Rose Hill's

Peaceful Prairie Tent & RV Campsites

Gering, Nebraska

Open from April 1 to November 10

Tent Camping Dispersed Site Scottsbluff Gering monument park "scotts bluff national monument" historic chimney rock hiking

Peaceful Prairie Tent & RV Campsites

A private oasis on 200 acres of stunning short grass prairie bordering Scotts Bluff National Monument, featuring excellent hiking, delicious drinking water, cell phone reception, a portable toilet, and 50 amp electricity for Rv campers. You've never seen anything quite like this private view.

Though we are two miles from highway 71 outside of Gering, Nebraska, we are a WORLD away on our own peaceful prairie. 

Park your car, van or pop up camper, or pitch your tent directly on the prairie and enjoy 200 acres of seclusion on the backside of the stunning Scotts Bluff National Monument. Park your big rig RV or camper trailer adjacent to the prairie and enjoy hiking mere footsteps away.

Wake up to the song of the Meadowlark and the rosy hue of a prairie dawn. Linger with your coffee as you take in the beauty surrounding you. Friendly senior horses Tigger and Kit will make you feel welcome, while a gorgeous herd of curious cows munch peacefully in a nearby pasture. In the evenings, you will likely be treated to the song of the coyote at dusk and a sky full of stars.

In addition to touring the canyon or walking the vast prairie on the property, you may enjoy mountain biking, hiking and climbing at varying degrees of challenge. The property shares a fence line (which affords foot access) to hiking the back side of the Scotts Bluff National Monument, a series of bluffs significant to the settlers on the Oregon Trail. This wide open landscape is also the perfect place to fly a kite.

The camping area provides delicious, fresh water from a localized well. Fill up as much as you like!  Each RV site features 50 amp hook ups and hose access for water filling (not dedicated hook ups for water though). There is a well-maintained and easily accessed porta potty on site. Tabletop propane cook stoves are welcome on the prairie but campfires are only allowed if conditions are safe, and only in fire pits provided.  There is no smoking of cigarettes or pipes, on the prairie at any time of the year, and fireworks are forbidden.

Depending on when you're here, you'll see wildflowers, chokecherries, sagebrush, yucca, cactus, wild catnip, a wide array of native prairie grasses and plants. The delightful burrowing owl has made its home on our prairie, and mule deer are plentiful and often easily spotted.

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The Land, the Animals, & Hiking

Please Note: All Bookings Must be Requested and Approved.

Anyone Arriving Without a Booking will be Turned Away.