You'll Find A Luxury Glampground At Kimberly Creek Retreat In Nebraska, And It's Ideal For Winter Snuggles And Relaxation
By Delana Lefevers|Updated on December 01, 2023(Originally published December 30, 2019)
As a lifelong Nebraskan, Delana loves discovering the many hidden treasures of her state. She has worked as a writer and editor since 2007. Delana's work has been featured on more than a dozen websites and in Nebraska Life Magazine.
Winter camping in Nebraska definitely isn’t for everyone, but winter glamping is a whole other story. When you want to get away from everything for a while but don’t want to sacrifice comfort, this Kimberly Creek Retreat is the perfect destination.
The owners of this beautiful property are constantly expanding, improving, and adding new accommodations. Find out more about Kimberly Creek Retreat and book your own stay on the property’s website. Learn more about ongoing expansions at this luxurious campsite, future events, and more can’t-miss news on its Facebook page.
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The nearby town of Ashland is the perfect destination for a daytime excursion.
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Where can I visit nature preserves in Nebraska?
If glamping just isn’t enough time in the natural world, there’s plenty more to see in the state. Check out these natural sites in Nebraska.
Chimney Rock, near Bayard
Toadstool Geologic Park, near Crawford
Scotts Bluff National Monument, near Gering
Smith Falls, near Valentine
Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, near Harrison
Indian Cave State Park, near Shubert
Ashfall Fossil Beds, near Royal
Nebraska National Forest, near Halsey
Where can I go primitive camping in Nebraska?
If you’d rather save the luxury for other vacations and really get close to nature with a more down-in-the-dirt camping trip, there’s plenty of opportunity for that as well. Enjoy these primitive camping sites in Nebraska.
Victoria Springs State Recreation Area
Lake McConaughy, Keith County
Sherman Reservoir State Recreation Area, Near Loup City, Sherman County
Indian Cave State Park, near Brownville, Nemaha County
Chimney Rock Pioneer Crossing, Bayard, Morrill County
Ponca State Park, near Ponca, Dixon County
Red Willow Reservoir State Recreation Area, near McCook, Red Willow County