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Streeter Park Campground is a convenient short-stay RV campground close to downtown Aurora, only about half an hour from Grand Island. Approximately two hours east of Streeter Park Campground is the bustling city of Omaha. River Platte is just a short drive from the RV campground and is a great place for fishing, boating, and water sports just outside of the city. This major river protects a diverse ecosystem that attracts nature lovers who like birdwatching and exploring. Book an RV in Hamilton County in Nebraska to experience everything this beautiful area has to offer.
Amenities at this year-round RV campground in downtown Aurora include electric and water hookups and a dump station. All campers must reserve their site for a minimum of three nights. The campsites are located in Streeter Park, which features a swimming pool, softball fields, and tennis courts.
The charming little town of Aurora is a great stop when you're traveling to this part of Nebraska, with a lot of activities available both in town and nearby. In downtown, you'll find many bars and restaurants, gift shops, grocery stores, and community parks. While you're camping in an RV at Streeter Park Campground, take some time to see the city's museums and historic sites.
Pioneers Trail Lake is less than 10 minutes east of the RV campground. This scenic lake is a popular destination for locals who like biking, hiking, jogging, and spending time outdoors. The lake is great for fishing, kayaking, and canoeing as well. In winter, you can go cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. The park surrounding the lake also has picnic shelters, campsites, and restrooms. Spend a nice day outdoors with your family and enjoy some wildlife watching and photography.
Lincoln Creek Prairie and Trail is located on the east side of town and is within walking distance from the campground. This path was Aurora's first multi-use trail, and it wanders past some beautiful views. From Streeter Park, you can follow Leadership Trail to the east to find a connection with Lincoln Creek Trail. Vistas of lush meadows make this an ideal route for running, hiking, and biking in all seasons. While you're motorhome camping in Aurora, take some time to wander through this biodiverse area.
Pintail Wildlife Management Area covers almost 500 acres and is located about 20 minutes south of the campground. The terrain is mostly cropland, marsh, and pasture, which provides a vital habitat for thousands of geese and other birdlife. This is a popular hunting destination. It's best to come in the morning from the east side, or in the afternoon from the west side for a clear view of the marsh. Other birds you can find here during spring migration include pelicans and black terns.
Plainsman Museum is an informative history museum where you can experience interactive exhibits and stroll down an indoor boardwalk of the old town. The museum features The Plainsman Building, where you'll find the boardwalk, as well as the Agricultural Building, which displays an authentic homestead filled with vintage farm equipment, vehicles, appliances, and more. Other attractions in this living history museum include the General Delevan Bates Home, Fairview School, The Greiser Blacksmith Shop, and Burlington Northern Caboose. This unique museum will give you a glimpse into the industry, agriculture, and esteemed residents of Aurora when it was first settled in the 19th century. While you're here, check out the murals, which is a special exhibition dedicated to the county’s art history.
Edgerton Explorit Center is a science museum located right next to the Plainsman Museum on the south side of town. The museum will be a treat for visitors of all ages, with dozens of permanent exhibits and demonstrations. The center is named for Dr. Harold Edgerton, an Aurora native and esteemed scientist famous for modifying the stroboscope, a device that makes slow-motion photography possible. Dr. Edgerton made the stroboscope accessible for ordinary people and helped revolutionize the art of photography. Check out the museum's demonstrations that make learning about physics, chemistry, and space exploration so much fun for children and adults alike.
Aurora also has an attraction for the artistic spirits in your group. Support local artists and admire the photography and artwork on display at the gallery in downtown. Other attractions in Aurora include locally owned boutiques, a lush golf course, and a cinema.