The fee is based on "donation" and an iron ranger. (We always leave a good amount when they are allowing you the honor system). The campground had a few minor problems, just to be aware of. 30 amp only. Almost impossible to turn around if you go past the camping area; we had to unhook the toad. The sites (back-in) are pretty well laid out. The local police patrolled a few times, and overall a nice little park in a nice little town. Had a huge Nebraska storm blow through that night and the weather warnings on our phone were tested. No damage, though. This park has some very huge, very old trees standing there. Would definitely stay there if in the area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent shade trees. Facilities dated, but adequate. Concrete pads. Located in Lincoln Park behind high school. Playground equipment, horseshoe pits, etc. Dump station available. Fee drop box at site. No signs to Park, but ask any of the local, friendly Nebraskans. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is in the city park of Superior. Nightly rate is what you wish to donate. The pad are
concrete and there are huge beautiful shade trees throughout the park. I'm guessing at the number of sites, there may be more. There is a dump in the park and there are swings, slide (very high one) and other entertainment for the children. The town is very small with many lovely Victorian homes. There was a museum there that we would have like to see but it was closed after labor day. This town is close to Minden Nebraska and Harold Warp's Pioneer Village and if you've never been there be sure to visit. We found this lovely, quiet little park to be a gem. We camped here in a camper.