Willow Creek State Recreational Area
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 102
Number of Sites with Electric: 84
Willow Creek, 1 1/2 miles SW of Pierce, has 1,633 acres with a 700-acre lake. Facilities include: 100 camping pads, 84 with 30 amp electrical hookups, 19 with 50 amp electrical hookups. Picnic tables and shelters, fire grates, water, showers, modern restrooms, accessible fishing pier, archery field course, unsupervised swimming, two playgrounds and an 8-mile hiking/horseback trail around the lake. Seven rock jetties provide some fine fishing access.
Scenic Willow Creek State Recreation Area draws its name from the meandering stream that feeds the Elkhorn River in northeast Nebraska. It covers some 1,633 acres, including a 700-acres flood-control reservoir. The area is particularly popular with campers, anglers, picnickers and hunters.
The reservoir accommodates both anglers and boaters. The main body of the lake is open to all boating and to water skiing, while the wooded west end (about half the lake surface) is restricted to 5 mph, wakeless boating.
Parts of the recreation area are open to hunting, in season, beginning the first Tuesday after Labor Day.
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