Jones Creek Pond | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
6 months ago
Altitude:
342.9 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
andrews_e

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Small site with shelter house and small boat ramp on a lake. Beautiful and very secluded on a gravel road. We parked with a 23’ camper on nice level gravel next to the shelter house. It was a little tricky getting backed in but worth the view when we put out the chairs and awning. I have no cellular service here so for us it’s totally off-grid.

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Nice little spot. One car when I arrived in the dark, but they left shortly after. Great night sky, lots of coyotes to listen to.

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Yes, it's a nice spot. But if you're parking on the gravel, you're taking up parking spaces that people use for fishing and boat ramp access.. just be aware. It is not a large parking lot. There were 3 other vehicles here using the pond when I arrived, so I waited on the road then pulled up onto the grass next to the pavilion. Pond is pretty nasty looking, I wouldn't let the dogs near it for what that's worth.

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Beautiful little quiet spot. There were a few locals enjoying the evening sunset when we arrived but they were very friendly.

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Free! Pretty isolated from much traffic or city noise, occasional vehicles going by throughout the day and night. I was the only one and stayed the night in my car fine, cooked dinner and sat at a picnic table enjoying the sunset

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Jones Creek Pond has been great. Free, off-grid camping in the Loess Hills. Great destination

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We were coming south on I29 and decided to take a bit of a detour to stay here. It was about 6 miles of gravel road, but worth it for the quiet pretty spot for the night. When we left in the morning to continue south it was only a short drive on gravel to get back to I29.

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Very nice and peaceful. We were the only RV there. Not too buggy.

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Really nice quiet parkup. Bunch of geese on the pond; they got going in the morning before we did :) 3 bars of Verizon.

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Beautiful spot. I stayed 2 nights with my dogs. There's a fire pit and picnic tables. Would be nice to kayak.

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Nice quiet spot. One other van when I arrived but plenty of room. When coming from the interstate it's a lot of dirt road, might be better to come in off 183

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Beautiful pond and picnic table shelter amongst corn and soy bean fields in Nebraska. Very short gravel road with a small cul-de-sac and one fire pit, for picnic tables, and a lovely pond. We were the only ones here and it was completely silent! Don’t forget the bug spray in the summer though.

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Jones creek pond

Beautiful. Sucluded. Quite. Room for 3 campers if you are willing to share. Very good Verizon signal.

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Small site with shelter house and small boat ramp on a lake. Beautiful and very secluded on a gravel road. We parked with a 23’ camper on nice level gravel next to the shelter house. It was a little tricky getting backed in but worth the view when we put out the chairs and awning. I have no cellular service here so for us it’s totally off-grid.

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