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Two Rivers State Recreation Area is a luxurious motorhome camping destination in picturesque Waterloo, just 15 minutes away from the historic Valley. Enjoy riveting dining options while visiting local attractions. If you’re looking for family fun options, then the 50-minute drive to Omaha is well worth your time. Boasting Henry Doorly Zoo, The Durham Museum, the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, and numerous other local gems, there’s something for everyone at this popular vacation city.

First opened to the public in 1960 by the State Game and Parks Commission and immersed in the cozy woodlands of northwest Nebraska, the park contains seven beautiful lakes, each of which offers aquatic activities. You’ll waste no time grabbing that tackle box and donning your favorite sunglasses for a fun-filled afternoon at Two Rivers State Recreation Area’s Lake No. 5. And then, after a full day in the sun, head over to Lake No. 4, where swimmers of all ages can find refuge from the summer heat in the clear, refreshing waters. If it’s a relaxing, nature-filled getaway you desire, search no further than Two Rivers State Recreation Area.

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Hoping to get some fishing in while camping at Two Rivers State Recreation Area? You’ve come to the right place! While you can fish at all of the lakes excepting the swimming Lake No. 4, the fishing-exclusive Lake No.5 offers an ADA accessible fishing pier, nearby restrooms, and a picnicking area all within the setting of its sparkling waters. Brimming with trout just begging to be caught, the lake makes for a local fishing hot-spot and an exciting camping bonus. Fishing opportunities include bluegill, bullhead, channel catfish, largemouth and smallmouth bass, and rainbow trout.

Work on your suntan while relaxing on the shores of Lake No. 4, surrounded by picturesque eastern cottonwoods, the ancient symbol of water to early pioneers. You’ll want to stay for hours and hours at this scenic spot. If the sun is shining a little too hot for your taste, take a dip into the lake for instant relief. Whether you’re bringing the kids for a picnic lunch and an afternoon swim, or ditching your rental RV to get a little reading in as the sun rises over the lake, the lake is ideal for both.

Have fun boating at six of the seven lakes, with Lake No. 5 as the only exception. Grab a snack at the concession stand near Lake No. 3 and head out on your non-powered boat for a peaceful way to spend your evening. From kayaking to canoeing and paddle boating, the possibilities are virtually endless.

Camping at Two Rivers State Recreation Area

Waterloo campers will immediately feel at ease in one of the many RV campgrounds at Two Rivers State Recreation Area. Choose from seven different campgrounds offering a variety of services, from sparkling lake views to full electricity and water hookups, or ADA accessibility to social areas boasting over 50 sites. Customize the perfect camping spot with whatever your vacation desires.

Book a site up to a year in advance to ensure your spot, or take your chances by securing one upon arrival. Pets are allowed, as long as they're leashed and barking is kept under control. Come enjoy hot showers, fire rings, convenient hiking and lake access, playgrounds, and picnicking shelters, all within breezy walking distance. Search for an RV in Douglas County today to get a head start on your luxurious outdoor adventure.

Exploring the Area

Engage the senses with a trip to Henry Doorly Zoo, where you'll find intriguing displays such as Desert Dome, the world’s largest indoor desert; the Suzanne and Walter Scott Aquarium, the largest aquarium within a zoo; and Lied Jungle, North America’s largest indoor rainforest. Or head over to the Durham Museum where you can take an educational tour to discover Union Station architecture or fascinating local history. Browse hundreds of remarkable photos, read about heroic men and women, or book a digital learning class for grade-school children to dive into.

Looking for the perfect photographic location? Walk on over to the 3,000-foot-long Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, a stunning path overlooking the illustrious Missouri River. Offering picture-perfect views every step of the way, the bridge not only provides photography opportunities, but also excellent scenic walking. Once you’ve sufficiently burned enough calories to crave a wholesome meal, head over to Valley for your choice of American grill, café, or fast-food. If you’re a little down on gasoline, you can fill up with ease at one of many gas stations in Waterloo. Then hurry back to Two Rivers State Recreation Area for a glimpse of the sun setting down over a crystalline lake for a perfect finish to your day.

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