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Chautauqua Park - This city park winds around the Big Blue River with acres of shaded, scenic recreation areas. Located next to the historic Chautauqua Tabernacle pavilion the RV camping area has complete facilities including hookups for 15-20 units. A nominal fee of $5.00 covers the electricity and shower expenses.


South on US Highway 77 across the Big Blue River bridge about 31/2 blocks into the park.


Gage County Fairgrounds - The fairgrounds provide camping facilities with electrical hookups for over 100 units. The water hydrants for hookups, a dump station, and restrooms are available for group or club camping. Reservations required.


2 blocks south on Logan Street off W. Court Street


402-223-3247, or fax 402-223-3979Riverside Park


Riverside Park - At Riverside Park, fishing and swimming are available as well as camping. It is located along the Blue Blue River on the west side of town with a beautifully manicured park atmosphere. There are electrical hookups for 15-20 units. There is a $5.00 camping fee with electricity. Reduced rates are available for camping clubs of ten or more units.


4 Blocks north off Court Street on Sumner



Come visit us in Beatrice, Nebraska

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Prairie Playground

Prairie Playground is located near the Beatrice YMCA. If you are visiting for a tournament, rest assured the younger tikes will be busy with Prairie Playground.

Beatrice, NE Fun Centers

Gage County Courthouse

This limestone Richardson Romanesque structure with a clock tower was erected in 1890-1892, and has served as the location for the administration of local government and institutions for Gage County for over 100

Beatrice, NE Historic Courthouses

Kilpatrick Mansion

The "Kilpatrick Mansion" is a two-and-one-half story brick dwelling constructed in 1904-5 in the Renaissance Revival style, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Beatrice, NE Historic Homes

Carnegie Building

The original Carnegie Library, built in 1902-3, is an outstanding example of the Beaux-Arts style, designed by architect, George A. Berlinghof, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Beatrice, NE Carnegie Libraries

Centenary United Methodist

This impressive limestone church was erected in 1929

Beatrice, NE Historic Churches

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