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3 RV Parks near Cambridge, Nebraska
Aug 2017 - $1.00
Nice campground for an overnight stay. Electric sites only - 50 amp. There is water & dump station just outside entrance to RV Park. Bathrooms available in McKinley Park if one is not self-contained. Camping cost: donation. Pros: right off of highway. Cons: some traffic & train noise. Would definitely stay here again & recommend. Gem of a city park. - Tinisu
May 2017 - $5.00
As many have said, this city park offers free camping, but accept donations. There is a donation box on the restrooms building. We only stayed here one night. There are only 7 sites, in a half-moon shape. All sites have electric and there is a water spigot in the center park area. Electric was good. We got 1 OTA channel, and didn't try satellite since we were only there one night. It would've been tough to get it as there are trees all around the edge. If you are out by the road, you could get it for sure. It was strange, we showed up at 3 and there were 5 other campers there. This is definitely not a quiet park. You are sandwiched between a railroad track and US Hwy 34. The train does not blow a whistle, but we were so close to the track that it rumbled. Trains came through at midnight and 7am. Lots of truck traffic on 34. People showed up at midnight to camp and had very loud motors in their RV. Not sure we'd camp here again. Too noisy and no security. - jacknpeg
Apr 2017 - $10.00
A wonderful city park. Fee is a donation. Electrical (50 amp), dump station and water available. Rest rooms currently closed. Highly recommended for a night over. - deasigns
Oct 2016 - $1.00
This is the type of great little RV Park that we'd never know about without this web site. Just outside of town, easily accessed from any direction. If coming from the west in a big rig, you may need to start your right turn from the center lane as the entrance doubles back in the opposite direction. Pulling into any of the loop sites gives you plenty of room in a shaded, paved area with a picnic table. As others have said, the train runs behind but the noise isn't significant. The 50A power worked well, and Verizon cell and data worked well. Satellite users will want to park in the very first and last sites to clear the trees along the south edge of the park. A great service provided by the city of McCook, don't hesitate to leave a donation. - Meanderman