Tentrr provides a new way to camp in Nebraska State Parks

August 16, 2022 shawna richter-ryerson

Kristin Carder and Tim Gaydusek from Lincoln stay in a Tentrr site at Louisville State Recreation Area in Cass County. | Jeff Kurrus, Nebraskaland Magazine, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

Tentrr, the leader in ready-to-go camping accommodations with over a thousand fully-equipped campsites across the country, announced a new partnership with Nebraska State Parks on Aug. 11, 2022. Over 25 fully-equipped Tentrr campsites are now available to book at three parks: Louisville State Recreation Area, Ponca State Park and Sherman Reservoir State Recreation Area.  Additional Tentrr sites are being considered at other park locations in the Cornhusker State.

Located on the south bank of the Platte River, Louisville State Recreation Area  encompasses 192 acres of natural beauty and wildlife, including five lakes and a large floating playground. Guests have the option of choosing from seven different Tentrr sites that will allow campers to experience a whole new side of Nebraska with access to prime fishing, trails, water-based recreation and other outdoor activities. Scenic vistas, wildlife, Missouri-River access, and a multitude of active recreation options make Ponca a popular overnight destination for Nebraska residents as well as visitors from neighboring states. Tentrr offers eight single camps and two double camps at Ponca (great for larger groups). In Central Nebraska, Tentrr has ten single sites at Sherman Reservoir, known for excellent fishing and boating on the 3,000 acre reservoir. Hunting opportunities including upland game, big game, and waterfowl, are plentiful at the nearby Sherman Wildlife Management Area. 

“We’re delighted to partner with Tentrr to provide both our guests a brand-new way to experience outdoor Nebraska,” said Jeff Fields, Parks Administrator. “Our state is a wonderful place to truly unwind and relax and get in touch with nature, and these sites will make it easy for campers to kick back and really take in what our beautiful parks have to offer.” 

Tentrr provides an easy, seamless, and comfortable outdoor experience. Less roughing it and more enjoying it. Tentrr’s fully equipped, ready-to-go campsites are the newest way to experience the great outdoors. Spacious canvas wall tents come with a comfortable memory foam mattress for a good night’s sleep, Adirondack chairs for optimal stargazing, and a fire pit to keep you warm (don’t forget to bring marshmallows). Other amenities include a propane heater and a table with benches. Tentrr’s single sites can facilitate up to six campers – with two in the safari tent and up to 4 additional campers in the included pop-up tent. Most sites are also pet-friendly.

We’re proud to be able to provide guests memorable experiences through Tentrr to enjoy the natural scenery and wildlife in Nebraska.” said Todd King, VP of Marketing at Tentrr. “Nebraska is a great camping destination. We pride ourselves on providing campers with a hassle free and comfortable outdoor experience. Campers tell us they enjoy the peaceful, private settings of our sites within state parks and “It’s now easier than ever to get outside and enjoy Nebraska.”

 Reservations are now available to book starting at $79 per night. Campers can also stop by the Missouri River Outdoor Expo at Ponca State Park on September 17th and 18th for a full demonstration of the Tentrr experience. For more details on this partnership and to book your site now, head to www.tentrr.com/explore/nebraska/state-parks. For more information about Nebraska State Parks go to OutdoorNebraska.org. 


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