September 10, 2021
If you’re heading to Husker Harvest Days, why not make it a family vacation? Pack up the camper, kids and grandparents, and head over to Grand Island, Neb., Sept. 14-16, to catch the entire show. And there are plenty of places to rest before the big show.
There are great camping sites available either on the Husker Harvest Days show site or nearby.
There is a space for campers at the north end of the Visitor Parking Lot. It is free; just come and park. However, the show does not provide water or electricity, so campers must be self-contained.
Several campgrounds in and around Grand Island do offer amenities for Husker Harvest Days visitors. Visit the Grand Island and Hall County Visitors Bureau at visitgrandisland.com for a list of campgrounds and hotels.
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