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7 RV Parks near Sutherland, Nebraska
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Sutherland. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Sutherland in the left hand column.
May 2013 - $20.00
This is a filthy dump with no attention from management. They exist only because of Ole's,; a very good restaurant. They advertise 50Amp but don't have it. Under any type of management, this could be a beautiful small park looking out on a small lake with nice birds of many types. At this time it is a filthy, trash everywhere, nasty uneven gravel sited DUMP!!!! Put your blinds down and go to Ole's for a great meal. - roh
Aug 2011 - $20.00
You get what you pay for. This is an inexpensive overnight place to park if you do not expect much. The trash can receptacles were overflowing. We were told all sites were 50 amp, however we tried two different locations and never received more than 30 amps. We had been on the road 9 hrs or we would have gone elsewhere. - Allegro Bus 45'
Sep 2010 - $22.00
This park is intended for self-contained units only, as there are no facilities. The RV park is off to side of the Shell gas station. This is not a destination park but instead is a place to spend the night or two with 50-amp full hook-ups. There is some road noise and noise from the gas station beside the park but we did not find this a problem. Sites are gravel, close to level with sufficient grass areas commensurate with short stay plans. Internet: Our Verizon phones worked but only with 2 bars. The broadband card was weak and only able to check messages. Likely with an antenna booster you would be able to function well. Concerns: No real concerns if you recognize this park for its intended purpose. The cost, shown with tax, is reasonable for full hookups and strong power and 50# water pressure. Would stay here again if passing through the area. - Workamper04
Jun 2018 - $22.00
The previous reviews describe the site well. The camping loop is at the Platte River with a sand beach at the river. There were quite a few drive through cruisers, but they did not interfere with our use. There is a host on site but no enforcement to keep out none campers. The sites are gravel, but easy to level on. Buffalo Bill's retirement house is at the entrance. It was a very nice house for it's era. There is also a business offering horse rides and river floats in a stock tank at the entrance. The campground has a self service entry fee station. The 50 amp sites are on the left, 30s on the right, - jwindham
Oct 2017 - $22.00
This was just an overnight stop. Big rig friendly with 50 amp service in some sites. All gravel and long gravel dusty road into campground. Bring your own water and empty holding tanks. No dump site here. Thought spaces were nicely spaced, not too close. Good Verizon signal and no problem getting satelite signal. $14 to camp. $8 to enter. - OnTheRoadLife
Sep 2017 - $14.00
Nice quiet little park on the Platte River. Water and electric. No dump station or sewer hookups. Only real negative is the $8 a day state park entrance fee added to the $14 camping fee. - jprisbe
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Older park but functional. Regular overnight stopping point. I had no problems with a 35' rig towing. The sites aren't overly tight but not huge. Water and electrical were solid. Wifi was strong. We have our own bathroom and shower so... Some sites are satellite friendly some not so much. Make sure you ask before you get a site. Check-in was quick, friendly and painless. We will be back. - WestIsBest
Oct 2018 - $50.00
This is an older park that has not been updated. Sites are normal size for a campground. Easy check-in. Price was a little high in light of all amenities were closed. Has cable, water, sewer, and 50 amp electric. Pull thru sites. - shook17
Oct 2018 - $41.00
Older park next to freeway. A little dusty and kind of tight but acceptable. Services worked well (even the wi-fi) but the cable was analog. For the price and convenience its pretty good. - Kbob
Oct 2015 - $15.00
Nice place to go fish. North boundary of the RV park is along the canal that feeds the lake, Lots of fish! Stayed three days and enjoyed the park. I would say here again! Park is going through an upgrade this winter and they will be upgrading the electric to 20/30/50 on all sites I believe. - mark-frm-Ne
Oct 2013 - $20.00
