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4 RV Parks near Neligh, Nebraska
Aug 2017 - $13.00
Self registration is at restrooms. Grounds are nice, plenty of trees, somewhat level. Electric and water at site. Dump station on way out. Highway noise. Lots of non-camper traffic. The rate is great but the bathrooms/showers are just gross. - Shortsaler
Jun 2017 - $14.00
Very nice city park. Many activities available, pool, horseshoes, playground, etc. - Mike Hartwell
Jun 2016 - $13.00
Neligh Park campground is an unexpected surprise. It is quiet, well kept and sites are on level and well mowed lawn. There are mature trees for shade at most of the sites and trash barrels throughout. Water pressure is good and the WiFi signal strength is excellent. Payment is cash or US check only. Really a great value when exploring northeast Nebraska. - Qwest
Aug 2017 - $15.00
This is a beautiful grass lot in the heart of this lovely little (quiet!) Nebraska town (Pop 388) located behind the (very friendly) owner's home at 200 E. Norman. It's a big corner lot so it's easy to find and set up. It is a private park that welcomes visitors. Although it is called a mobile home park, there are no mobile homes here. They have 6 full hookup back-in sites with shared power. That is, there are three pedestals, each with a 20,30 and 50amp receptacle so if someone is using the 30, there will be a 20 an a 50 remaining. While little used, it might be worth calling to be sure to get a spot as there are several local functions (Like Rae Valley Days) that can fill the park. NOTE: The town does NOT allow Pit Bulls so if you have one or a dog that looks like one, don't use this park! - 1998 Ultrasport
Sep 2013 - $10.00
Nice small town campground located in the city park. It is very tight to get into and out. Only small trailers or motorhomes recommended. We camped here with a 25 foot travel trailer . The police collect the fees or you pay at the city office on Main street. Very quiet and well kept up park. Will stay here again. - NE Travelers
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