Local Area Attractions
Don't miss area attractions such as the world -famous Henry Doorly Zoo, Cabela's, wineries, lakes with hiking and biking trails, fine dining, top-rated golf courses and casinos on the Missouri River
Henry Doorly Zoo
Go nose to nose with sharks at the walk through Aquarium. Stroll through the Zoo's jungle or the world's largest tropical rain forest. Admission is charged. Visit the Henry Doorly Zoo online for more information.
Escape to the wild - drive your own car or ride the tram through four miles of scenic prairies and wetlands with native North American animals. Admission charges. Visit the Henry Doorly Zoo online for more information.
Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge
The Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge over the Missouri River has been named one of the world's most beautiful pedestrian bridges. This span that links Council Bluffs and Omaha is one of 14 bridges worldwide to earn the designation in the May edition of Travel and Leisure Magazine.
This attractions is a national historic landmark (Father Flanagan's Boys Home). Visit the hall of history, Visitors Center and the Father Flanagan's House to get the firsthand look at the world famous boy's home. Admission is free. For more information, see the Boy's Town online.
Durham Western Heritage Museum
Visit Union Station, explore history with 50,000 square feet of exhibitions show casing train cars, a tepee and earth lodge, early city homes, a covered wagon and much more. Be sure to stop by the authentic soda fountain for a treat. Admission is charged.
Strategic Air and Space Museum
See history come alive with 300,000 square feet of space including WWII and Cold War aircraft and artifacts. Admission charges. Visit the Strategic Air and Space Museum online for more information.
Visit Omaha's botanical center where solitude and beauty are found in 100 acres of outdoor gardens. Admission is charged. Visit Lauritzen Gardens online for more information.
Unique shops, boutiques, pubs, restaurants and entertainment in historic neighborhood. Shop bookstores to bakeries, art galleries to antiques, clothing to collectibles, then dine in one of more than 30 area restaurants. For more information, visit the Old Market online.
Omaha Children's Museum
Experience learning and fun, wrapped up in one! Enjoy hands on exhibits in the sciences, art and humanities. Admission is charged. See the Omaha Children's Museum online for more information.
Freedom Park Navy Museum
This museum is the home of the USS Hazard (minesweeper) and USS Marlin (training submarine), as well as other artifacts. Admission is charged. Visit the Freedom Park Navy Museum online for more information.
See more than 50 species of fish that call Nebraska home, including the largest catfish on display in the U.S. Wildlife movies shown daily. Admission is charged. Visit the Aquarium online further information.
Dozens of beautiful courses nearby - 3 of them are within a 10-minute drive, and one is rated in the top 100 courses in America by Golf Digest. Visit www.golfingnebraska.com for more information.
Fishing is available in many nearby rivers and lakes.
There are numerous paved and connecting trails across the country and within the city.
Nebraska Outlet Mall, less than ½ mile from the campground. You'll find contemporary indoor and outdoor malls nearby.
Nearby Schram Park and the Fontenelle Forest offer abundant wildlife and beautiful trails.