Kiowa Wildlife Management Area | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Last Visited: 7 months ago
GPS: 41.92484, -103.92959
Altitude: 1217.7 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Manuel Festoli (Manny Festo)

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Description

iOverlander cannot verify if wild camping is permitted at this location. It is your responsibility to verify local laws or obtain consent before staying the night.

Wildlife Management Area (Nebraska MWA) at Kiowa Wildlife Management Area. Free rv and tent camping for everyone, no fees charged, that is the reason it's 3 stars. Stay/camping limited to 3 days at a time as a general rule but, could be allowed longer. Check signage to verify or call # below. Nice area. Roads are gravel/dirt.

Note* As a rule: If you have questions or want to confirm the posed signage, call (402) 471-5531 for a Nebraska Gane and Park conservation officer/ranger. All Nebraska WMA's are free to camp for everyone. Check signs as you enter for each WMA's specific's regulations, if there are any. If you want electrical and water hookups for rv's, you will need to go to a $pay fee "Nebraska State Park" or a city park, which are really nice but not free, like the free Nebraska WMA's.

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As mentioned by others, there’s quite a lot of noise from the trains, right off of the county road, a big gravel lot, with good Verizon coverage . Good for one night stay! Other than the trains it was quiet, great sunset over the wildlife mgmt area.

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Ok for the night but the trains were definitely quite loud and passed through sounding horns all night. Parking lot is getting pretty rutted, but there's still flat spots to be found.

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Just a gravel parking area off a county road, but its quiet, except for the occasional train about .3 miles away. Nice boardwalk / deck that gets the evening sun. Keep it clean.

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This place is in wrong location - it is located at 41.92484, -103.92959

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Really a big parking lot. The plus is its flat, can probably hold 50-100 vehicles and 3 miles from 385. Lot of trains but we livespending a night in the city so didn’t bother us. Full sun but in late Aug wasn’t an issue. Great stop for

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Nice and quiet at night. Just a train passing by and some traffic but really didn’t bother us. Clean and tons of space. More or less level :)

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This campspot is a gravel parking lot at a bird observing platform. Next to it is a road, with quite much traffic during the day. Not far away there is a railroad crossing, the trains pass frequently blowing the horn. It is really loud. No place to stay longer, but ok for one night.

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Ok, noise the train
l'endroit pourrait être parfait si le train qui passe a quelques centaines de mètres arrêtait de klaxonner au passage à niveau
camping gratuite

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Wildlife Management Area (Nebraska MWA) at Kiowa Wildlife Management Area. Free rv and tent camping for everyone, no fees charged, that is the reason it's 3 stars. Stay/camping limited to 3 days at a time as a general rule but, could be allowed longer. Check signage to verify or call # below. Nice area. Roads are gravel/dirt.

Note* As a rule: If you have questions or want to confirm the posed signage, call (402) 471-5531 for a Nebraska Gane and Park conservation officer/ranger. All Nebraska WMA's are free to camp for everyone. Check signs as you enter for each WMA's specific's regulations, if there are any. If you want electrical and water hookups for rv's, you will need to go to a $pay fee "Nebraska State Park" or a city park, which are really nice but not free, like the free Nebraska WMA's.

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