About I-80 Lakeside Campground

I-80 Lakeside Campground, formerly known as Lakeside Camping, reopened under new owners in May 2016. Seated on a clean private lake, our campground features 64 sites, many with full water, sewer, and electric (30 or 50 amp), as well as a community shower house, laundry facilities, and dump station. Several sites are pull-through and can accommodate any size RV. We also have areas set aside for primitive and tent camping. A full convenience store is located on-site, and includes items such as snacks, food, drinks, alcohol, fishing supplies, camping necessities, ice, and grocery items.

In addition to being an overnight campground, I-80 Lakeside is also available for day use. A Day Use Pass allows access to the south and east beaches of the property between the hours of 8:00 AM and dark. Activities available with a Day Use Pass include fishing (catch and release only, Nebraska fishing license required), swimming, horseshoes, sand volleyball, a walking trail, picnic areas, and use of campfire pits. We also have non-motorized watercraft for rent from our store, including kayaks, paddle boats, and rowboats. These can be rented by the 1/2 hour, hourly, or daily. Only I-80 Lakeside watercraft is allowed on the lake.

The well-stocked lake houses a multitude of fish. Species include Crappie, Bass, Walleye, Perch, Catfish, and others. A multitude of fish are tagged in the lake, and if a guest catches a tagged fish, they win a prize (limit one per day). Prizes range from pop and candy, sunglasses, kayak and paddle boat rides, all the way to a year-long family day pass. Fishing is catch and release only.

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Rates

Rental Rates:
Day Pass Fee-$5 per person (6 & under free)
     Allows access to specified areas only (south and east 
     portions of the property).  Day Pass excludes access 
     to RV campground and shower house facilities. Since our aim 
     is to create a family-friendly environment, a family of 
     four or more could opt to pay the primitive camping fee 
     in lieu of the Day Pass fee. If renting watercraft and only
     staying during the duration of the rental period, no Day Pass 
     Fee is required. Only I-80 Lakeside Campground watercraft is 
     allowed on the lake.
     
Kayak 
1/2 hour: $5
1 hour:   $8
6 hours:  $35
Day (12 hours): $50

Paddle Boat or Rowboat
1/2 hour: $8
1 hour:   $14
6 hours:  $50
Day (12 hours): $75


Camping Rates:
*Include 2 adults and 2 children
Primitive (Tent or Camper with no hook-ups)
Daily:   $14

RV with Water and Electric Hook-ups
Daily:   $24
Weekly:  $150
Monthly: $370

RV with Water, Electric, and Sewer Hook-ups
Daily:   $30
Weekly:  $165
Monthly: $275 (initial $150 electric deposit, 12 cents/kw)

Camping discounts available for Good Sam, AARP, AAA, Senior, and Military.
     
Passport America Discount (1 night only, not available for holidays, 
     special events, or weekends between May 1st and September 30th).

All discounts are for daily rate only.

Add-on Fees
50 AMP: $3 per night
Premium Length Site: $2 per night (site longer than our standard 55' site) 
Extra Adult: $2 per night
Extra Child: $1.50 per night

Cancellation fee of $20 will apply for reservations cancelled with less 
than 48 hours notice.

Rates are subject to change.

Updated 4/17/2017
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Directions

Directions:

I-80 Lakeside Campground is located just north of I-80 Exit 179.

From I-80: Take exit 179. Go North less than 1/2 mile and turn East at the first opportunity down a private drive. This will be BEFORE crossing the Platte River. Continue East for less than 1/2 mile. Campground is on the South side of the road.

From Highway 30: Turn South onto Newberry Access (on East edge of North Platte). After driving about 1.5 miles and crossing the Platte River, turn East at the first opportunity down a private drive (this will be immediately after crossing the Platte River bridge). Continue East for less than 1/2 mile. Campground is on the South side of the road.

If using GPS, typing “3800 Hadley Drive” does not seem to work. However, typing “Hadley Drive North Platte” will take drivers past our main entrance.

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