Fishing the pond, the Platte River, and the Loup Power Canal spillway. The pond is catch and release(except the bluegills, they are good bait on the Platte River. Fish for catfish, crappy, bass, sturgeon.
Canoeing and kayaking: Watercraft can be launched at the Highway 81 Bridge for a 4 hour float to the Riverland Campground. Plans are in the works for a landing spot close to the Schuyler bridge for another 4 hour float.
A great place to host Weddings, Anniversaries, and family reunions.
A beautiful spot to camp along their favorite boating River.
Includes swings, sand volleyball court and a picnic shelter.
Plenty of Wildlife, including Bald Eagles and Deer.
Yes, it is highly recommended that you bring at least a 40ft extension cord and water hose. Our utilities are at the back of the RV site .
RV sites have water and power. 20-30-50 amp electrical hookup, and 60-80 ft gravel parking pads. There is also a picnic table on concrete pad and a fire ring.
Yes! We have a dump station for your black and gray waste water. We charge $10 per dump, which can be purchased when you are making your reservation or in person.
Yes! We have plenty of parking.
Swimming is not recommended in the river as it is a fast flowing river and can be dangerous. Kayaking and canoeing are welcome. We have a pond on the property with a beach.
On our website homepage can check real-time availability on all our rentals.
We do have access to the River on our property.
We have fishing in the pond and in the river. The Tailrace falls are adjacent to the property and this is a public park for everyone to enjoy.
Yes. There is a $25 pet fee if you are renting a cabin. Please respect other guests and have your animal leashed at all times.
RV sites are $35 a night, Platte and Loup River cabins are $150 and the Eagle Lodge is $250 per night. Cabins and lodge are 2 night minimum.
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