West Omaha / NE Lincoln KOA

11 reviews
Pets Allowed
Big Rigs

Campground Rates

RV Sites Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015 $38.00 - $50.00

Reported Rates

No rates reported for West Omaha / NE Lincoln KOA

Reviews (avg. rating 3.55)

| Wonderful place

By user-2283006 on 2018-07-04.

We were very pleased with our stay. The hosts were wonderful and went out of their way to help you. It was very clean and children/pet friendly. We will definitely stay again. In fact, we loved it so much we extended our stay.

| Nice place

By user-5865223... on 2018-07-04.

Very friendly staff. Clean bathrooms. Kid and pet friendly. Fun looking play ground. Small fenced in dog run. Run down mini golf course. It is still playable and it is free, but it needs some attention. The pool looks nice and clean. There are a wide variety of sites here. I believe they are all gravel. Leveling required. Some have decks, most have fire pits, (If you don't have one just ask the and they will bring you one) some have grass. Etc. There is a laundry facility with 4 washers and 4 dryers. There are also two large utility sinks that can be used to wash dishes (nice for tent campers). They sell and deliver pizza from the main building. They also have some basic necessities and food available for inflated prices. We stayed two weeks in July and the park turned over about every day. This is a busy KOA. Recycling center is available. They pick up your trash daily, just leave it out and they grab it. The wi-fi is ok, but pretty slow. I got 2 Mbps at best. At peak times I was getting .6 :( It is also very unpredictable. Sometimes just quits. We were able to stream netflix most of the time. 3G is strong though, so that works as backup. It's located very close to I-80, so car noise may bother some. It's about 30 min from downtown Omaha and 40 min from Lincoln. There is a new outlet mall about 2 min away with lots of shops.

| We'll be back...

By user-5846003... on 2018-07-04.

What is it with some reviewers? Yes, the park is next to HWY 6 and off from I-80, so there is road noise, but you need to expect that then. We stayed for a week and they put us in the last row. Still heard some road noise, but nothing to complain about! The dog park was great for our two "kids". It's great that it was fenced in with double gates and bags to pick up the "presents". The employees drove around in their golf carts checking on things quite a bit. If you are concerned about noise, the cabins are mainly in the front. Along with the dog park, the pool and the kids playground. But if you are that concerned about noise, don't stay at a KOA! The entrance is slightly past the sign. Not a sharp turn unless you have a really long RV, but a u-turn non the less (coming from I-80). We have a 26ft pull behind and it was no problem. I made the reservation in advance so we had a great price for the week (off season). The sites were not on top of one another with spacious patio/decks for each one. We also didn't have to share hookups. Plenty of room for our pull behind, slide out and truck. All in all we enjoyed our week and will be back if we are ever in the area again.


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Ball Diamond



Cable TV


Complimentary Showers

Dog Run

Dumping Station


Fifty Amp



General Store

Golf Course



Mini Putt


Pedal Carts

Pet Area

Picnic Tables



Pull-thru Sites

RV Supplies

Recreation Hall

Restaurant / Snack Bar



Shade Trees

Sports Field

Swimming Pool



Wading Pool


Water Slides

Wi Fi

Site List

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Full Hookups

Water Electric

Electric Only

Non Serviced

Pull Thrus

Fifty Amp Sites

Thirty Amp Sites

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Cable Tv

Extended Stay

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Nearby Attractions

Henry Doorly

Wildlife Safari

Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge

Boys Town

Durham Western Heritage Museum