Park Policy and Frequently Asked Questions

Louie and Diane Herrick, owners of the Lincoln Highway RV Park, would like to invite you to stop by and stay awhile, or come enjoy a day of swimming, fishing, and boating. The park is built around its natural habitat, so please be aware of posted areas and your surroundings for your saftey.

Our park is continually growing and we often make improvements, so please be aware there may be areas under construction. Our playground is small, but expanding. We strive to keep our park clean, safe, and enjoyable for our guests—and wildlife. Please familiarize yourself with the Lincoln Highway RV Park policy. During your stay, we ask that you show respect for those around you and the habitat our wildlife calls "home."

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AND WE HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR TIME HERE.

Liability

This property is privately owned and built around its natural habitat, therefore there are some risks to be aware of: cactus plants, poison ivy, water’s edge. The camper accepts camping privileges with the understanding that he/she does hereby release the Lincoln Highway RV Park, its officers, and employees of all liability for loss or damage to property and injury arising out of use of its camping facilities and agrees to indemnify the campground, its officers, and employees against claims resulting from loss or damage to property or injury to the person of any member of the family or quest of the registered camper arising out of the use of its camping facilities.

Check-In/Checkout

You may check in at any time; checkout time is 2 p.m.

Emergency

In case of emergency, call 911, the local sheriff’s office at (308) 532-2468, or park owner Louie Herrick at (308) 530-7857.

Fishing

No fishing license is required to fish at the Lincoln Highway RV Park lakes. We allow catch and release only, unless the fish will not survive.

Area Amenities

There is a Casey’s convenience store and a cafe within a mile of our park. A grocery store is within three miles. Restaurants can be found within six miles. Downtown North Platte is four miles.

Pets

All pets must be declared and approved by management upon registration. Any pets brought onto the grounds after registration must have prior approval of management. A deposit of $25 per pet is required and refundable upon departure, provided all provisions listed below are observed.

  • All pets are required to be on a leash when outside and must be with an adult at all times. Leash should be no longer than six feet in length.
  • Cats must be kept inside or on a leash at all times—cats may not run free.
  • Pets may not be outside unless accompanied by the owner. If the pet is outside, the owner must be with the pet at all times. If you leave your campsite, pet must be put inside the camper. Any damage incurred to camp property or to other campers’ property will be the owner’s responsibility.
  • MAKE YOUR PET PROUD—SCOOP THEIR POOP. FAILURE TO CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR PET WILL REQUIRE THE DEPOSIT TO BE FORFEITED AND A NEW DEPOSIT TO BE MADE. Owners are required to have baggies for cleanup whenever the pet is outside.
  • No fence, pens, cages, doghouse, or any other kind of enclosure may be erected at the campsite for pet containment.
  • Pets are not to be secured to trees, picnic tables, or any property belonging to the park.
  • Pets are not allowed in the laundry facility, recreational area, playground, or any other camp facility.
  • If in the opinion of the park managers there is a violation of any of these rules or that pets are interfering with other guests of the park, pet owner will immediately be asked to vacate the park and deposits will be forfeited.

Laundry

No hanging of laundry outside.

Trash

All trash and garbage must be in plastic bags and taken to trash dumpsters.

Vehicles

No more than two approved vehicles may be kept at any one campsite.

Children

Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Sewer

Sealed connections are required for all sewer hookups.

Campfires

Wood campfires are prohibited at your site. However, propane fire pits are allowed. Fire pits must be approved by management before use.

Camper Courtesy

Be respectful of your fellow campers. Refrain from walking through campsites. Please use the roads.

Unruly Behavior

Unruly behavior will be cause for removal from property and loss of any depoaits. Two complaints to management will be cause for immediate removal.

Park Amenities

  • 30/50 amp electrical hookups/water
  • Cable and wireless internet
  • Primitive sites
  • Extra-large pull-through sites
  • Ample wildlife in natural surroundings
  • Fishing, boating, swimming, sandy beach
  • Close to North Platte area attractions
  • Laundry facilities available
  • On sale/ off sale liquor
  • On site convienent store
  • Bar open with grill coming soon!
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