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Platte River State Park is an innovative area, where the Game and Parks Commission has implemented some intriguing concepts in park lodging, management, and design. This up-to-the-minute facility offers a wide range of activities and lodging choices, while keeping costs to a minimum. Situated about three miles west of Louisville, Platte River State Park sits just about halfway between the state's two largest cities of Omaha and Lincoln. The 418-acre park merged what were once three separate areas-Harriet Harding Campfire Girls Camp, Camp Esther K. Newman, and a 104-acre wooded area. Much of the renovation undertaken and facilities built came about with the help of a number of foundations, businesses and individuals who contributed many thousands of dollars to the development of the park. To recognize that generosity, many facilities here bear the names of those contributors.

Location: 14421 346th St, Louisville Nebraska 68037 Telephone 402-234-2217 Fax 402-234-2520

Other Nebraska State Parks nearby:
(Lincoln) Blue River State Recreation Area
(Raymond) Branched Oak State Recreation Area
(Lincoln) Conestoga State Recreation Area
(Ashland) Eugene T, Mahoney State Park
(Ames) Freemont Lakes State Recreation Area
(Louisville) Louisville State Recreation Area

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