Whether or not your class of RV will meet your needs depends on the motorhome rental in Lincoln you choose. This really depends on the number of people that will be on your trip. For instance, a drivable RV in a Class A supplies sleeping quarters for 10 and the amenities of a high-end home. The Class B is smaller than a Class A's range of up to 45 feet and is especially appropriate for those vacationers who plan to stay outdoors during much of the day. The Class C is around 20 to 31 feet, with large windows perfect for sightseeing. In all classes, your need for storage is well met by any RV rental in Lincoln.
Camper rentals in Lincoln such as fifth wheelers, toy haulers, and pop-up campers provide ample storage as well as the ability to park the RV and leave the campsite for trips out to dinner at a restaurant. In fact, pop-up camper rentals in Lincoln may be light enough for a sedan or SUV to tow. Lincoln RV rentals provide comfort, the feeling of home, and the freedom of the open road for all RVers.
One of the best campgrounds in Lincoln is Camp A Way, which is five minutes from downtown. It sits just off I-80, and it deserves its 50-year reputation as one of Lincoln's friendliest RV parks that is open all year. Pine Grove RV Park is 20 miles outside Lincoln in a rural setting, just between soybean and hay fields. There is a restaurant and bar on-site, so convenience is the name of the game in this park located next to I-80.
For a state park near Lincoln that showcases the second largest lake in the Salt Valley area, try Pawnee State Recreation Area for more than 1,800 acres of land and 740 acres of water. Fishing for fierce pike and walleye, canoeing, kayaking, and wind sailing are some of the activities you can enjoy at this state park. Hunting is permitted in season the first Tuesday after Labor Day.
Since Nebraska has no national park within its borders, a trip to Badlands National Park in South Dakota is well worth it. This national park provides guests with guided tours, biking, camping, and unparalleled stargazing.
To make sure your rental is safe when you're not around, you should consider an RV storage facility. Big Red Self Storage provides climate-controlled facilities and auto access for your RV. Aardvark Self Storage and Infinity Self Storage offers well-lit, secure storage for your large RV.
Dumpstations keep your RV in perfect running condition, so use Lincoln's Camp A Way, Lancaster Event Center, Leach Camper Sales, or Pawnee Lake State Recreation Area.
The Sunken Gardens make for a fascinating study of what philanthropy can add to a city's attractions. In the depths of the Great Depression, E.M. Blair created a rock garden from a dump site. Today, you can ramble through the multi-level elevated gardens. More than 416 species of trees and flowers fill the one-and-one-half acre with prairie beauty. The International Quilt Study Center & Museum is another fun place to visit and houses the largest collection of quilts in the world.
The University of Nebraska at Lincoln provides exciting football from its Cornhuskers, and the team is one of only 10 football programs to win 800 or more games. Other varsity sports include lacrosse, basketball, baseball, softball, and ice hockey. For a change of pace, cheer on the No Coast Derby Girls in a flat track roller derby game at their venue, the Ice Box. Haymarket Park hosts the independent Minor Baseball League's Lincoln Salt Dogs.
The Lied Center for Performing Arts hosts orchestra and theater performances as well as speakers. The Haymarket District downtown provides nightlife fun with bars and comedy clubs.
Interstate 80 and its loop route, I-180, bring you to Lincoln, along with U.S. routes 6, 34, and 77.