If you’re looking for a place to take your new RV, check out Lake Ogallala State Park. Sure, the name is fun to say, but this park offers fun to the entire family. Lake Ogallala is known as the little lake and is located east of Lake McConaughy. At 320 acres this lake features protected shorelines that limit the wind and create an ideal atmosphere for trout fishing, paddles, and camping.
If there’s one thing Lake Ogallala is known for it’s its fishery. In addition to fast growing and feisty rainbow trout, you’ll also find yellow perch, channel cats, and even largemouth bass. After you get the catch of the day you can head on over to the fish cleaning station and prepare your fish for a good old fashioned fish fry.
There are also a range of ADA-Accessible boat ramps and docks, so everyone in the family has a chance to enjoy the great outdoors.
Lake Ogallala features a two mile hiking and biking trail at ends at the Nebraska Public Power District’s Diversion Dam. It great for families with kids and isn’t so strenuous that you’ll find yourself exhausted at the end of it.
Lake Ogallala State Park offers a range of camping opportunities. For RVers you’ll find 20, 30, and 50 am electrical hookups. Camping with electric runs $25 a night. Without electric is $13. If you’re gutsy enough to camp during the winter you can camp with electric for $18. For those looking to enjoy primitive camping there are several sites located on the west side of the lake. There’s also water and primitive bathroom available.
RVing offers you the opportunity to enjoy spending time with the family, reconnect with nature, and see our beautiful country. Start by checking out this impressive park, then contact us if you have any questions about RVing or buying an RV.