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4 RV Parks near Ravenna, Nebraska
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Ravenna. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Ravenna in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $20.00
We stayed here 2 nights at the end of July. The CG is nicely maintained (grass cut and clean) but this is an older CG modeled after smaller campers. I had trouble backing into our site because the "pull thru" site right across the street from me was so close to the road. I don't blame the camper in the pull-thru site, it's just the poor design of the CG. My spot was also very short. My 29' TT fit but I had no room to park my truck without being half way in the grass. The CG is a hot spot for locals and the place was packed with people visiting their friends. The loop roads are narrow and the back-in sites should dictate which way to drive but there are no one-way signs and I was constantly meeting people head on going the wrong direction. If this CG had some updating (water at each site, longer back-in sites and better designed pull thru sites), I'd stay here again. But, at this time, it's just too small and crowded for my taste. - Iraqvet05
Jul 2018 - $28.00
The park itself is relatively nice and clean, although it doesn't feature much except a couple old windmills and a large picnic area. What spoils the fun is the proximity to the I70; many sites are less than 300 ft away and very noisy 24/7. I wouldn't stay here again. - Loki
Jun 2018 - $28.00
Spacious Sites are well-distributed in a park setting. This park is just off of I-80 and quite accessible. There were lovely paths around the small lakes. - Tonita
May 2013 - $15.00
This is a clean parking area with some train and traffic noise. Truck drivers sometimes use it as a rest area, so there are sometimes idling diesels. It's near level dirt and fine gravel. After a heavy rain, there can be large areas of standing water. Roads are wide concrete in excellent condition. The dump is free. Two potable water spigots are located by the tree line along Avenue N. Staff are friendly and helpful. Verizon data service download speed (kB/s): max 266, typical 120. - wjzcbn
Jul 2012 - $15.00
If rated against all electric only facilities, rating would be a "10". This is an easy in and out of the fairground parking lot and any size rig can easily fit with no obstructions to enter or depart. The area is a large, level gravel parking lot that is immediately on your right as you turn east off Ave N through the Fairground's gate. CAUTION if you are following a GPS with the address -- DO NOT turn off Ave N until you get to the main gate which is directly into the parking lot. The gate is very wide with a bordering white wood fence with houses along west side of the street. There are eight light poles, spaced well apart in the parking lot and electrical hookups are mounted on the poles. Most of the poles had multiple 20, 30, and 50 amp receptacles. There are also two sites with 30 amp power and a water hookup on the grass alongside the fence and trees parallel to Ave N. There is a free dump station. Power was good, and it was very quiet here.There are no assigned spaces; it's just a large, well groomed gravel lot that can easily hold 50 rigs for dry camping if the power sites are taken. You just park wherever you want and then go into the Fair Office and pay or use the drop box next to the office door. Dry camping is free. - User1485
Jul 2010 - $10.00
No bells and whistles: just an open area next to the power poles. One 50amp and three 30 amps at each of 6 poles in the west parking lot. Easy to get to, and close to everything. The nice town of Kearney is growing. There is a dump station along the white fence. Nice place to stop for a couple of nights while you see the sites. Archway was nice, and the people are very friendly. Great place to let the dogs run, but watch out for the construction workers driving in and out of the lot. The station where you come in, is at the beginning of Ave N. Campground has a fair price and a good price for propane. We would stay here again. - Grayhound
Sep 2009 - $7.00
The driving road to get around the camping area is pretty "wash boardy." There are only about six camp sites, but each one is near a small covered picnic pavilion, with a fire ring. The sites are pretty spacious, considering they are along the driving road. One of the spots is near the dumpster. Try not to get that spot. Dry camping only. There is one pit toilet and one "modern" toilet. The bathrooms were not the greatest, but for $7 (as of this writing), what can you expect? As for the price, the sign was a bit confusing. The sign indicated that camping was $7, but there was also a $4 charge for each vehicle. I don't tow a car, so I wasn't sure if this meant you pay $7 for camping or $11 (Camping fee plus vehicle fee) since I was in a motorhome. I paid $7 and nothing happened. Good for overnighting. Verizon Air Card worked great, provided you have an inverter, or generator or plenty of laptop battery power. - DXSMac
Aug 2014 - $24.00
This place was barely adequate. We had 5 units. Two sites had to share water. Wasps nests in 3 electric boxes. Trash all over the place. Thankfully we were only here for an over night. - russ1102
Jun 2008 - $22.00
I-80 exit 300, "Pick your own site," the site we picked (of 3 made available to us -- there did appear to be more sites, even pull throughs, in another area) had a dozen or so pieces of 2x4's strewn over the concrete slab, the slab was fairly new but breaking up (apparently not built to hold the weight of RVs), the sewer pipe was totally broken off just below ground level, water pressure was barely a trickle, electric was 30a with marginally low voltage. We might stop again for an overnight if we were desperate. - AFChap