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In western Nebraska, Fort Robinson State Park has it all. The park covers 22,000 scenic acres and has something for everyone. Observe the park’s buffalo and longhorn herds on a horse-drawn tour of the unique park. Learn about the compelling history of the Old West or soak in the exquisite Pine Ridge scenery. The park also boasts an indoor Olympic-size swimming pool, an outdoor wading pool, and a sun deck. If you’re camping and don’t feel like cooking over a fire pit, you can check out the Fort Robinson Restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner during the summer season.
When you decide to camp at Fort Robinson Campground, you’ll have your choice of accommodations. The campground has campsites with electrical hookups and can accommodate various types of RV rentals. Within the campground loop, you’ll find modern restrooms with hot showers, potable water, a dump station, picnic pavilions, and a shelter. There’s also an equestrian campground with horse barns. A stunning state park with awesome amenities, camping at Fort Robinson State Park is a must-do for nature lovers visiting the area.
An incredibly scenic and gorgeous place, Chadron State Park is located within Nebraska National Forest. The park covers 973 acres and includes a portion of the Pine Ridge escarpment and Chadron Creek. Nebraska’s first state park, it is nestled among the buttes and canyons of Nebraska’s Pine Ridge. Since its inception, the park has been a popular place for camping, family reunions, and escaping daily life and reconnecting with nature. Since the park is part of Nebraska National Forest, guests will have access to more than 100 miles of hiking and biking trails. A haven for outdoor enthusiasts, be sure to visit Chadron State Park when you book a campervan rental near Crawford, NE.
About an hour's drive away in Sioux County is the Agate Fossil Beds National Monument. The fossil beds contain the most complete Miocene mammal sites in the world. Although the Lakota Sioux knew about the fossils for a long time, American scientists rediscovered the site during the 1890s. Dating back approximately 20 million years, guests can see recreations of the Menoceras, a small rhinoceros, Moropus, and Dinohyus. While the place is known for its Miocene mammals, the landscape reflects everything and everyone from the early animals that roamed the hills and valleys to the Native Americans who called the High Plains home to the early explorers and ranchers who passed through these parts when settling the American West.
For a truly immersive experience, be sure to visit Nebraska National Forest when you rent a camper near Fort Robinson Campground. The forests and grasslands are located in South Dakota and Nebraska and actually consist of two national forests, three national grasslands, a research center, and more. The forests allow visitors the chance to enjoy a range of activities, including hunting, camping, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, biking, off-roading, winter sports, and much more.
Nebraska played an integral role in the nation’s fur trade, and you can learn more about it at the Museum of Fur Trade in Chadron, Nebraska. The museum stands on the site of James Bordeaux’s trading post, which was established in 1837 for the American Fur Company. Today, the site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Inside, you’ll find more than 6,000 artifacts that illustrate life in early America for Native Americans and fur traders. Interesting and educational, be sure to check out the Museum of Fur Trade when you book an RV in Dawes County.
Another neat and unique museum in the area is the Knight Museum and Sandhills Center. In Alliance, Nebraska, the museum sheds light on life in the Sandhills, Native American life, life in the country and in the town, and the railroad. At the museum, you’ll find pioneer memorabilia, Native American artifacts, and information on railroad history. Guests will also get a glimpse into the life of the people who lived in the Nebraska Sandhills. In addition to exhibits, if you’re from the area and want to see if you can learn about your ancestors, the heritage room is famous for its broad range of genealogy research.
In nearby Box Butte County, you can see what life was like in a small western town at Dobby’s Frontier Town. The town preserves what life was like in these close-knit, hard-working communities. At Dobby’s Frontier Town, you’ll find replicas of a furniture store, a funeral home, a bank, a saloon, a jail, a stable, and other buildings.