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6 RV Parks near Madison, Nebraska
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Madison. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Madison in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $18.00
Good place for a short stay in Norfolk. Long concrete parking pads, no problem getting our 41 foot MH and toad parked. Electric only sites, water hydrant at the entrance. Self-register, no reservations, but there were many sites available midweek. Verizon phone and internet worked here. From the park entrance, there are signs directing you to the campground. Road through campground is one-way. - JA1800
Aug 2017 - $18.00
We stayed 1 night and the area is exactly what we expected - clean campground area, clean bathrooms, and nice area in general for a walk and bike ride. The shower is warm and has good water pressure. Free strong Wi-Fi. - Elmore
Apr 2016 - $12.00
Just off US-81 at the S end of town. Very large city park with small RV facility. Some road noise, but quiets down at sunset. Restroom has a single shower, toilet, sink for each M/F side, clean. Good WiFi (free). No pull-throughs, back-in only. Concrete pads tend to slope slightly toward the access roadway. Cash or check, no cards. Elec & water hookups only. - dave3114
Jul 2011 - $10.00
This is a Diamond in the rough. A small site that has 8 30amp and 1 50amp sites. The town is a small farming community so don't expect the foo-foo that you will get else where. The community swimming pool is 50 yards away. Spaces are first come, first serve. The cost of $10.00 a night is the best deal around. It is right next to the City Park, which has restrooms. It's not for everyone but for one night, you can't go wrong. I would recommend it to everybody and go back in a COUNTRY minute. - spanky
May 2010 - $0.00
This is a no frills campground that is free. It is about 5 miles north of Columbus on the north shore of Lake Babcock, actually a reservoir. The sites are level, mostly gravel. 20 and 30 amps available but no water or sewer connections. There are big trees and most of the sites have good views of the lake. The closest sites are perhaps 50 feet from the water. No TV reception. No road or train noise. - rncordy
Jul 2018 - $1.00
I had to put $1 for the price because it would not let me put -0-, but the park is free. It would be nice if the county would offer more information when calling. I had to call twice with simple questions such as size of the spaces, how crowded does it get and access. We were coming in with a 44' motorhome and did not want to get stuck on a back road. No one could answer my questions. When we got there I could see why, doesn't seem that anyone monitors this park. It seems some of the RVs have been there more than the 7 day max. This is a small campground with only about 10 spaces and no reservations. It is FREE and right on the lake. Our 44' motorhome barely fit into the space and had to park our tow across the road. The great part is that it is right on the lake with a beautiful view with room between spaces. The bad part is that people seem to throw their trash everywhere instead of using the available trash cans. It was fairly easy to enter and exit. That being said, We stayed 2 nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. - Old Farts
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Pros: Restroom was OK. RV pads and surrounding green space are a good size, with plenty of trees and lots of grass. Good electrical hook-up. Water fill easy to get to on the way in. Some services a few miles away in Pierce, but Norfolk is only 10 miles away. Park was quiet even when quite full. Supervisors very friendly. Cons: Signage and map provided were confusing. Plan on driving around to find out where your site is. Showers are coin-operated. RV dump not working in park, and sign said to dump in Pierce but did not give location. We asked a park supervisor and were directed to a dump site behind the county jail. Lake not usable due to algae, but the park was probably quieter because of no boaters, so this was a plus for us. We paid $28 a night for both camping fee and daily state park pass. - Traveler__
Oct 2015 - $25.00
We did not stay there for two reasons: A - The lake water is still on a Blue/Green Algae warning. This means our dog should not swim there.
B - The total fee (day pass plus camping) would have been 25$. We already had the day pass, but we were only wanting a flat place forthe night. Those are the two reasons for this report. - Matt_C
Aug 2011 - $10.00
This is a lovely, wonderful park in a crappy little town. The water was closed due to algae, but the camping is wonderful. Showers are OK, clean enough, not the best. Very big campsites with lots of room. Birds, cardinals!, everywhere. One cardinal was pecking in our car mirror at himself, over and over. We would stay here again. - User2084
Sep 2018 - $1.00
Don't know how this camp got a 7 rating. It was just a dirt path on the side of a house. No upkeep done. Spaces were really close together and just dirt. Looked like mostly permanent rigs and looked like a tough crowd. I felt I should have been armed. Drove through the dump and kept on trucking down the road. This place should be removed from all websites. - tejas two
Jul 2015 - $20.00
4 miles west of Columbus, on Hwy 81 but noise level was not an issue. Sites are big. All have 50 amps and a full hook-up. Self service check-in. - littlegeneral
Aug 2013 - $15.00
The park electric is very good at 122 VAC (all 50A), water is fine, sewer OK. Perfectly level. Share pedestal with neighbor. If you are BIG you will need to unhook or take up 2 sites and park at an angle. We angled into two sites with our 45' bus and Hummer tow. The owner graveled 100% of a section about the size of a football field next to their house. Check-in and pay is honor system, drop $15 in the box. But as we called ahead, and they said on phone, "BIGS with tow not a problem, you only pay for one." - fulltimer 2