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The best camper van rentals in Nebraska

Looking for a different kind of camper van rental? Exploring Nebraska in a camper van offers all kinds of unique and exciting stops. Vast prairies in the east, majestic cliffs peaks in the west, and sand dunes in between make Nevada a great outdoor destination.

Nebraska is known as a friendly state where people are down-to-earth and will make any traveler feel at home. To experience Nevada hospitality for yourself, visit a tourist-friendly ranch for a farm tour and a farm-to-table dining experience. The rolling hills of historic farmlands provide a perfect backdrop for the bold sunsets that make Nebraska a wonderful place to travel in a camper van rental.

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 its vast landscape. Explore the hundreds of miles of scenic roads on a Nevada camper van road trip where you’ll find old towns, ranches, and lots of opportunities to see wildlife. 

Make your way through Toadstool Geologic Park in a camper van rental and see the toad-shaped rock formations and go fossil hunting throughout the park. Visit Chimney Rock National Historic Site, a famous rock formation that guided settlers in the 1800s on their trek west. 

Niobrara National Scenic River is an excellent place to stop on your camper van road trip and holds over 200 waterfalls. The park has river entry points and trails where you can kayak and hike along this stunning waterway.

With over 75 parks, campgrounds, and national forests that offer camping, you’re sure to find a peaceful place for a few relaxing nights in your camper van. Fresh air and dark skies make Nebraska a tranquil destination for spending a few nights in the great outdoors. Get ready to make memories on an epic Nevada camper van adventure.

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

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.

The Lied Jungle at the Henry Doorly Zoo in Nevada is the largest indoor rainforest in the US. You’ll find everything from pygmy hippos to Malayan tapirs and capuchin monkeys.

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.

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

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