Wagon Train State Recreational Area is located in Lincoln, Nebraska. Comprised of 746 acres and home to a 315-acre lake, this property has much to offer vacationing families and their beloved pooches. Your furbabies are welcome to join their families at this beautiful recreational area and campground.
Reviews report that Wagon State Recreational Area boasts of a dog training area on the grounds, but it isn't known if it is fenced or if off-leash play is permitted. Nebraska state law does require that all dogs remain on a lead when not in a designated off leash zone, and hence, all dogs must be leashed in all public areas of this state park.
Water is available on the premises to help keep Fido well-hydrated; however, owners must bring poop bags with them from home. All canine waste removal is the responsibility of each owner as is mandated by Nebraska law. Wagon Train State Recreation Area is a private recreational facility and campground. A permit is required to enter the property, but at this time, it is not known what the cost of a permit might be.
This beloved state park is home to one of 20 Salt Valley lakes. This particular lake is ideal for fishing and is well-stocked with bluegill, catfish, crappie, bass, freshwater drum, muskellunge, walleye, wiper, and red ear sunfish to mention only a few varieties of fish found herein.
You should note that there is a maximum placed upon the catching of wiper. Only three are permitted per person, per day; only one of which can exceed 16" in length. Other recreational opportunities include boating, picnicking, hiking, and swimming. Grills are provided in all picnic areas for public use.
Paid campsites which offer electric hookups are available by reservation only. Any camping area which does not provide power is free of charge and on a first come, first served basis. Wagon Train State Recreational Area observes and supports all Nebraska state legislature.
With this in mind, all dogs must be current on vaccinations and must also sport an up to date city dog license tag on their collars while they are visiting the Wagon Train State Recreational Area. Looking for a great new park to explore? Consider a trip to Wagon Train State Recreational Area!