Camp A Way RV Resort In Lincoln, Nebraska
Named after the 16th president of the United States, Lincoln, Nebraska is a charming state capital with plenty to see and do. While exploring the Cornhusker state capital, a stay at Camp A Way will put you in a perfect location for doing so.
Camp A Way offers 91 sites, and is one of the most popular RV parks in the area. Open year round, this pet-friendly park is loaded with features and amenities. Some of those include full hook ups, 20/30/50 amp electrical, water, sewer, showers, restrooms, laundry, camp store, café/snack bar, pool, playground, recreation trails, rec room, dump station, cable TV, Wi-Fi, and more. If you happen to be visiting during football season, check ahead for availability. In addition to its popularity, Camp A Way also has a few restrictions during the fall football season.
Golf in Lincoln, Nebraska
If golf is in your plans, the city of Lincoln offers five municipal golf courses. All five can be discovered by visiting just one site: lincolncitygolf.org. The oldest public course in Lincoln and the surrounding states is the 18-hole Pioneers Golf Course. The venerable course celebrates its 90 season in April.
Must See Attractions
The Nebraska state capitol building is a must-see attraction. In fact, it’s hard to miss in the downtown Lincoln area as it stands 400 feet high. This elegant art-deco building features mosaic ceilings and floors, along with various paintings and sculptures. On the exterior of the building you’ll find marble, bronze, and gold leaf; and the white tower is topped by a bronze statue of a seed sower. Daily tours are available.
Lincoln’s Museum of American Speed was founded in 1992 by “Speedy” Bill and Joyce Smith, and offers a spacious 150,000 square feet of display area. This incredible collection of all things racing chronicles the automotive racing history. The various display areas include Model A & B, luxury cars, legends in racing, dragsters, midget racers, NASCAR, and more.
For more information on this vibrant city, check out lincoln.org.