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If you’re going to book an RV in Keith County and wonder where to go, stop your search right now and check out camping at Area’s Finest Country View Campground. This RV park is located in a beautifully rustic country setting, making it the ideal place for some relaxation, recreation, and both culture and history. If you bring the whole family, the kids will be busy at the playground or in the heated pool while you prepare some snacks to eat by one of the picnic tables or roam around the on-site antique store. You don’t have to leave your dog behind, either, seeing as pets are welcome here.
If you’ve been camping with an RV before, you know that you might need to pick up extra supplies along the way. If you choose to stay with your camper rental at Area’s Finest Country View Campground, they’ve got your back with both 24-hour check-in and RV supplies on-site. You’ll also get access to full hookups with 50/30 amps, pull-through sites, and laundry and restroom facilities - with showers, of course - as well as both cable and WiFi. Every wish will be satisfied at this RV campground.
When RV camping at Area’s Finest Country View Campground, you can experience all the amazing nature in the area: open plains and fields that seem to go on forever; picturesque lakes; deep, green forests that’ll make you forget about the busy world outside, and even the Rocky Mountains. In fact, you’ll be close to four different states, small towns like North Platte, Grant, and Gothenburg, as well as the larger cities of Denver and Grand Island - and let’s not forget about fantastic Ogallala, just around the corner from your RV rental.
You’d better have brought both your swimsuit and tackle box on your Ogallala camping vacation, or you’ll miss out on some of the fun at Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area. This reservoir has the most gorgeous white sand beaches where you can swim, water ski, or go scuba diving, and the fishing is great too. Go hiking, camping, or bird watching before going to the visitor center where you can watch exhibits and walk around aquariums - you can even join the annual sandcastle building contest.
Hop into your Ogallala camper rental and head west, because Pawnee National Grassland in Colorado is next on the list of fantastic nature and fun outdoor recreation. Here you’ll be met by a sea of grass that is home to many different bird species as well as pronghorns, coyotes, foxes, and prairie dogs, where you can go hiking, camping, horseback riding, and stargazing - you’ll be amazed at the amount you can see here. The area also bears traces of frontier families trying to make it in the new country, and you can visit old homesteads, cemeteries, and museums.
Time for some trees, so put on your hiking boots and fill the rental RV with snacks and get ready for some adventure in Nebraska National Forest, a place with a rather colorful history. Over a century ago it was all plains, but botanist Charles E. Bessey had a vision of a forest - so he created one. You can visit the tree nursery that’s still in business, as well as the visitor center to learn more, or you can just hike, bike, fish, and search for rocks in the beautiful forest. There are also water activities, and once the snow falls, you can go both skiing and snowshoeing.
You barely have to leave the Ogallala campground to get a taste of how much fun it is to experience and learn about the local history and culture, not when Ogallala itself is packed with all sorts of activities. Once a year they host the Keith County Fair & Rodeo where you can be a spectator at many different kinds of rodeos, as well as watch animal shows and various artists, try an escape room or play one of the games available. If you’re not in town for July, you can check out the Front Street and Cowboy Museum with shows, a gift shop, a steakhouse, and a saloon all year round.
If you haven’t quite satisfied your thirst for knowledge about Ogallala and its surroundings, you can visit the O’Brien/Lute Home. At this homestead dwelling found on the grounds of the Mansion on the Hill, you can go on guided tours including the mansion and country schoolhouse as well. If you want to go even further back in time, go check out the ancient wood, fossils, and Native American arrowheads and artifacts at the Petrified Wood Museum.