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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.
Sep 2019 - $1.00
Stayed in Pender in our 45' Entegra motorhome w/tow. Had our Blue Ox tow hitch reconditioned; this service is Thursday & Friday. Factory tours generally take place on Fridays. Campground is very nice, some gravel/some concrete sites with full hook ups. Site 10 is concrete and a pull in. Pull forward to set up and back out to leave. Level, no issues getting satellite.There is a loop where more limited utilities might work for some guests. Small clubhouse has restroom, no showers, coffee, TV, however it is open only during business hours. Confirm your arrangements with Blue Ox AND ASK about highways closed or under construction. 2 highway arteries to the campground were closed for bridge repair during our stay. - 2SimsNanRV
Jun 2019 - $1.00
We stayed at this campground because our Blue Ox tow bar was not working correctly, 134.00 later the year old tow bar literally had a screw loose inside the tow bar that we could not get to. Thursday and Friday they do repairs and annual services. There are a handful of restaurants in the area. An option for Blue Ox owners is a free campsite. The campgrounds are nicely laced out, FHU, full sun and some have cement pads others gravel. There is a club house with free water and soft drinks as well as snacks. There are no bathhouses, but a restroom is located in the club house that has limited hours. Easy in and out of the campgrounds, do be sure you map yourself to the campground not the factory. You can check in at the club house or wait at your site for the mechanic to pick up your tow bar, not sure how it works for other items. We called and made a reservation for the service and the campground. Call if you are not a Blue Ox owner for a reservation or a tour. Watch out for the water pressure! Go straight to the camp ground to your site, there is usually someone on duty in the club house, was not the day we went. We just went to the asking spot from the email. Be careful with the water it is high pressure, we filled our tank and used it instead of staying connected to the hand pump. - hiker13
May 2019 - $17.00
Hidden gem. No over the air TV, no cable. Strong WiFi. Clean and neat meeting room with computer station and tv. Candy dish, coffee, water and sodas in the small refer. Closes at 5:30 which is too early but......... Most sites are concrete with FHU's, some are gravel with electric only and some gravel for dry camping. One site, number 6 has built in BBQ unit and fireplace for grilling and table and chairs. Each concrete site has picnic table. Most sites are back in. Free to Blue Ox customers. Not much to do or see in Pender. Sioux City, IA is 35 mins away and West Point, NE is 20 miles away. - Jdon
Aug 2019 - $46.00
Judging from the preponderance of Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota license plates in our loop, Ponca SP is very popular with area residents. Our electric-only loop was set in a hilly, heavily treed section of the park. Our site was back-in, nicely-spaced, level, and had a black-top parking pad. Water service available from multiple faucets. Restrooms and shower facility was older, but clean. Dump station was located near entrance/exit to the CG. Verizon service in our loop was non-existent. Heavy tree cover prevented DISH satellite connection. Interior roads were narrow and not always clearly marked, but nicely paved and well-maintained. Lots of nature trails throughout the park. Be prepared for lots of mosquitoes as night falls. Adjacent to the CG was a 9-hole golf course and a huge visitor/education center, that also operates as a state-run conference center. Note: When registering be prepared to pay the nighty fee ($30 for electric-only site) + $8 daily per/auto visitor fee + $8 registration/service fee + state tax. Our 1-night fee was $$46.47. - Kona Boy
Jul 2019 - $20.00
Beautiful, woodsy and hilly park. Sites were level and nicely spaced for the most part. Some pull throughs, but mostly back ins. Roads are blacktopped, but narrow and curvy. Might be tough to navigate for some. - NebraskaNancy
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Our site was a back-in shaded, on asphalt, and level. The park was spacious and quiet. - FrederickC