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2 RV Parks near Wakefield, Nebraska
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Wakefield. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Wakefield in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $1.00
Offering free stays at the campground to Blue Ox customers-this is how you provide excellent customer service! It's only $15 if you're not a Blue Ox customer. We had one of the concrete sites which are much nicer than the gravel sites. The roads are gravel but it's not dusty. There is nice landscaping and acres of mowed grass which is great for the dogs. Free wifi too which works well. Two bars of Verizon LTE. Some of the water spigots are a little far from the pad. We ended up buying an additional 25' hose at the Ace in town. They will come to your site to get your tow bar for a $130 inspection and tune-up which they suggest you do every 2 years or 10,000 miles. Unfortunately, they are not doing factory tours at this time due to some flooding they had and are in the process of repairing. They said tours would probably resume in early 2019. Not much to do in Pender but we enjoyed a little down time and trip planning for a few days. - thekites
Jun 2018 - $15.00
We stayed here while on our way to Wyoming with a group of 25 coaches. We stopped for tow bar maintenance and a factory tour. It was hot and there were low voltage problems with having enough power for that many rigs to run their air conditioners. With that said, it is a nice park with both some gravel and some concrete sites, the roads are gravel. Mostly this is for people coming to Pender for work by BLue Ox. If that's your case, you get to stay for free. If you're passing through the area you can stay there for a small $15 charge. Blue Ox was great to work with and had a electrician work on the problems when they occurred. Thank you Blue Ox for being such a fantastic host! We would stay here again if in the area. - Starmaster
Apr 2018 - $20.00
If you own a Blue Ox Product your stay here is FREE. I highly recommend this camp even if you are not a Blue Ox owner - take a tour of the plant and you may become an owner - it is a great product!
The park is well laid out - the first 5 sites have concrete pads; the rest are gravel. Well maintained and the interior roads are wide and easy to negotiate.
Remember though, this is an RV park primarily set up for Blue Ox owners (and maybe Blue Ox Owner rallies) Still if you need a place to stay overnight (or 2-3 nights while you explore the area), we highly recommend this RV park - BamaBob
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Our site was a back-in shaded, on asphalt, and level. The park was spacious and quiet. - FrederickC
Aug 2017 - $26.00
$26 fee includes $6/ day entrance fee into the park. Nice spacious campsites, 30 amp service, multiple water connections but they are not intended to be used exclusively by one camper. No Wi-Fi and marginal Verizon wireless connection. Park roads are confusing, be sure to get a map. Playground and boat ramp inside the park. No boat rental. Dump site on the way out of my campsite. Nice 9 hole gold course at Park entrance. - Bburgbrewer
Jul 2017 - $20.00
The navigation of this park was kind of difficult. The visitor's center wasn't exactly easy to find (although it is very close to the front, perhaps we were tired after a long drive), it's the opposite direction at the fork from the campground signs. Navigating the campground is pretty straight forward, the signs are labeled to point to "campground" and "electric sites" but the actual name of the campground isn't as easy to see. There are a lot of turns in the park to get to the camping areas. There is a lot of nature trails and hiking that can be done on the park. We hiked and saw the Old Oak Tree, and we went to the lookout where you can view Nebraska, South Dakota, and Iowa. If you're not up for hiking, you can drive to these points as well. Our site was pretty good. The "yard" was almost right next to some wooded area, so we didn't have a lot of room, but the pad was large enough for the picnic table to sit beside our camper. - joshnichols84