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3 RV Parks near Harrison, Nebraska
Jun 2010 - $15.00
We stayed here while passing through and found the campground to be resonable for the fee. The campground was clean and the site seem reasonable level. Easy access and close to downtown, quite and peaceful for a true country feel. Nice place to stay in Nebraska's "Top Town". - dthall2
Aug 2018 - $19.00
This is a nice state park in remote western Nebraska with nice camp sites but also great plays during the summer,swimming pool,horseback,rides,resterant,etc. This is the place to go if you like history. - NE Travelers
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Fort Robinson is a hidden gem. The surrounding bluffs are beautiful, and the history of the fort as exhibited in the museum is very interesting. We stayed in the Red Cloud Campground, which is the full-hookup campground. All sites are back-in. Check in was easy, and the staff was helpful and friendly. The interior roads are paved and relatively easy to navigate. We stayed in site 113, which I wouldn't recommend. The picnic table was oddly placed on the opposite side of the rig from where it should be. The hookups were fine. There is no WiFi. There was a tree next to our site which partially blocked our rooftop satellite. The grass at the site would be nice if it had been mowed, but unfortunately is too tall to enjoy. There are two parking areas along the entry road, which make it easy to hook up the toad when leaving. The whole area is really nice, and I would definitely return. - mtmsf
Aug 2018 - $26.00
We stayed at Pony Soldier campground with our 35 foot rv. All sites were back-ins, but we were able to select a site that was easy to back in. The sites in this campground are generally well spaced apart around a big loop. We did drive around and saw the barn campground, where the sites, are in lines. There is also third campground with no services. (Ours had full hookup.) We took a chance without reservations and did a walk in. The park has a policy that it will not accept walk-ins until 2 pm, which gives current guests a chance to extend their stays. Despite this and it being a busy summer weekend, we had our choice of spaces. The park keeps a lot of walk-ins available. The site was quite long, but the sewer hook-up is situated along the middle of the site, which meant that in order for our sewer line to reach, we had to park forward in the site. This meant that there was not quite enough room for our toad to pull straight in. Fortunately, there was plenty of room to park it crosswise, but with the heavy rains that weekend, it would have been preferable to be able to take full advantage of the asphalt drive way, rather than on person having to step off in the grass. Sites were very level. At $26 per night, this would have been an excellent value, but the Park insists that each vehicle carry a Nebraska State Parks pass. At $8 per vehicle per night, the $32 added to our stay pushed the price of our stay into the expensive range for us. - VickyfromNZ