Riverside Campground

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If you’re planning to camp in Nebraska while visiting some of its most popular attractions, Riverside Campground near Scottsbluff could be just the place for you. The campground is surrounded by the natural beauty of the region and offers a variety of amenities and services that will make your stay more comfortable and pleasant. Book an RV in Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, and start planning your adventure.

This family-friendly Scottsbluff campground offers its visitors many features and amenities. The campsites at Riverside Campground are available with full or water and electric-only hookups, and there are sites for dry camping too. There are also restrooms, a children’s playground, fire rings, and grills. Campers can stay connected using the free Wi-Fi available throughout the campground. Near the campsites, park shelters can be booked for group gatherings or special occasions. Pets are allowed inside the park and can also have some fun in the dog park located just outside the campground. RV camping at Riverside Campground is limited to 14 days, and it's best to book a campsite prior to arriving.

While camping at Riverside Campground, guests can enjoy a variety of activities. In the nearby 281-acre park, events are often organized, including softball games, walks, picnics, and aquatic activities by the pool. Campers can also explore the hiking trails and the other natural resources that the area has to offer.

The Great Outdoors

Nebraska's Scotts Bluff County is a great destination for hiking enthusiasts and adventurers. There are lots of opportunities to engage in hikes and other outdoor activities while visiting magnificent attractions and enjoying breathtaking panoramas. Close to Riverside Park, you can find the Monument Valley Pathway, a 12.8-mile paved trail, suitable for all skill levels. Walking along the winding North Platte River offers many scenic overlooks. And you don't need to leave the pup in the motorhome rental when you visit this wonderful walking path; leashed dogs are welcome on the trail too.

One of the most popular nearby attractions is the Scottsbluff National Monument. Many walking trails allow you to fully experience this natural and historic national landmark. The 3,000-acre site is comprised of historic trail remnants, short and mixed-grass prairies, bluffs, badlands, wildflowers, and riparian areas. The area was first discovered in 1812 by fur traders who were traveling along the river. Native Americans and European travelers passed through this area while journeying on the Oregon, California, and Mormon trails. Today, there are five different trails in the park: the North Overlook Trail, the South Overlook Trail, the Saddle Rock Trail, the Oregon Trail Pathway, and the Bike Path. The trails vary in length, surface, and difficulty, but each one of them provides the opportunity to discover the panoramic views and geographic features of the monument.

Another must-visit for Scottsbluff campers is the Chimney Rock National Historic Site, near Bayard. This prominent rock towers 4,228 feet above sea level and is made of Brule clay mixed with volcanic ash and hard sandstone layers.

Just a short drive south of Riverside Campground, you can reach a real treat for hikers, campers, and adventure lovers: the Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area. This area sprawls across Banner, Morrill, and Scotts Bluff counties and is host to a diverse ecosystem of vegetation and animals. In the hills, it is possible to spot bighorn sheep, pronghorn, elk, deer, and wild turkeys.

Exploring the Area

The campsites at Riverside Campground are situated just a few minutes' drive away from the city of Scottsbluff, where visitors can find many stores, shops, monuments, and churches to check out during their visit. There are many dining venues as well, ranging from Italian and Mexican restaurants to bars and grills. In the city, there is also the possibility of visiting a zoo, the Riverside Discovery Center. This place was developed to support conservation, educate people, and expand recreational opportunities in the city. Special events are often organized, where all members of the family can get involved.

About ten miles away from your RV campsite at Riverside Campground, you can reach Gering, a little city that organizes an annual event called “Oregon Trail Days.” During the second week of July, people gather and celebrate this weekend with a community barbecue, followed by many fun activities.

Another option is to head to Mitchell, where you'll have the opportunity to join a ride on a hot air balloon and enjoy a bird's-eye view of the scenic wildlife and rugged terrain below.

Western Nebraska is full of gorgeous places that you can explore when you rent an RV near Scottsbluff. Start planning your adventure by booking a travel trailer rental near Riverside Campground today.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • South Overlook Trail, NEScotts Bluff National Monument, NE
  • Scotts Bluff National Monument Trail, NEScotts Bluff National Monument, NE
  • Monument Valley Pathway, NEScottsbluff, NE
  • Gering 'U' Street Pathway, NEScotts Bluff National Monument, NE
  • Agate Fossil Beds Trail, NEAgate Fossil Beds National Monument, NE
  • White River Trail, NEFort Robinson State Park, NE
  • Oregon Trail Ruts Loop, WYGuernsey, WY

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