in box. If no forms have to walk over to store to pay. Got there early and only about six sites occupied. By dark the park was about full. FHU sites level side to side but with a slight uphill toward the front of site. Nice walking area to walk dog.
Called the store to reserve but our name wasn't on list. Fortunately there were open spaces. Nice park and within easy waking distance to store. Good spot for overnight stay.
The campground is only $26 for the night with full hookups, however when you factor in shopping at Cabela's it became one of the most expensive places we have stayed. That said it was clean with decent spacing, some shade and handy for an overnight. We arrived about 2 pm, about 1/3 the sites were filled, by 7 pm it was 90%. Since its first come first serve I would recommend to arrive by 5 or 6 pm. You can also park for free in designated areas of their parking lot, however most of these were used by trucks. The nearby Walmart also allows overnight, however it was nearly filled by trucks.
Very nice first come first serve park. Pay cash by self registering or pay at the Cabelas store across the parking lot and get your GSC discount (only $27 per night). Most sites are pull through with full hookup and cable. WiFi worked good, great Verizon signal. Restrooms and showers were clean and nice. Get here by 4 pm and should have no problem finding a spot, after 7 pm it fills up fast but there are electric only and dry camping available most always. We would definitely stay here again if we ever come through Nebraska again.
We found this to be perfect for our overnight stop. Drive in, pick a spot, pay the fee, use the facilities they have to offer, walk to a good Mexican restaurant, sleep, get up and get back on the road. Perfect!
This park at Cabela's HQ would get a 5 star rating from me if the WiFi was better. We could not get connected with any of our devices except my cell phone and that dropped out repeatedly. On the good side however, this is a pretty park with easy on/off the interstate and there are no hosts that hover over you like some parks. There is an outstanding paved walking path around the property and we were able to walk our dog 2.5 miles to give you an idea just how long it is. This is one of the best parks we've seen and if the wifi ever gets improved, it will be nearly perfect.
You can't beat 27 bucks full hookup. Right off the expressway. we paid inside and spend some money. sites are pretty big and first come first serve fills up for sure by dinner. will stay here anytime I'm in the area. We camped here in a 27 ft trailer.
Wanted to stay hooked up. And even if we did unhook, not made for 42ft fifth wheels with back electric hookup. Have to face east. Electric boxes in front of site.
Worked perfect for us. It is unfortunate they will not take reservations so I will avoid during busier times
Not for big rigs . Park was full of permanent construction workers. Would not even consider again.