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The best campervan rentals in Nebraska

Nebraska has a lot to offer all campervan rental enthusiasts with wonders in every direction, from vast prairies in the east, majestic cliffs, and peaks in the west, and sand dunes in between. Here, you can experience a trip that is as scenic as it is fun and memorable. 

Our Favorite Campervan & RV Rental Destinations in Nebraska

A visit to Nebraska is a trip to what was once the Old West. Nebraska was a frontier state and home to settlers who made their homesteads in this vast expanse. As an attribute to its pioneer-state heritage, it is also the birthplace of the rodeo. Explore the hundreds of miles of scenic roads through the Sandhills of Nebraska where you’ll find old towns, ranches, and lots of opportunities to see wildlife, including the Sandhill Crane.

Make your way through Toadstool Geologic Park in a camper van rental and see the toad-shaped rock formations or venture throughout the park and go fossil hunting. You can also visit Chimney Rock National Historic Site, which is a famous rock formation that guided settlers in the 1800s on their trek west. Niobrara National Scenic River is also an excellent place to visit with over 200 waterfalls where you can kayak and hike along this stunning river.

Nebraska is known as a friendly state where people are down-to-earth and will make any traveler feel right at home. A visit to Nebraska would not be complete without a visit to a friendly ranch for a farm tour and even a farm-to-table dining experience. The sandhills provide a perfect backdrop for the bold sunsets and grassland plains that make Nebraska a wonderful place to visit in a camper van rental.

Nebraska Fun Facts

Nebraska is said to have more miles of river than any other state.

Covering 1.5 acres, the eight-story-tall Lied Jungle at the Henry Doorly Zoo is the largest indoor rainforest in the U.S. You’ll find everything from pygmy hippos to Malayan tapirs and capuchin monkeys.

The Carhenge, a replica of the historic English Stonehenge, is located just north of Alliance, Nebraska, and is made up of 38 old automobiles that have been arranged in the same proportions and shape as the original Stonehenge.

The Elephant Hall at the University of Nebraska State Museum features the largest mammoth fossil on display anywhere in the world. The fossils were discovered in Lincoln County in 1922 and have been identified as the remains of a Columbian mammoth.

Speaking of Lincoln, Nebraska, the Nebraska Cornhuskers’ football stadium is capable of holding more than 90,000 people. On game day, the stadium becomes the 3rd most populated place in the state!

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