3 Parks near Stromsburg, Nebraska
Apr 2014 - $1.00
Only the spots closest to US-81 are long enough for the larger rigs. 7 days free. We put something in the donation box. Dump and fresh water in driveway. Nice place for a few days of rest and sightseeing. Traffic noisy. - diceshooter60
May 2013 - $1.00
This is a courtesy park up for two days. After two days, they request you contact the City Hall. There is a dump station and a water spigot. A short walk to the town square. The sites are gravel and level. - TexasRVer
May 2012 - $1.00
Very clean park with playgrounds for the kids and a new city pool. The maximum stay is 7 days but it is free to camp there. There are alot of nice trees as well as a shelter to use for gatherings. We really enjoyed our stay and will go back. - staceyw
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Well maintained park with lots of amenities, including a very clean swimming pool, mini golf & playground, arcade, laundry, decent wifi. Well-maintained lawn & trees, with many porch swings throughout the camp gave it a peaceful, friendly atmosphere. The owners live onsite & are very friendly & caring. Our big rig & tow had ample room in the generously sized pull-through, with 50 amp & water. The park has very easy access off I-80, but that also means highway noise. - RockyMountainMama
Jul 2016 - $35.00
An older campground that was allowed to run down with new owners that are putting a real effort into bringing it back.
Far enough from the freeway that the noise is not too bad.
Plus they have a large storm shelter (there was a tornado warning to the west)
We'd probably stay here again. - wetterwashington
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Lovely little campground. Very clean. Level sites with a moderate amount of shade.
Very nice off-leash, fenced dog park. Lots of things for kids to do.
We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - Impkitti
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Gem of a place. Small campground, but the owner is trying hard and was very friendly and cooperative. Did not have a fenced pet area, but there was plenty of space to let the dogs run without worry. - Lots Labs
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Very nice little park. Have both 30 and 50 amp service. Formaly was a KOA campground. No pool, but there is a lake and free paddle boats. Also have horseshoes, small playground for the kids, handful of benches around the park. Lots of room for dogs to get out and run around. The office/general store has just about anything you would need, in case you forget something. Owners are very nice people, take much pride in their campground. Give you a couple baked goods when checking in, and then take you to your spot and help you park. We would stay again. - SprintingAcrossAmerica
May 2016 - $40.00
This park is located about half a mile north of I-80, and is quiet. Campgrounds are clean and grass cut. However, this part of Nebraska is flat, and all the sites are level with grade, leaving them muddy and soft when it rains. It had rained the previous day of our arrival, and if we'd had to level, jack pads would have been required to prevent the jacks from sinking. A few inches of crushed stone/gravel could solve this problem by elevating each parking site by a few inches. To the parks' credit, they have a creative storm shelter in this tornado prone area. It is a 53' steel cargo container buried to within a few inches of the top with added top vents. Should certainly do the job of keeping campground residents safe in the event of a storm. The park WiFi also worked continuously during our stay even though the park was full that evening. Proves once again that it can be done if the park really wants to provide good WiFi. We'd certainly use this for an overnight stop if we should pass this way again. - Johnson's