Approximately 1,800 acres of water, two swimming beaches, hiking trails, and well-maintained modern, primitive and equestrian campsites draw visitors.Wagon Train State Recreation Area, in Lancaster County about 70 miles southwest of Omaha, comprises 746 acres of land and a 315-acre lake.Blue Lake beach offers sunbathing, swimming and panfish, bass, channel catfish and northern pike fishing.
For more information, contact the Lower Loup Natural Resource District at (308) 728-3221. Sherman Reservoir State Recreation Area (website) Sherman Reservoir State Recreation Area has 360 non-pad, non-electrical sites for campers.
Sherman also has a dump station, showers and modern restrooms.
Total area of 15 acres with rest rooms and showers, multipurpose use building, outdoor BBQ grills, basketball court, playground structure and 42 concrete slab RV pads with picnic tables, electric, water and sewer hook-ups.
There are 42 sites, each surrounded by bluegrass and open spaces with a breathtaking view of the Scotts Bluff National Monument.
Each campsite includes paved drives and patios with individual picnic tables.
Bussell Park In Ord, RV and camper hook-ups can be found in the scenic Bussell Park.
The Calamus is the second longest lake in Nebraska, with fishing, boating and water sports, wind-surfing and canoeing.
The Calamus State Recreation Area has two modern and two primitive campgrounds.
Visit the aquatic center and indoor playground, explore the park’s hiking and biking trails, climb the observation tower and choose one of many lodging options.