Omaha, NE RV Rentals and Motorhomes
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Omaha was named after a Native American tribe, the name meaning ?going against the wind or current?. A dynamic city that is constantly in transformation, you can view the skyline from the Bob Kerrey Bridge one of the longest pedestrian bridge projects ever constructed, visit the world renown zoo, take in the creative public art, watch amazing music and dance at the annual Jazz on the Green festival, enjoy water sports on the Missouri River, and much more awaits to be discovered. Book your RV rental from a local owner.
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N.P. Dodge Park is 445 acres with two "double-wide" park boat ramps located on the Missouri River. There is a nice natural area around the inlet north of the marina for river fishing. A fishing permit is needed from the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission - not available on site. A large pavilion and many picnic shelters are available in the park. Much of the park remains a natural, open area. A horse trail is available at the north edge of the park. Bike paths and walking trails are around the south edge of the park. 46 R.V. pads (9 drive-through pads) / Running Water / Showers. Campgrounds are on a first come, first serve basis Great fun on your RV rental trip.
A tradition that dates back to 1975, this free concert series will have you dancing to blues, salsa, big band, soul and more. Grab a bite before or after the concert at one of Midtown Crossing?s restaurants. Many places offer specials on concert nights. Enjoy a great atmosphere.
You can choose from many recreational activities such as no wake boating, fishing, hiking, horseback riding and so much more. The Lake has a surface area of 390 acres and is surrounded by 1,050 acres of parkland. A popular and fun destination to take your RV rental and family.
Some of the best water recreational activities can be found here. You can fish, tube down the river, kayak, canoe, and swim in placid waters. There are many family friendly activities to choose from: movie nights, concerts and festivals. Be ready to enjoy the summer by the water. A fun get away for the family in your motorhome rental.
Voted by Trip Advisor as the world?s best zoo in 2014, you'll have access to some of the most informative and notable exhibits a zoo and aquarium have to offer. Enjoy the Kingdom of the Night, and learn about nocturnal animals, the Desert Dome, the world's largest indoor desert, and you'll have views of the largest cat complex in North America.
Only minutes from downtown Bellevue, on the shores of Base Lake, is the the Offutt Base Lake Recreation Area. This location is 183 acres east of the Offutt Air Base, and contains 40 RV sites with full utility hookups along with various camping spaces. On-site amenities include covered picnic tables, volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoe pits, two children?s playgrounds, and a large indoor pavilion for groups, parties, and other special events. The site also has a boat launch and rents a variety of watercraft for fishing, exercise, or exploring. Guests can also rent other equipment for outdoor activities, including mountain bikes, bird scopes, Dutch ovens, and disc golf equipment. The lake is stocked with a wide variety of fish, and guests are asked to verify that they are aware of the current state fishing rules before they take their tackle box out on the water. As if you didn?t already have enough to occupy your time, there?s also an archery range located in the southeastern corner of the park.
A very unique and informative museum with works of art by El Greco, Titian, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and William-Adolphe Bouguereau. Check out the sculpture park which has works by local and national artists. If you happen to be around in July and August, check out the annual Jazz on the Green festival.