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Date of Stay: June, 2008 - $12.00
This is a rustic campground in a state recreation area located a mile east of the town of Lone Pine on Nebraska's Highway 20 an entry point of the sand hills region. Nearby are available excursions down the Wild and Scenic designated Niobrabra river. There are several motor sites and a group site, as well as a tenting section. Some of the sites are large and would accommodate rigs short of a fifth wheel but the amenities are limited to a hand actuated water pump and outhouses. The entire area is protected from wind in a ravine of a tributary creek to the Niobrabra. There are transmission towers to the East that have distracting aircraft warning beacons, but is otherwise a peaceful and well maintained area. The site we camped on had a paved pad and mowed grounds about a 1/2 acre in size. Nebraskans like to camp in large groups, so occasionally you may run into some crowds. All of those we ran into were respectful of quite time and well behaved. We camped at Long Pine State Recreation Area in a Tent Trailer.Undo
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