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Capture the thrill of the road trip while camping in Nebraska—easy to do while cruising Nebraska's scenic byways. On the Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway be amazed at the annual sandhill crane migration each spring. There are many museums and historic buildings along the 272-mile byway. Travel the two-lane, 150-mile Loup Rivers Scenic Byway and make sure you take your cowboy boots because you'll pass plenty of working guest ranches and rodeos. RV parks in Nebraska will be located alongside the 238-mile Heritage Highway. Now you're in Willa Cather country where you can see pioneer life at attractions such as the Homestead National Monument of America in Beatrice.
Another way to travel through the Cornhuskers' state is to take the Nebraska Wine Tour. If you believe that grapes only grow in California, you're wrong. Grapevines love Nebraska soil. Because most of the wineries are small to medium-sized operations, you can usually visit with the winemakers while sampling their wines.
The same region that's perfect for grapevine growing is also prime real estate for a variety of wildlife. Visit Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge, which was established as a nesting and migratory bird refuge. Camping in Nebraska gets you close to refuges like this where you can go hunting, fishing, and bird-watching. Another place to view birds is at the Bald Eagle Viewing Facility in Lexington. If you're more of an equestrian lover, stop by Nebraska Wild Horse and Burro Facility and view up to 500 wild horses and burros available for adoption to owners nationwide.
Don't forget to bring along your canoe while staying at RV Parks in Nebraska because the Niobrara National Scenic River has been named one of the nation's top 10 canoeing rivers by National Geographic Adventure Magazine. While traveling down the river, you may see deer, beaver, turkey, turtles, kingfishers, and great blue herons.
A stop at Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park will educate you about the ancient history of the region. The park contains the fossil skeletons of animals that died at a watering hole following a massive volcanic eruption. Learn all this and more while camping in Nebraska.
RV parks in Nebraska are located near many arts and cultural centers and many of them have unusual offerings. Visit the Petrified Wood Gallery in Ogallala or the Stones & Bones Gallery and Emporium in Hershey. In Winnebago, take a tour of the Honoring-the-Clans Sculpture Garden and Cultural Plaza.
Nebraska is family friendly, too. Pick you own or enjoy pre-picked produce at WindHarvest Farms in Morrill. York Children's Museum in York has hands-on exhibits and reality-based displays. Add a little water to your fun at Beatrice Big Blue Water Park in Beatrice. Play on a 10,500-sq-ft community-built playground at Frontier Fun Park in Fairbury.
Camping in Nebraska is an adventure.