Fremont Lakes State Recreation Area
2351 County Road 18
Website: Fremont Lakes State Recreation Area
One of Nebraska’s most popular vacation spots, Fremont State Lakes, features approximately 40 acres of land and almost 300 acres of water in its 20 sandpit lakes. The park is located just three miles west of Fremont in the town of Lincoln. Whether their game is boating, fishing, or water skiing; water sports enthusiasts will have a blast here. When the weather is nice, a beautiful swimming beach is available. A ramp is provided for personal water craft in the designated area, and a handicap accessible fishing pier makes this a great place for everyone! Showers and clean water are provided with camp sites aplenty for those wishing to stay overnight (200 sites with hard-surfaced pads and electrical hook-ups as well as 600 primitive non-pad sites are available). Picnicking under the mature shade trees is quite the treat for when you are ready to take a break from the endless fun available, here. It’s no surprise that Fremont Lakes State Recreation Area is the place to be!
Dead Timber State Recreation Area
North of Scribner on U.S. Route 275
Dead Timber State Recreation Area was the site of a seasonal Indian encampment. Local legend holds that the area acquired its name after an Indian campfire got out of control and burned much of the standing timber in the area, hence the name Dead Timber.The park is located between the Elkhorn River and an oxbow lake that was once part of the nearby meandering river. The park is open for year-round recreation including fishing, camping, and non-powered boating. Primitive camping
Fireman Park Campground
3rd Street, Snyder, NE
It is truly gorgeous here at this primitive campground; at Fireman Park Campground you can get a nicer wilderness experience than you would get at a more civilized campground. There’s lots to do close to Fireman Park Campground such as playing golf, fishing, and swimming.
Winslow City Park Campground
9677 County Road 3
Website: Camp Fontanelle