Attractions One of eastern Nebraska's most popular recreation areas, Fremont has about 40 land acres and nearly 300 water acres in 20 sandpit lakes. Located three miles west of Fremont, this is a favorite area with campers, picnickers and water enthusiasts - from boating to fishing to water skiing. The swimming beach is unsupervised, and there is a PWC area, as well as a handicap accessible fishing pier. Campground Notes Fremont State Recreation Area's campgrounds offer hard surfaced pads, situated among mature shade trees. Modern shower/latrine buildings and drinking water are conveniently located. There are showers, trailer dump stations and water are available. Fishing, boating, swimming beach, picnicking and primitive camping is also available in the park.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on February 19, 2013
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Electrical hookups, Pets OK
$15 per night
Q: Do you allow golf carts? -Jeannie Stanton
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Reviewed by Carrie Sheibal on June 17, 2016
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Freemont recreation area is the best place to camp and have fun in Nebraska. Whether it be fishing, water sports, camping, swimming at one of the lakes many beaches, or just for a daytime picnic, you will be pleases with its accommodations and it's beautiful grounds. The only drawback about Freemont is that is is so popular with water and camping enthusiasts it is very hard to get a spot to camp unless you reserve on spots months ahead of time, even though there are over 250 caping spots.
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