The rate reflects the $15 camping fee plus $5 facilities fee for a site with 30 amp electric. The prior reviewers are correct; the state must have decided to save money on signs because there are very few of them. If you come in from Interstate 80, you will turn onto North Lake Road. If you continue on this paved road you will pass an area on the left that has the dump station and non-hookup camping. If you continue on the main road, you will cross the Reservoir inlet bridge just as you curve back to the left. The entrance to the Kansas Point campground will be on your left just after that bridge. This is the campground that has electric hookups. The campground is about seven miles from Interstate. The short dirt road into the campground was very rough and wash boarded, but that just means you have to go a little slower. The sites are attractive enough, not spectacular, but nice. Some are along the inlet canal or reservoir, but when we stayed the water in the lake was very low, so not really waterfront. The sites are well separated, but there is no vegetation for privacy. This campground seems to be open year round. There are water fill taps in the campground. The 30 amp service seemed to be OK, but it did go down in voltage one time that our management system cut it off. We had no problem getting satellite and we had good Verizon coverage for both voice and 4G data. We stayed on a Sunday night and there was only one other camper. On Sunday, we had many driving by folks out sightseeing. We enjoyed our stay. It was very quiet and dark at night. We would certainly stay here again. - TheJim
May 2013 - $15.00
Signage is a bit confusing. Entered area marked Maloney SRA but there were only primitive sites. Got back on main road, found "Lake Maloney Inlet Rec Area", "Kansas Point" and found the electric only sites. $15 per night (+ NE $5 fee) (We purchased a NE state parks pass for $25 so we don't have to pay the $5 daily fee.) Lots of water fill stations near campsites. Pit toilets. The dump station is near the primitive sites. Lots of folks fishing. A good campground if you are looking to fish. - katinfoco
Jun 2017 - $25.00
We had reserved four sites for a family reunion, however the guy that manages the park gave 2 of our sites away. We were able to convince him to give us one of them back and packed a few extra people into one of our campers.
All of the sites (about 12 total) are back-in and are very close together, but they are right on the water next to the marina / boat ramp. Some of the sites have fire rings, but not all. Some have picnic tables, but not all. The bathrooms were "ok for emergencies" but not very clean. We were thankful to have our own bath and shower in our 5th wheel. The water was sandy - be sure to use a filter! The electricity at our site didn't work so we had to run an extension cord to the marina building 3 sites down to be able to have any power (15 amp). Glad it wasn't too hot and we didn't need our AC. Only a handful of the sites have sewer, and those appeared to be occupied by seasonal campers - RV there, but no people around except on the weekend.
Overall, it was an acceptable stay for two reasons. 1) It was within walking distance to my grandmother's house, and that was why we were here. 2) After the weekend, the campground pretty much cleared out and we had several days of peace and quite right on the edge of the lake. Verizon signal was ok, T-Mobile almost nothing. - mmhopper
May 2015 - $20.00
The attraction here is being on the lake. For me it was an inexpensive place to stay for one night. Because of the rainy spring weather, the campground was not full and I had no problem getting a place. The owner came by in his pickup, and I handed him a twenty dollar bill through the window, no registration, no big deal. I stayed for one night on my way to elsewhere, and this worked well at a reasonable price. It's place on the lake, and opposite permanent residences. It was quiet save for a brief period of someone shooting off firecrackers. Other campers were quiet and virtually unnoticeable. I would stay here again as all I need is a place for the night. Very reasonable price for that. - Corno1
Aug 2010 - $20.00
Very small operation on the lake. Friendly people and we had no problems getting set up. But seemed pretty primitive tho we did eat at the small cafe that operates there. I was quiet except for one barking dog who quieted down as we went to bed. This is primarily a marina operation. We chose it because it was far from the interstate. - D. Lee Penn
Sites: 67 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 40 Reviews
Sep 2018 - $32.00
An older park that shows signs of attention with small improvements throughout the park. The power pedestals and water look recent. The roads have new gravel and potholes are filled. Some sites have new picnic tables. Seems like the owners are putting an effort to make this a more comfortable park. We walked the dog around the lake and one could see careful attention to the primitive campsites. Playground for the kids, dog runs for the dogs (small), and boats for the lake. The sites are close to I-80, so there is road noise until later in the night when traffic calms down. It's a good stop to tour North Platte, restock, and resume your travels. - cherib
Sep 2018 - $29.00
Does not look like much when you first pull in. It is not bad though. Staff was super friendly. There is a lake to catch and release. Has a kids play area. We did not get a sight with sewer. Would stay here again. - Gracies condo
May 2018 - $29.00
Quite a large park and the pond is nice. It was quiet and peaceful during our one night stay. Shade is variable, we had it and were glad we did. Bath house is OK but beginning to show some age. Easy access from I-80 but road noise was minimal. Some leveling required. - DRKM