Learn about camping and boondocking in Nebraska

Streeter Campground, Aurora, NE

This is a free, developed campground offered by the City of Aurora, NE. You can stay for free up to four (4) days, and up to a maximum of four days. It has free electrical hookups, free water, and free dump station. Donations are highly requested. No reservations, first-come, first-serve.

A Guide to Boondocking in Nebraska

Boondocking in Nebraska! Boondocking in Nebraska is mostly restricted to Nebraska National Forest, Samuel R. McKelvie National Forest, and Ogalala National Grasslands. Otherwise, there is also dispersed camping available at the state’s wildlife management areas and state fishing lakes. There are also casinos that allow multiple-night parking at their parking lots. Nebraska Boondocking Map This Nebraska Boondocking Map contains locations of free boondocking and free campgrounds where bloggers and YouTubers have produced detailed reviews. Click on a map marker to access their reviews… [AK] [AL] [AR] [AZ] [CA] [CO] [CT] [DE] [FL] [GA] [HI] [IA] [ID] [IL] [IN] [KS] [KY] ... Read more

Nebraska Rest Area Rules

Are you allowed to park overnight at a Nebraska rest area? How many hours are you permitted at a Nebraska rest area? Is camping allowed at a Nebraska rest area? What are the full Nebraska rest area rules?