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Kimball | The Highpoint of Nebraska
Come enjoy our quiet piece of paradise in Western Nebraska! Easy access to the freeway with fuel & restaurant on site. Kimball was spawned around 1870 by the Union Pacific Railroad. Much History to learn from our small town!
Oliver Reservoir, 8 miles west of Kimball, offers an ever growing number of imenities including updated bathrooms and numbered camping sites. Hidden away in Kimball County, Oliver Reservoir is worth the trip to see its rustic beauty.
In the extreme southwest corner of the county, 33 miles from Kimball, rises the highest point in Nebraska. Panorama Point, 5,424 feet above sea level, looks more like a rise in a pasture than the highest point in the State; however, this site is higher than the highest point in 30 other states.
Scott’s Bluff National Monument
Towering 800 feet above the North Platte River, Scotts Bluff has served as a landmark for peoples from Native Americans to emigrants on the Oregon, California and Mormon Trails to modern travelers. Rich with geological and paleontological history as well as human history, there is much to discover while exploring the 3,000 acres of Scotts Bluff National Monument.
Our RV Park is a great stop to enjoy Western Nebraska and explore the High Plains, or stop in near the interstate on your travels across the U.S. We have a general store with necessity items, groceries and more. We offer wifi, showers and other great full hookup camping amenities. Kimball offers shopping, restaurants and a highly rated golf course (Four Winds Golf Course).
Restrooms & Showers
Laundry & Firewood
Camp in the Panhandle
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have full hookups?
Yes! All of our 27 sites are full hookups. We also offer shower houses and restrooms at the RV Park.
Do you have WiFi?
Yes! We offer wifi at overnite sites and at the park.
Do you offer a military discount?
Yes, we do!
What other things are there to do in the area?
- Mountain Biking
- Road Biking Trails
Oliver Reservoir is just minutes away. We are well-situated on I-80 and Hwy 71 to explore the Rocky Mountain foothills and the Western Nebraska High Plains!
Wonderful experience for an overnight stay. Very friendly and helpful staff with owner taking us to assigned spot (near dog walk) to make sure no problems with hookup. On top of hill so had a great breeze. Level, spacious gravel pads- all easy to get in and out since pull through, as well as close to highway. Just reopened this spring with 15 pads instead of 30. Well maintained and grass trimmed throughout. Few trees but new ones planted. Even got discount at nearby diner. Would definitely stay there again.
Very friendly & helpful Staff. Park is recently reopened. Still getting landscaping etc. in. Great place to stay for 1 night or longer. Gravel drives & sites. The exit road is shared with other businesses, & needs resurfacing, but not the time of year to begin work on this. I would stay here again.