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4 RV Parks near Harrison, Nebraska
Aug 2019 - $25.00
This CG is owned by a cattle ranching family. They built the CG for the 2017 solar eclipse and have kept it running since. The CG itself is in the middle of one of their hay fields. It is very secluded with zero light pollution at night. Traffic on the road is limited to the few farmers that live past the CG. This is about .5 mile from the Agate Fossil Beds National Monument. The next nearest CG is 20+ miles away. The $25 is a bit expensive for what you get, but it's the location and isolation that made it worth it for us. The owners are extremely responsive on the phone or their Facebook page, but there are no reservations and everything is self-pay when you arrive. Unless there is something wild like an eclipse occurring, you don't have much to worry about getting a spot. Cell service is almost non-existent. There is a Verizon dead zone about 30 miles in either direction of the CG. The owner said that ATT was decent. Other than a wild thunderstorm that dumped about 3 in of rain and hail on us around 2 am, we really enjoyed our stay here. The owner came out and visited for about 20 minutes and made us feel at home. We went to the 4th of July fireworks in nearby Harrison, NE. It's put on by the volunteer FD and it was great. If we were in the area again, we'd definitely stay here. - Part-Time Paradise
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
Sep 2019 - $35.00
Stayed in Red Cloud camp, which is full hookups. Central location for the Pine Ridge areas we wanted to visit. Good thing is the historical nature of Ft. Robinson. Best of the western forts we have visited. Bad thing is the bathrooms need a lot of work and you have to pay for showers. - G&S Smith
Sep 2019 - $45.00
Price paid reflects 37.00 campground fee and 8.00 state park day use fee. Nice park but way to expensive for a state park. Its absurd to charge a day use fee while staying in the CG. The Soldier loop is electric only, the Red Cloud loop has full hookups. Heard 2 trains 1 at midnight the other at 8am. Hwy 20 getting to the park is a very bumpy road. Would not stay again because of price. - newbies2016
Aug 2019 - $20.00
We really like this campground, we've been here before. I would like to come and stay for a week or more. We think the campgrounds is very pretty. The only drawback is the lack of full hookups. We plan to stay on our way through and back in September! The young lady that checked me in wasn't very friendly and it seemed quite an effort for her to do it. This is very different than other times I've stayed here. The other times the staff was friendly and helpful. - alcomechanic