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Near Nebraska's borders with South Dakota and Wyoming, Eagle's Rest RV Park is in an excellent position for campers hoping to maximize their explorations. From this Chadron RV park, you can immerse yourself in the Great Plains and see where flat prairies meet impressive mountain ranges and bizarre geologic formations.
The campsites at Eagle's Rest RV Park have full hookups with 30/50 amp electrical service. Guests also have access to maintained restroom and shower facilities, as well as laundry facilities. When you find yourself with some downtime, you can challenge your friends to a game of horseshoes, or utilize the park-wide Wi-Fi to catch up on your favorite show. And when you’re in the vast expanse of the Great Plains, you can find a quiet spot within the RV park to take advantage of the low light pollution and get lost in the night sky.
Just south of the RV campground is the stunning Nebraska National Forest. A little unexpected in the Great Plains, this forest can withstand the high winds and occasionally dry climate of the region. With many networks of trails to explore, you can immerse yourself in this unique landscape. Stroll along the shores of the Loup River and try your luck with the local fishing scene. The area is also a popular stopover point for birds, so bring your binoculars.
Experience a lush prairie landscape with a trip to Oglala National Grassland. This stretch of prairie receives plenty of rain throughout the year, meaning that the grasses are rich, the wildflowers are plentiful, and the wildlife is abundant. Traverse some of the most picturesque prairie lands and keep an eye out for some local inhabitants, such as swift foxes and prairie dogs. And thanks to Oglala’s proximity to the foothills of the mountains of South Dakota, the geology of the grassland starts to transition, with several small geologic formations breaking out of the ground, creating an even more stunning landscape.
Just over the Nebraska-South Dakota border is Wind Cave National Park in Hot Springs. Above the surface, this national park is home to stretching prairies, foothills, and a quintessential American Great Plains landscape. You might see bison roaming, or a random prairie dog scurrying into a burrow. However, beneath the surface, is an entirely different world. One of the largest cave systems in the country is open to those wishing to do a little exploring off the beaten path. With unique cave formations and wildlife all its own, get yourself a ticket to go underground and see the various sections of the cave. Travel a little farther in the rental rig and spend some time at Badlands National Park and Black Hills National Forest (home of Mount Rushmore). Both are within easy driving distance of Eagle's Nest RV Park.
History lovers should visit the Dawes County Historical Museum. With several preserved buildings, such as a log house, a church, and a schoolhouse, you can see the common structures and settings of the early settlers. The museum is also home to an antique toy collection, a train caboose, and a genealogy library.
Many of the settlements of this region got their start in fur trading. So it’s only fitting that the Museum of the Fur Trade made its home in this region. While the museum primarily focuses on the American fur trading industry, there are nods to similar industries from around the world in this comprehensive museum. With artifacts as well as recreations, you are sure to learn something new about this unique period in history. You can even visit a preserved Bordeaux Trading Post, originally established by the American Fur Company, just down the road from the museum.
Lovers of military history should plan to visit the Fort Robinson Museum & History Center. The fort has a storied past, having served as a prisoner camp, an outpost for the Buffalo soldiers, a K-9 training facility, and so much more. This museum offers visitors a unique insight into the constantly changing face of military conflict. Whether you want to learn something more about the history of this unique fort, or just want to enjoy a stroll with some lovely scenery, Fort Robinson is a great stopping point.
When it's time to refuel and restock supplies for the Chadron motorhome rental, you'll find several gas stations and grocery stores around the town. And while you're here, get a real taste of the Great Plains by sampling a bison burger or steak and reconnect with the pioneer origins of the region.