We spent 4 nights. We looked on-line and found a 50 amp site that would accommodate our rig. We stayed there Wednesday through Saturday, and since we are self-contained, we didn't use the showers. Although I looked at them. They were clean and spacious, but very dark and you had to pay for the showers. I loved the quiet atmosphere during the week. The trains were close, but we sleep with a fan, so the noise was not a problem. For the price, I thought this was an excellent park and would stay there again. The lakes were small, but beautiful. We had a family reunion there and were able to rent their new Rec Room. The ranger was very accommodating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, mature state campground. Plenty of tall Cottonwood trees, lakes, and paved spaces. Plan to fill water tank before setting up. This place is very crowded with locals during the weekends. The state reservation website stated we couldn't make reservations for the newer sites so we arrived with no reservation, and only a few spaces available. I think this would be a great campground "off season". Access is controlled into park and security patrol at nite. OBTW, additional state tax (park permit) is required beyond daily camping fee. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The Fremont lakes is a ok campground. Its fairly typical of Nebraska State Parks campgrounds. The showers and bathrooms are ok and usually a little dirty as they get a ton of use. Pretty typical of a public shower/bathroom that gets a lot of abuse. The showers cost either $1 or .50 (cant remember what I paid) but you do get quite a bit of shower time for that. You have a little coin operated device in the showers. So bring quarters if you want to shower in th CG. What I liked: its a nice campground and nice and level for riding bikes and going for walks. Camp sites are fairly roomy. Some are close but there are plenty of good sites. It's a good weekend campground. What I dont like: Not a lot to do. Hardly any playground equipment. The sites are very sandy so there is very little grass and the sand follows you everywhere. A lot of burs that my dog kept getting into. The term 'lakes' should be used loosely. These are not lakes, they are ponds. The boating lake is a long narrow pond with an island in the middle and you boat around in circles. Its kind of comical actually. The worst part is the noise. A train track runs along the park. You get train noise constantly. There is also a large elevator not to far away and when its blowers are running, its produces a lot of noise. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There are 2 campground areas, one along Highway 30 and the other aprox 1/8 mile south over the railroad tracks. I would suggest taking the time to go to the south campground. The south campground offers lakeside camping, quiet shady pads, boating and beach swimming. There are dump stations and places through out the park to fill your water tank at the south campground. A state park permit is required. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a gravel parking lot with a dump station. Sites are 30 amp water & electric. Self register for parking and/or dumping. Looks like there may be portable toilets, but no restrooms, so mostly self-contained units. Park was clean and good for an overnight with lots of grassy areas around the perimeter. There had been lots of rain but the ground was fairly solid. No frills but a terrific deal. We camped here in a Motorhome.