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Fremont Lakes State Recreation Area

4349 West State Lakes Road
402-727-2922

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One of eastern Nebraska's most popular recreation areas, Fremont Lakes State Recreation Area has about 40 land acres and nearly 300 water acres in 20 sandpit lakes. Located three miles west of Fremont, this is a favorite area with campers, picnickers and water enthusiasts who come for great boating, fishing and water skiing.

Attractions:

Fishing
Boating
Personal watercraft
Swimming
Group facilities
Concessions
Picnicking

Camping:

RV Camping
Primitive Camping



Reviews

Kent Peters

Rating:
Sunday, April 8, 2018
For Nebraska, which is a bit lake-poor, this park is one of the few remarkable places to come experience a truly red-neck day out. Camping sites are average in size and quality, amenities are minimal and the overall condition of the beaches are not great. Probably the one exception to the three star rating would be Lake 20 which has been improved over the past few years with beach expansion and cleaner water-- I'd give that particular lake 4 stars. One of the big drawbacks to this park is the park staff-- I've been visiting this park since 1976 and have yet to meet even one staff member who actually seems like they like working here. Fishing in any of these lakes is low grade at it's best.

Mary green

Rating:
Thursday, May 10, 2018
There can be better maintenance on the roads in the original older lake areas i.e. around lake 1 and 2. And that you put an adequate fishing dock or handicap access at the end lake that is next to the lake that is next to the one adjacent to the game wardens house right at the stop sign. Its and amazing lake but no access to fish it

Tammy Rae Johnson Jr

Rating:
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Great park. Super clean showers & bathrooms. Camp host extremely helpful & kind. Thank you

AngelOf Lourdes

Rating:
Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018
It’s a nice place to enjoy some time outdoors however there is way to much littering going on out there. Possibly solve this problem by buying more trash containers and instead of being so tough on whether someone has a park permit properly placed on their windshield, the game wardens start handing out tickets to those who are killing the wildlife & making the park look ghetto by their garbage because they’re to lazy & ungrateful to find a trash container. And I also question why there are rusty oil barrels at the bottom of one of the lakes, approximately 6-8 of them? They couldn’t have been dumped by someone off the road. Only if your in a boat can you see them. Why is that?

john doe

Rating:
Monday, April 30, 2018
park is great. clean. however i do believe thet veterans should get a discount on yearly pass. this is unbelievable.

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