If Camping is your thing you won’t be disappointed in South Sioux City…
South Sioux City Parks & Recreation Department offices are located in Scenic Park. Scenic Park is home to an 85 site Campground with full and basic hook up’s, SSC Outdoor Pool, newly remodeled tennis courts, playground equipment, shelters for rent, Missouri River boat ramp, Riverview Ball Complex, Dible Soccer Complex & home of the Jeffrey C. Dible Multiuse Complex.
801 Riverview Drive
South Sioux City
Cottonwood Cove Park
A 4.5-acre park located on the banks of the Missouri River. Features a public boat ramp, camping, shelter and play equipment.
14th & Hickory
Danish Alps State Recreation Area
Danish Alps State Recreation Area (SRA) near Hubbard, NE is a 746-acre state rec. area on Kramper Reservoir, a 226-acre lake. Danish Alps includes RV and tent camping, equestrian camping facilities, day use areas, a walking and hiking trail and excellent angling and wildlife watching opportunities.
Kramper Reservoir, a 226-acre lake, was planned with shoreline fishing and boat fishing in mind, and a wide spectrum of aquatic habitat features were incorporated to make this new reservoir suitable for fish to reproduce and grow rapidly. The lake has been stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill, black crappie, walleye and channel catfish. Anglers are reminded that Kramper Lake is a no-wake lake and that live bait fish are not allowed. Boaters are asked to clean, drain and dry their boats to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species such as zebra mussels. A Nebraska Park Entry Permit is required for each vehicle entering the park.
Contact NE State Park System for reservations 402-755 2284.
Ponca State Park
Ponca State Park, is 2,200 acres located in the wooded hills overlooking the un-channeled section of the Missouri River. There is a 17,000 square foot facility called the Missouri National Recreational River Resource and Education Center that features conference rooms, gift shop, wildlife feeding stations, and a Missouri River Interpretive Display wing. Activities available include kayaking, shooting sports (shotgun, muzzleloader, archery, .22 rifles, and pellet gun), fishing, swimming, hiking, nature programs, guided horse rides, cross-country skiing, sledding and more. The park attracts many birdwatchers during the peak of spring migration (March through early May). There are 22 miles of trails winding through the park and there is a hike/bike trail running from Ponca State Park into the city of Ponca (3 miles). A concrete boat ramp with dock provides river access. Anglers fish for carp, channel and flathead catfish, drum, paddlefish, sauger, and walleye. Archery deer and turkey hunting is only allowed with a special permit. Ponca State Park features 15 (4 bedroom) mini lodges and 2 (2 bedroom) green cabins that are open year-round. There are also 14 seasonal rustic cabins, 93 electrical campsites and more than 50 year-round primitive campsites. Amenities include showers, water spigots (not hook-ups), a dump station, playground, 2 shelter houses, picnic tables, and fire rings. Several special events are held throughout the year in addition to Park Naturalists providing educational programs.
Approx. 20 miles from South Sioux City