Cool October day. We arrived late in the day and followed the signs to the 'Tent' camping. This is primitive, but beautifully set among the rolling bluffs. Most sites are isolated on one-way roads through the hills. Pit toilets and no water spickets. Beautiful and great for a family group, as long as you are willing to haul water.
We returned to the RV park, which is really their name for the 1st Class campground. Flush toilets, sinks, showers and conveniently placed water spickets throughout. The price includes electrical hook-up or in our case, lanterns to save the batteries. Decent price, I think it was $15 or $18 dollars a night.
Situated on a bluff overlooking the Niobrara River and it's junction with the Missouri River. It is a great place for fishing (If I liked fishing) or to just enjoy the wind in the trees. Yes, you're within earshot of NE 12, but there is little traffic, so it didn't distract from our enjoyment.
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