Arthur Bay RV Park at Lake McConaughy

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We are opening May 16th this year and will be open until September 16th for the 2022 season.

Limited number of sites available for the season, don’t delay – reserve now!

Arthur Bay RV park is the ideal location for Lake McConaughy. We have eighteen full electric RV hook-up with water, sewer and Wi-Fi. We are within easy walking distance to the lake right next to the Arthur Bay entrance at Lake McConaughy.

All of our sites include:

  • Electric – 30 and 50 amp hookups
  • Water Hookups
  • Sewer Hookups
  • Vehicle Parking for each site (limited vehicle and watercraft per site)
  • Wi-Fi 

Please Call or Email us today for reservations and information.

Please Note: We do not have Restrooms or Showers on site. RVs must be fully self-contained.

Please NO TENTS allowed on property.

Please NO STAKING into turf.

 

Enjoy Lake McConaughy all summer.

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RV Park Rules

  • Absolutely NO TENTS anywhere on Property
  • Absolutely NO Stakes in Turf
  • Absolutely no types of fires
  • Dogs are welcome, please keep on a leash and please clean up after them.
  • 10% discount for veterans.
  • No climbing on fences or cinder blocks. 
  • Check out is Noon. 
  • We Reserve the right to refuse service to anyone
  • 2 dog maximum per site 
  • Maximum of 4 adults per site OR 2 Adults and 4 children.
  • Limited vehicle and watercraft parking per site.

Violators of the park rules will receive one warning before being asked to leave the RV park with no refunds.

Refund Policy

Customers who chose to leave the park on their own and have already paid will not be refunded.

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About the Lake

Lake McConaughy is Nebraska’s biggest lake and the largest reservoir in a three state region. At full storage, Lake Mac is twenty miles long, four miles wide, and 142 feet deep at the dam. Built on the edge of the Nebraska Sandhills, Lake Mac offers natural white sand beaches, excellent fishing, boating, camping and all types of outdoor recreation. –  Read More at ilovelakemac.com