All Trails Lead To Ogallala Tri-Trails KOA!

Check-In is at 1pm Mountain Time (no early check-in's allowed). Make sure you note that we are in Mountain Time Zone. If you are traveling from the EAST you will change time about 20 miles before you arrive at our location.
There are 2 KOA's in Ogallala. We are Tri-Trails KOA. While traveling through the Wild West, make sure you hang your boots up for the night at the right KOA - follow the directions to 120 Road East 85, Ogallala NE 69153

We are conveniently located just 1 mile south of I-80 (exit 126) in Ogallala, NE. We are just nine miles from Lake McConaughy, which offers fishing, boating, swimming, and lots of sandy beaches. Ogallala has a lot of history and was the end of the Great Western Cattle Trail. In addition, the Pony Express and Oregon Trail all ran through Ogallala - Nebraska's Cowboy Capital. There are many things to do within a 200-mile radius. Come and stay with us - we look forward to having you as our guest! 

Ways to Stay for Every Kind of Camper
If you are looking for Tent Sites, we do offer a few sites that come complete with water, electricity, and a fire pit, as well as access to our restroom and shower facilities. If you have an RV of any size, we have a spot for you on our long pull-through sites with full hooks ups that will allow you to stay connected; most sites have Cable TV.
All sites have a picnic table for your use and you can request a portable fire pit, if you would like to use one.

On-Site Amenities
Our amenities are the little extras that ensure your stay is as comfortable and pleasant as it can be. Recreation: We offer an outdoor swimming pool (OPEN Memorial-Labor Day),  KampK9s for your four-legged friends to be able to get out and run after being couped up from a long day on the road, horseshoes, and a playground for your use. We have a laundry room that is open 24 hours a day for your use. There is no change machine, but we can give you quarters at the front desk during business hours. We take pride in our clean restroom and shower facilities that are open to ALL guests and are open 24 hours a day for your convenience. Our store is open during business hours for any of your needs - we have food, RV supplies, and gifts. We have firewood and ice for sale and we can deliver them to your site. Do you have mail you need to send? We offer stamps for sale in the office and we can mail letters for you daily - just bring them to the office or drop them in the mailbox next to the night registration. We mail these items daily. We have a friendly staff that is here to serve you and help in any way to make your stay the best one yet. 

Off-Site Amenities
There is lots to do within a 200-mile radius. We are just 10 miles south of the beautiful Lake McConaughy. In town, we have the Petrified Wood GalleryBoot Hill, and Mansion on the Hill

Food Options
Have you had a long day and don't want to cook? Valentinos Pizza will deliver directly to your site. They have pizza and pasta and great broasted chicken. We have menus available at the office. 

Make your reservation today to come and stay with us! We look forward to having you as our guest!

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 80' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (5/27 - 9/6)
  • Snack Bar ($)
  • Firewood ($)
  • Dog Park
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Ways to Stay

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Local Area

Tri Trails Park

Tri-Trails Park is located at the geographic crossing of three major historic trails that passed through Keith County, Nebraska during the 1800s: the Oregon Trail, Pony Express Trail and the Great Western Cattle Trail (a.k.a. the Texas Trail).



Lake McConaughy

35,000 surface acres and 105 miles of shoreline make for the states largest playground. Sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving, water skiing, picnicking, hunting, ice skating, backpacking, eagle viewing are just a few things that will keep you busy!!!

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Kingsley Dam

Kingsley Dam, located 9 miles north of Ogallala, Nebraska, is the second largest, hydraulic fill dam in the world. It is over 162 feet high, 3.1 miles long, has 26 million cubic yards of material, and holds Lake McConaughy, which is 22 miles long and 142 feet deep.



Boot Hill

This horse and rider statue found on Boot Hill represents a Texas Trail cattle drover who appears to be looking over the graves and town—back over the trail—back to Texas.



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