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Eugene T. Mahoney State Park

28500 West Park Highway

Eugene T. Mahoney State Park offers year-round accommodations and recreational use. This ultra modern park offers a spectacular array of lodging, group meeting facilities and activities. Located near Ashland, just off of I 80 at exit 426, Mahoney nestles on 690 acres along the picturesque Platte River.

The dominant feature of the park, the Peter Kiewit Lodge, offers 40 guest rooms, each with private bath. There are sleeping lofts and fireplaces in 16 rooms. Each has two queen beds.

Mahoney has a variety of recreational activities to offer, including a Family Aquatic Center complete with a 0-depth swimming and wave pool and two 200-plus-foot curling water slides.


Arissa Teal'Kincaid

Friday, Aug. 3, 2018
I was invited by a friend. I'm not an outdoor person but I was begged to go. I enjoyed the water park and the boating. I wish I could have rode the horses but the line was long and we left after waiting around 15 to 20 minutes. I was disgusted by the ample amount of flying bugs that kept landing on me! I swear one flew in my mouth at one time while having a little fun at the water park. Yep, that ruined it for me. I won't be going back. Sorry.

Alisa M.

Sunday, June 10, 2018
Love the cabins and all the activities they have to do. It's great for family fun. Love that the cabins are pet friendly! Super fun activities. The only suggestion I have is to clean up the bathrooms around the camping sites. . They are not that clean and smell horrible. Shower houses could be more clean too. The price of food is very reasonable if you are at a concession stand. I was shocked how fair pricing was.

Jeffrey DeLoss

Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
I checked out the park for a planned family reunion we would like to have there in 2019. I was surprised how many varied activities there were in the park. The lodge was interesting and authentic looking inside and out. I can't wait to be there with family. Good luck on cabin reservations as they book up a year in advance.

Nancy Franks

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
The campground is on a hill. There are very few areas that you are not sitting on a slope at the picnic table or while sitting around the fire. It's very hard to find a fairly level spot to pitch a tent. We had to be careful when someone got up from the table so it didn't tip over backwards. The bathhouse smelled like sewer. The water at all of the sinks in the men's bathroom didn't work. Only one soap dispenser and one blow dryer worked in the women's bathroom. The paint is peeling off the floor in the showers and I don't think you would want to take a shower barefoot. There were big dead trees standing that had branches hanging over campers. There was lots of poison ivy in the tall grass at the edge of the campsites and even some growing in the part that was mowed. The whole place seemed to be kind of run down.

Fawn Horner

Friday, July 6, 2018
Lots of places to explore in this State Park. There are activities for all ages including horseback riding, swimming, camping, and hiking. My son and I also attended a free bow fishing instructions class. It was a lot of fun. The pool is spacious with 2 waterslides. There is also a separate wave pool and a smaller kids area with sprays and smaller water slides. Reasonable rates although you do have to have a state park permit to enter and then pay the pool fee as a separate charge.

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