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2 RV Parks near Oshkosh, Nebraska
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Oshkosh. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Oshkosh in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $25.00
This is an awesome small park with beautiful mature trees and very nice grass sites, walk in your bare feet grass, all sites are pull thru, the owner and staff are very nice. The park is next to a small restaurant and store, sites are level and yes there are trains close by but we enjoyed watching them, once asleep we didnt hear anything. We feel this is a hidden gem and will definitely stay again when heading for Wyoming or South Dakota . - Tfrout
Aug 2017 - $25.00
Nice small RV park with FHU but no restrooms. Great place for an overnight stay. Pros; all pull thru level grass sites, FHU, a row of large trees for some shade, good store and café ¼ mile away, good cell service. Great price. Owner held normal price during eclipse weekend. Cons; can hear hourly trains but slept ok. Pedestals set up for back to back parking, but owner requested all park in same direction so utilities on wrong side for half the sites, but pick you own site and not busy so can park in a site with pedestal on back, trees will block roof mounted sat signal, portable sat OK, no wifi or cable. No restrooms or showers and no tents. Restrooms in store. Not busy. No discounts, price already low. Would stay there again. - Pepper Dan
Jun 2016 - $21.00
This is a small park attached to a small general store, restaurant, gas station. The campground is about a quarter mile or less on a dirt road away from the main building, so there is no noise from traffic using the other facilities. The sites are grassy pull throughs, with a row of trees shading the front of each site. There is a shared utility pole with electricity and water between every two sites. The sites were long enough that we did not have to disconnect the towed from our 36 foot.
The campground is located very close to a railroad track. There were frequent trains during the night.
I did not see a bath house in the campground and did not enquire about facilities at the store.
This is a great overnight stop for anyone traveling on route 26. - Merrymac
Jul 2018 - $25.00
Pull through FHU 30 amp site on grass. Grounds are neatly mowed. Some train noise early but not noticeable after 10:00 pm. Lots of grassy areas to walk the dog. Good place for a one night stop. Easy off and on I-80. Several long term residents but all was neat and quiet. - campingdog
Jun 2018 - $13.00
We only spent the night at the park but was very easy to get in and get out of. There were a lot of comments on the trains but after I laid down I never heard them overnight. I could hear them when I was awake but it was not that bad. The person that checked us in was great and he had us just pull along side a bunch of back in sites and plug in for the night. It was perfect for us and we didn't even need to level the trailer as the area was perfectly flat. I do need to mention the water as it was great!!! We live in Oregon on a well and are use to chorine free water and this water was the same. No strange tastes! I would recommend this park to anyone traveling. - Wally Shreves
Sep 2017 - $13.00
This is a very nice park, full hookups, level. The owner is an elderly gentleman who is a delight. He's friendly as can be as well as being a Cracker Jack woodworker. He took us around to his shop where he builds Adirondack chairs designed for older folks who have trouble getting getting out of traditional Adirondack chairs. The only drawback is there is a Union Pacific dual track main line that passes close by and a crossing adjoining the property. It does get a little noisy at times. It's still a great spot. - User3255